Aisha Bakri Gombi was once a hunter of antelope. Now she hunts terrorists.Read more "The “Queen-Hunter” of Boko Haram"
I am the daughter of lady liberty and lady justice, of blood soaked earth and shackles for these things in our country have come hand in hand.Read more "A letter for America"
I started shooting because I didn’t know what else to do.
I started really as a kid, with disposable cameras. Then those little square digital cameras, then a 90s minolta I didn’t understand.Read more "Captivating Photos Show Life in all its Humanity"
Ida B Wells used her words to rock the boat and write about the horror that was happening in the south. As an educated black woman, she saw first hand the extreme injustice in the south and spoke against it. The world isn’t always sunshine and rainbows, but somehow this episode contains a message about the power of standing up for what’s right. As a warning to listeners, this episode contains graphic descriptions of racial atrocities.Read more "Episode 104-Ida B Wells (plus Shownotes!)"
After recording the fourth episode of the podcast my dad, who for those who don’t know is my co-host on the show, told me that he had never before, on any of his recordings that he’s done on Cloud TNT or Herstory 101, felt as close to crying. I understood the feeling as the content of that […]Read more "Erasing History"
Rome got more than they bargained for when they crossed this fiery tempered Iceni queen.Read more "Episode 103-Boudica (plus Shownotes!)"
When Newsha Tavakolian arrived in the Colombian jungle to document the female guerrillas of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, she knew she would witness history.Read more "Beautiful Photo Essay Highlights the Life of FARC Fighters after Conflict has Ended"