December 20, 2016

EP. 42 — Queer Black Punk in Appalachia

Growing up as a black woman in rural Appalachia wasn’t easy. She was different, and she was bullied. But punk rock saved her, and helped her form her own identity. Chris interrupts her Snapchatting at the start of the call, which leads to a discussion about their experiences with social media around the election.

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