June 8, 2020

EP. 218 — A Black Woman in America

A caller navigates life as a black woman in America during a historic week of BLM protests. She and Geth also talk about microaggressions, the problem with “all lives matter,” and her mother’s death.


[00:00:05] CHRIS: Hello to everybody who’s stressed and scared and exhausted, a.k.a. everybody. It’s Beautiful Anonymous. One hour, one phone call, no names, no holds barred.    [00:00:05] THEME MUSIC: I’d rather go one-on-one. I think it’ll be more fun and I’ll get to know you and you’ll get to know me.   [00:00:30] CHRIS: The dam has officially broken in America here, huh? What a really, truly just emotional week. If you’re, if you’re listening to this in June of 2020, you know we are in the thick of it when this comes out. You’ve seen the videos of horrific incidents, you’ve seen protests, you’ve seen protests breaking down and police tear gassing protesters, attacking protesters, tackling them in the streets. You’ve heard our president saying protesters are terrorists and threatening military in the streets. It’s a really insane time in America. We took last week off. We did that in solidarity

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