This one’s for the punks, poets, radicals, and outliers. We hear four stories about what life is like as an outsider, from tattoo artists confronting invisible disabilities to poet Hanif Willis-Abdurraqib on being a person of color in the punk scene. Plus, we hear from comics artist MariNaomi about her new memoir Turning Japanese and feature an investigation into gender discrimination in college sports by Reveal from the Center for Investigative Reporting and PRX.
INK VISIBLE TATTOO ARTISTS:
INTERVIEW WITH HANIF:
A MAN'S GAME: INSIDE THE INEQUALITY THAT PLAGUES WOMEN'S COLLEGE SPORTS
INTERVIEW WITH MARINAOMI:
• If you're interested in the intersection of disabilities and tattoo culture, check out the Ink Visible project featured on this show.
• Huge thanks to the team at Reveal for letting us feature their Title IX investigation on this episode. Read their full investigation here.