Audre Lorde was a self-described “Black, lesbian, feminist, mother, poet warrior.” She became known for her passionate writings on lesbian feminism and racial issues. As a black, gay woman, Audre identified with multiple minority groups, but she refused to be defined by any single aspect of her identity.

 

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Ep27 – Bayard Rustin

Ep14 – Frida Kahlo & Diego Rivera

 

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Sarah Duncan is a lean manufacturing coach for a pharmaceutical company. Her ADD combined with excessive creative energy have led to many outlandish pursuits and activities over the years, including 20+ years as a dancer and choreographer, a brief stint competing in sprint triathlons, and performing in the Raleigh musical theater scene. For years, Sarah has been fascinated with how romance and passion have frequently changed the course of history. Salacious History evolved out of Sarah’s love of history, pop culture, and podcasting.

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