Venus X is a Ecuadorian/Dominican DJ, Producer, Fashion Designer, Gardener and Activist by way of Washington Heights. In this inspired conversation with Aminata Sall, one of our WGRL/Nessa program interns, Venus X talks on the power of community building and staying true to self and to the people. An inspiring and uplifting listen for all!Read More
Activism and citizen journalism by our Girls Club members.
During our trip to Montgomery, Alabama earlier this year we got a special treat when we stopped by the roadside restaurant Martha’s Place. The owner, author and chef, Martha Hawkins, opened up to us about marching with Dr. King, her personal struggles and her ultimate triumph starting her own restaurant. We had a great interview…Read More
Music is a great way to relieve stress and since National Record Store Day is right around the corner on April 13th, we decided to find out all about this Holiday. What is a record? Why are records so cool they deserve a Holiday? Do people actually listen to records in 2019? Tune in to…Read More
We were so excited to interview Ralph from the Good Dog Foundation to talk about all the benefits of therapy dogs. Since Ralph is a dog his owner Anne Cohen did most of the talking. 🙂 As the largest certifying animal-assisted therapy organization on the East Coast of the United States, Good Dog currently operates…Read More
This Fall we had the unique opportunity to sit down with doctors at New York’s Bellevue Hospital, the oldest public hospital in the United States! It was a fascinating interview and a must-listen for anyone interested in the field! We appreciated the honest and direct conversation about the field of medicine, and we learned some…Read More
It was amazing to meet the women and teens of Chicago’s HerStory and learn about what they do, the challenges teens face there and the work they are undertaking in the neighborhoods. We hope to one day visit them in person and see first hand the incredible difference young girls are making in their community!…Read More
Join us for a super creepsville field trip to New York City’s oldest oddity emporium located in a former funeral parlor! Obscura Oddities and Antiques was equal parts fascinating and horrifying! They carry medical, scientific, natural history, fraternal, circus/sideshow, and all things unusual. The shop had it’s own successful series on the Discovery/Science channel for…Read More