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Archive for April 2019

EPISODE 1.10 Denise Muha: Always Tell the Truth on the Hill

Congress people and staff rely on Denise as one of the most knowledgeable influencers in affordable housing.  As Executive Director of the National Leased Housing Association in Washington DC, she credits her mentors for giving her an opportunity to gain credibility in the housing world.  She gives advice as to how to work with Congress…

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EPISODE 1.09 Shaune Arnold: I Divorced my Parents at 14

Shaune describes her emotional escape from an abusive household into the foster care system. Through her parents’ abandonment of her through her experiences in various foster homes, one in which the girls all ganged up on her, she tells a mesmerizing story. Through sheer grit and determination, she graduated from Hastings Law School.  She eventually…

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EPISODE 1.06 Beth Cole Part 2: Luck Affects Destiny

Nan and Beth discuss the advent of birth control and the impact on women’s ability to work and how television reinforced the many rules imposed on the role of women. Beth tells about how she coped with her divorce. Beth’s role at National Public Radio reflected the changes of the role of women in the…

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EPISODE 1.04 Nan and DeeDee: Laws Don’t Change Attitudes Overnight

DeeDee and Nan talk about their relationship which began over 40 years ago and why this podcasting project is important to both of them in providing a forum for inspiring stories of women of all races and cultures. They show a path for younger women to understand how to deal with struggles and adversity. DeeDee…

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