EP 105: Labor organizing with witches


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Witch Month is here! All this month, we are talking with witches and bringing you our conversations. In this episode, we talk with Casey Wait about their path to being a witch, how religion played a role in their transformation, and why it is important for witches to come together and organize for fair labor practices. Casey Wait is a genderqueer witch/intuitive, tarot reader, artist, maker, writer, lover of history, proud socialist Flower Person living in occupied Abenaki/Pocumtuk territory, also known as Southern Vermont. Happy Witch Month everyone. Time Stamps 00:00-6:00 chit-chat 6:11-end interview *** Original music for FKJ PhD by Emily Jane Powers. For more information on her work, visit emilyjanepowers.com *** Subscribe on iTunes & leave a review. Follow us on the Gram, Facebook, and Twitter. Check out our Feminist Killjoys, PhD Mixtape on the Fy. Have some extra dollars and want to support feminist media-makers? Consider donating to our Patreon or as a one-time thing at our website. All Patreons receive our FKJ, PHD newsletter and stickers. So become a Patreon today! *insert jingle music here* You can also email us at fkj.phd@gmail.com. <3

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