Women Sports Film Podcast
The Women Sports Film Podcast features in-depth conversations with filmmakers and athletes working at the intersection of women’s sport, film, and activism.
An audio story about why a new bar in the mission means so much to San Francisco’s lesbian community.
Crime Against Nature: The 1805 Law Still Haunting Louisiana
Louisiana’s 1805 Crime Against Nature law continues to harm the LGBTQ+ community in the state.
Road Trip: A Journey Through Family History
In this story, two sisters take a road trip through the US South to learn more about their family history. They visit the slavery legacy museum and lynching memorial that opened last year in Montgomery, Alabama and take a trip over the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma. After that, the sisters head East to Savannah, Georgia where they meet their late father’s family and learn about their lineage.
This audio story takes you to Berkeley’s first kava bar where one of the kava-tenders explains (and demonstrates) the effects of kava.