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Sep 28, 2017

Sara Innamorato, owner of Innamo Co. is the cofounder of She Runs Southwestern Pa., one of many organizations focused on getting more women to run for office.  Pennsylvania ranks 40th when it comes to female representation in government.

She talked to us about why she decided to run for office.; she says both the results of the 2016 election and her father's struggle with opioid addiction are big motivators. Innamorato wants people to feel more connected to their elected officials, to know that someone is listening to their concerns.

Sep 20, 2017
  Sarika Goulatia is a sculptor/installation artist who comes to Pittsburgh by way of Gorakhpur, India. She has a Bachelors and Masters degree in textiles at the National Institute of Fashion Technology in India and a BFA from the School of Art at Carnegie Mellon University. She spoke with the Broadcast Podcast about what inspires her work and her thoughts on cultural assumptions and appropriation. Check out her work at her website.
Sep 14, 2017
Joy KMT is founder of the Tabernacle of Immaculate Perception, a performing and healing arts group for women of color. She is also co-founder of Ujamaa Collective, an organization dedicated to economic justice for women of African descent. Joy is a healer, artist, activist, lover and mother, and is a Macdowell Fellow and recipient of the Heinz Fellowship. She spoke with us about the ongoing challenges of healing race relations in Pittsburgh and across the country.  Find her writing at www.joykmt.com
Sep 6, 2017
Shahira Wahba is an event designer for Luxe Creative, and helps people create the special events they're envisioning for important occasions. The Toronto native talked about how she came to Pittsburgh via Punxsutawney and even offered suggestions for sprucing up the annual Groundhog Day shindig.
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