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Ep. 173 - Creating An Allyship + Feminism for All with Rachel Cargle

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Today we are joined by Rachel Cargle; activist, writer, and lecturer. Her activist and academic works are rooted in providing intellectual discourse, tools, and resources that explore the intersection of race and womanhood. Rachel also created an organization called The Loveland Group, which houses multiple companies dedicated to lifelong culture, learning, and opportunity. Rachel was in town from NYC, so the girls hopped on the opportunity to spend time with Rachel in person. She is leading the movement on some incredibly issues plaguing our society. In today’s episode, we talk about what it was like for Rachel growing up in a predominantly white community, socioeconomic differences between races, and using her platform to create accessible educational lectures. Rachel shares her view on the feminist movement, how the health and wellness space reacts to her, and the way that the welfare system works. We hope this conversation inspires you to have conversations within your community, friend groups, and families—conversations that might not be comfortable but conversations that could, ultimately, change history.

We also talk about…

  • Deciding to start teaching what she was learning
  • Her college experience
  • Where to start in order to make a difference
  • Social media posting being taken down
  • Rachel answers questions from Almost 30 Nation
  • Example of modern day colonization
  • What Rachel is excited about

Find more to love at almost30podcast.com!

Resources:

Upcoming:

  • College Tour: Email events@almost30podcast.com
  • Help us create a video! Call our hotline: 1-424-272-1853

Sponsors:

The Almost 30 Podcast is edited by Podcast Masters

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Today we are joined by Rachel Cargle; activist, writer, and lecturer. Her activist and academic works are rooted in providing intellectual discourse, tools, and resources that explore the intersection of race and womanhood. Rachel also created an organization called The Loveland Group, which houses multiple companies dedicated to lifelong culture, learning, and opportunity. Rachel was in town from NYC, so the girls hopped on the opportunity to spend time with Rachel in person. She is leading the movement on some incredibly issues plaguing our society. In today’s episode, we talk about what it was like for Rachel growing up in a predominantly white community, socioeconomic differences between races, and using her platform to create accessible educational lectures. Rachel shares her view on the feminist movement, how the health and wellness space reacts to her, and the way that the welfare system works. We hope this conversation inspires you to have conversations within your community, friend groups, and families—conversations that might not be comfortable but conversations that could, ultimately, change history.

We also talk about…

  • Deciding to start teaching what she was learning
  • Her college experience
  • Where to start in order to make a difference
  • Social media posting being taken down
  • Rachel answers questions from Almost 30 Nation
  • Example of modern day colonization
  • What Rachel is excited about

Find more to love at almost30podcast.com!

Resources:

Upcoming:

  • College Tour: Email events@almost30podcast.com
  • Help us create a video! Call our hotline: 1-424-272-1853

Sponsors:

The Almost 30 Podcast is edited by Podcast Masters

This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Chartable - https://chartable.com/privacy Chartable - https://chartable.com/privacy Podsights - https://podsights.com/privacy

Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

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