Episode | August 14th, 2018 | Season 4 | 1 hr 25 mins
beyonce, cat cafe, confederate statues, equal pay, equal rights, fish, fitness, jay z, racism, time capsule, unite the right rally, wedding rings, winning, worms
Your favorite podcast about food with a side of social justice is back this week to talk about food with a side of social justice! Hey, look. I write these episode descriptions every week. If you're already listening, you know what's coming. And if you aren't, I would like to invite you to begin at the beginning of this episode description and read it again. And then listen to the episode. And then go back and listen to the very first episode. And so on and so forth, ad infinitum.
Episode | July 24th, 2018 | Season 4 | 1 hr 46 mins
abney law office, attorney, buffy the vampire slayer, civil rights, death, dreams, equal rights, ghosts, heaven, jurors, jury duty, lawyer, nachos, prejudice, ride along, riley, taco bell
This week on the Queencast:
Ride along with Soha and Michael on an 11 pm run for the border, followed by a late night podcast recording sesh wherein you will learn that Michael has gone to heaven and that Soha had an important and victorious week! Also included is some in-depth conversation about juries and attorneying, and also some Buffy the Vampire Slayer!
This week, we ask our first Question of the Week:
What do you think Heaven is? Let us know!
Episode | January 23rd, 2018 | Season 2 | 58 mins 12 secs
4 year olds, aziz ansari, child abuse, chris brown, david and louise turpin, daylight, equal rights, exercise, instagram, models, nice weather, products, r. kelly, sexual assault, skipping, unrealistic beauty standards
In this allegedly exciting episode of the Queencast: Debra, Soha, and Michael discuss the terrible story of the parents who held their children captive, the terrible story of the president who never exercised, and the terrible story of Aziz Ansari and the world that has always been a terrible place for women and people of color. We also talk about advertising, and whether or not photos should be retouched in order to sell products. Can there be a happy ending to it all? Allegedly...no.