• • • Past Episodes • • •
Our Body Politic’s weekly episodes feature in-depth conversations about the economy, health, politics, education, the environment, and the most prescient issues – because all issues are women’s issues.
Finding Joy in Wellness and Movement at Every Age
In today’s image-obsessed world, the pressure from celebrities, beauty brands and pop culture toward changing and manipulating one’s body can be overwhelming. How can we cultivate joy and wellness within ourselves and the world of fitness and movement? In this week’s...
A Guest-Host Celebration!
Our Body Politic was founded on a mission to give a platform to and uplift the voices of Black women and women of color. This week, we hand the mic over to three of our guest hosts to showcase the amazing interviews they’ve done. First, Natasha Alford speaks with...
The Complexity of South Asian American Identity
Asian Americans are the fastest-growing racial or ethnic group in the United States. And people of Indian descent make up the largest part of America's South Asian diaspora, which includes Bangladeshi, Nepalis, Pakistanis, Sri Lankans, and people from Bhutan and the...
OBP Rewind: Collective Crises: Infectious Disease and Informed Democracy
This week, we present an Our Body Politic encore: My interview with Steven Thrasher, LGBTQ scholar, journalist, and author of “The Viral Underclass: The Human Toll When Inequality and Diseases Collide.” Thrasher offered insights from his book on how systematic...
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• • • About The Host • • •
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