This week, meet two of the four women who reign over the seasons and ease an old woman’s passing.
Hello, Prose listeners. Because I record as much as a month in advance, I’ve not been able to comment on the calls for justice going on in the US right now. It is most assuredly not my time to speak; therefore, I will post the all too often clipped “I Have a Dream Speech” by Martin Luther King, Junior in its entirety. Thank you to American Rhetoric for ensuring the world continues to have access to this shining example of humanity and a still powerful call for justice, a still necessary call for justice.
Though I’m rather late in doing so because of prerecording a month in advance, I would like to recommend some podcasts by black voices.
Go listen to:
Black On The Air with Larry Wilmore
StarTalk Radio with Neil deGrasse Tyson
Be Heard Talk (formerly Let Your Voice Be Heard! Radio) with Selena Hill
2 Dope Queens with Phoebe Robinson and Jessica Williams
Still Processing with Jenna Wortham and Wesley Morris
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This week, indulge in an extra hour every day when the rest of the world stops and experience the love of a son for his mother in 17th century Japan.