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Year 3 Ep. 8: We Need New Stories

We’re back! After the holiday off we have a special episode featuring cultural activist, performer, and producer Claudia Alick! What can we say about the modern myths and legends that we have today? Our stories have an effect on our world, so what do they try to teach us?

To learn more about Claudia’s work you can visit: claudiaalick.com and callingupjustice.com

Plus you can follow Claudia on pretty much everything!

Twitter: @claudiaalick
Facebook: fb.com/claudiaalick
Insta: @claudiaalick

If you want to know more about the Watch Night for Black Lives go here: https://callingupjustice.com/watchnight


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Our theme song “Katamaritaino (Katamari Damacy)”, is by The OneUps! You can purchase it here: https://theoneups.bandcamp.com/track/katamaritaino-katamari-damacy

The mid-show music is “You’re In Valley Town (Animal Crossing)” by Dale North & Mustin, is from the album More Than Mario, which you can purchase here: http://smarturl.it/dnmmario

Find more of Mustin’s work at store.mustinenterprises.com

Follow Nicole on Twitter: @Jackof3Trades

Follow Janra on Twitter: @PressStartLock

Thanks to Von Sarah and Moosh (https://bit.ly/2Oa0U02) for our wonderful art!

This podcast is a member of the Planetside Podcast Network. Visit Planetsidepodcasts.com to find other Planetside Productions!

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