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Hot Tea: Bill Cosby Conviction

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April 29, 2018

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Imara takes on the harsh reality behind Bill Cosby’s amiable facade.

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Recovery & Accountability After Sexual Assault

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April 29, 2018

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Aishah Shahidah Simmons of #LoveWithAccountability talks with us about how women can heal after sexual assault through radical love and holding communities accountable.

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Syria, Earth Day and “Scandal”

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April 22, 2018

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This week on The Last Sip, Imara talks Syria, Trump legal woes, climate change’s impact on communities of color, and the end of “Scandal.”

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Hot Tea: Janelle Monet’s “PYNK”

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April 15, 2018

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Janelle Monet strikes a blow against misogyny with “PYNK” by encouraging women to let all of themselves just hang out.

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Marielle Franco Update: Web Extra

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April 15, 2018

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Glenn Greenwald of The Intercept and Professor Erica Williams of Spelman College discuss the latest on the assassination of Brazilian Councillor Marielle Franco and it’s importance for women of color around the world.

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Owning Your Own Labor

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April 15, 2018

273

Learn how Damayan, an organization who helps trafficked women break free, helps their members own their own labor through a workers cooperative.

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Tax Day and the Racial Wealth Gap

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April 15, 2018

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The tax code exacerbates longstanding racial inequities. Alexandra Bastien of the think-tank PolicyLink breaks down how and what can be done about it.

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Paul Ryan’s Legacy for Marginalized Communities

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April 15, 2018

230

Former Obama aide and Founder of Common Thread Strategies discusses what Paul Ryan’s Speakership has meant for communities of color, those struggling economically and what it all means for the future.

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Episode One: 4/15/18

thelastsipadmin

April 15, 2018

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In the first episode The Last Sip will tackle what Paul Ryan’s resignation means for historically marginalized communities, the racial wealth gap, worker cooperative as a solution, an update on the death of Marielle Franco and Janelle Monae’s new v

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Recovery & Accountability After Sexual Assault

thelastsipadmin

April 15, 2018

254

Aishah Shahidah Simmons of #LoveWithAccountability talks with us about how women can heal after sexual assault through radical love and holding communities accountable.

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imara jones imara jones Watch Video
Syria, Earth Day and “Scandal”

thelastsipadmin

April 15, 2018

277

This week on The Last Sip, Imara talks Syria, Trump legal woes, climate change’s impact on communities of color, and the end of “Scandal.”

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Hot Tea: Janelle Monet’s “PYNK”

thelastsipadmin

April 15, 2018

310

Janelle Monet strikes a blow against misogyny with “PYNK” by encouraging women to let all of themselves just hang out.

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Marielle Franco Update: Web Extra

thelastsipadmin

April 15, 2018

254

Glenn Greenwald of The Intercept and Professor Erica Williams of Spelman College discuss the latest on the assassination of Brazilian Councillor Marielle Franco and it’s importance for women of color around the world.

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Owning Your Own Labor

thelastsipadmin

April 15, 2018

273

Learn how Damayan, an organization who helps trafficked women break free, helps their members own their own labor through a workers cooperative.

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1
Tax Day and the Racial Wealth Gap

thelastsipadmin

April 15, 2018

231

The tax code exacerbates longstanding racial inequities. Alexandra Bastien of the think-tank PolicyLink breaks down how and what can be done about it.

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1
Paul Ryan’s Legacy for Marginalized Communities

thelastsipadmin

April 15, 2018

230

Former Obama aide and Founder of Common Thread Strategies discusses what Paul Ryan’s Speakership has meant for communities of color, those struggling economically and what it all means for the future.

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The Last Sip: Episode 1 The Last Sip: Episode 1 Watch Video
1
Episode One: 4/15/18

thelastsipadmin

April 15, 2018

477

In the first episode The Last Sip will tackle what Paul Ryan’s resignation means for historically marginalized communities, the racial wealth gap, worker cooperative as a solution, an update on the death of Marielle Franco and Janelle Monae’s new v

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