June 29, 2020

EP. 221 — Mexican American Iowan

A recent high school graduate grapples with her dream of becoming a journalist and taking care of her brothers. She and Geth also discuss growing up in Iowa and her experience being sued for calling out a white woman’s racism.


[00:00:05] CHRIS: Hello to everybody who freaks out the principal, It’s Beautiful Anonymous. One hour, one phone call, no names, no holds barred.    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…   [00:00:29] CHRIS: Hi everybody, Chris Gethard here, welcome to Beautiful Anonymous. So sincerely hope everybody’s doing as well as possible in these uncertain times. This show, if you’re listening for the first time, is a show where we do phone calls, we use phone calls. Remember those? And what we do is we let people tell us about their lives and where they’re at right now, where they’re at historically, weird stories from their past or hopes from their future. We don’t edit it and let them say it in their own words. It’s what we do around here. And this week’s episode, I think is very much that, this caller gave me a lot of hope for a lot

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