“The Monthiest Month” of October continues, and The Leftscape is on the case. Though the news has been all Kavanaugh all the time, Wendy Sheridan, Robin Renée, and Mary McGinley find a little lightness … Continue reading The Leftscape Podcast: ‘The Stirred Up Demons (Episode 19)’
The Leftscape is known for dealing with some challenging issues from time to time, but this is the first episode that has been given an official heads up.
The Leftscape interview honors Bisexual Awareness Week and Bi Visibility Month with a conversation with social activist, writer, artist, and secular minister Cedric Maurice.
Ahoy ye landlubbers! An’ has Th’ Leftscape ever got a show fer ye! Lend us yer ears as Dread Pirate Wendy, Bloody Mary, an’ Robin El Terrible tell ye a tale. . .
This week, The Leftscape takes an unexpected vacation from political news to catch up on a personal update as Mary McGinley, Wendy Sheridan, and Robin Renée talk about Mary’s Labor Day Weekend mishap.
This week on The Leftscape, Mary McGinley sits down with her good friend and fellow activist Peggy Farrelly, Program Director of the Psychology and Counseling Department at Seton Hall and the President of … Continue reading The Leftscape Podcast: ‘NOW and the Future (Episode 14)’
The Leftscape is back after a week away, which allowed time for Wendy Sheridan to attend WorldCon 76 in San Jose, CA.
Can feminists of differing ages and cultures understand one another? Where are the disconnects? What can we learn from each other? Who tends to shy away from identifying with the “f” word, and who embraces it?
Despite the audio issues that gave Robin Renée and Mary McGinley a bit of an echo effect, this episode of The Leftscape is well worth an attentive listen.
Mary McGinley, Wendy Sheridan, and Robin Renée often record The Leftscape remotely, but this week they were happy to be back in the same room to record live from Chez Wendy!
With credit due to Joni Mitchell for the lyric “captive on a carousel of time” from “The Circle Game,” the title of this episode refers to two topics that come up in conversation
As uncool as it is when cell phones are the instruments used to call the authorities on unsuspecting black people generally existing in public, it is at least a bit of a consolation prize that lately they are also being used to record these altercations for the world to see.