181: Walking Through the Intersection of Love and Hate with Malynda Hale

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In this episode of Change It Up Radio, Malynda Hale joins me to talk about intersectionality in activism and the parallels between anti-Blackness and antisemitism.

My guest today, Malynda Hale, uses her voice through her music and social media presence as an educating activist to effect change within social justice, female empowerment, LGBTQ+ rights, veganism, the Black Lives Matter movement, and Progressive Christianity.

She joins me today to talk about intersectionality in activism and explains why this particular approach helps to ensure that no one gets left behind in the fight for justice and equality. The reality is that each person has their own unique experiences of oppression and discrimination, and it's important that we consider all factors that can be used to marginalize people, including gender, race, class, sexual orientation, etc.

We also discuss progressive Christianity and social justice, the parallels between anti-Blackness and antisemitism, and using social media for change. Malynda shares the importance of broadening our horizons, educating ourselves, and getting outside of our comfort zones in order to create real change in the fight against oppression. Her motto is that everything begins with a conversation.

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