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New podcast Zora's Daughters focuses on Black feminist anthropology

17 September 2020
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Small Axe editorial assistant Alyssa A.L. James and Brendane Tynes co-host Zora's Daughters, a bi-weekly podcast that uses Black feminist anthropology to think through race, politics, and popular culture. Together, they theorize social issues in a way that is accessible and entertaining, with a syllabus for each episode. Episodes are available on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, and more. Follow them on Twitter and Instagram for updates.

Listen to "There's Some Anthros in This House" where they discuss Carolyn Cooper's "Lady Saw Cuts Loose: Female Fertility Rituals in the Dancehall":