Three generations of Baltimore women share perspectives on the significance of today’s protests and reflect on what’s changed—and what hasn’t—in 50 years.
Amy Costello#ListenToBlackWomen: In our latest podcast, 3 generations of Black women in #Baltimore share their perspectives on the significance of #protests2020 and reflect on what’s changed—and what hasn’t— in the past 50 years.
Amy Costello18-year-old Jada Johnson tells us she joined #BlackLivesMatter #protests because "the country does not like me." In our latest podcast, 3 generations of Black women explain why Jada feels like this, and what they’re doing to change it.
“I never was good at asking for help,” Chiquita Paschal admits. But, after she fractured her fibula while on a Memorial Day trip, she struggled as the financial pressures began to add up. A friend finally talked her into setting up a GoFundMe...
The world of art museum curation remains heavily white-dominated even as the nation becomes increasingly diverse. In this podcast, NPQ’s Amy Costello interviews three women of color working in the art world to identify what can be done to change...
Amy CostelloPublic school teachers like @AnnieTangent are unhappy that @NYGovCuomo and @BillGates are partnering to "reimagine education." Listen to how their grievances fit into the decades-long resistance movement to protect public education.
With nursing homes leading as COVID-19 hotspots, nurses speak to us about unsafe working conditions and reject the notion that they are “heroes.”
Amy Costello"I would like everyone to know that #Covid_19 is real. No one's making up numbers. No one's making up what's going on at the hospitals."
On our latest #podcast, #ImmigrantHealthHeroes describe their difficult work on the front lines.
Amy Costello"I don't feel like a hero." This #InternationalNursesDay, #listen as nurses inside hospitals and nursing homes speak to us about unsafe working conditions and share their anxiety and grief about caring in the time of #Covid_19.
Amy CostelloOn #InternationalNursesDay2020, we thank the #Heroes working hard on the #Covid_19 front lines. But, in our latest #podcast, a nurse tells us "People use that word too casually." #Listen to why she rejects the label.