This week, Dahlia and Amy are talking about climate change. Climate science consistently shows we must curb our greenhouse gas emissions ASAP in order to stop the exponential damage to the environment, which will most likely create global climate devastation by 2050. Though we can live more conscientiously, it’s also up to governmental bodies to set policies and regulations that can create larger change. The fight against climate change can feel hopeless, but at least we’re in this together. June is Pride month and in Amy vs. Dahlia, they discuss the worst co-opting of the celebration: Is it the upcoming Straight Pride parade or how brands are unabashedly performing allyship to sell you shit? Text “pride” to 503-855-6485 share your feelings!
Ava Duvernay’s Netflix series, When They See Us, is a powerful dramatization of the infamous ’80s case and trial against five young men of color. A must-watch to see how the judicial system was never meant to be fair to folks from marginalized communities.
How to do Nothing: Resisting the Attention Economy by Jenny Odell asks a vital question: When every second of our time is bought and sold as a commodity, could doing nothing be an important form of political resistance?
Sunny War’s track, “Shell,” is pared down and beautiful. Her latest full-length album, Shell of a Girl, comes out in August.
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