If Boal were alive today, and had the opportunity to engage police and their respective communities with Theater of the Oppressed, what would happen? Intervention-Based Theater expert, and beer cicerone, Michael Agnew, explains everything from his time teaching theater in prisons, to hosting national beer fests as a tasting judge.
"Two teachers and a paraprofessional walk into a bar..." is not the title of this podcast episode, however it could have easily been. Here, we explore the question of why teachers quit, and ask you, the listener, if there is a better way of phrasing the question as we navigate the stories of two teachers tested by school systems and the bureaucracy of education.
Which cast was more socially conscious: Roseanne, Full House, or Step by Step? Also, would white people show up for a Black Pride festival as much as they do an LGBTQ+ Pride Festival? We have the answers.
A coffee shop, local to Joetta and Toussaint, follows suit in calling cops on black customers, and the duo answers a 3-part question on IUDs, which inversely leads to birth control schooling for Toussaint.
Joetta & Toussaint talk about sex, studies done on the average duration of sex, sense of smell while on hormonal birth control, and oh- yeah, they talk about a black cop being arrested by white cops, while on the job.