We talked to X Gonzalez who led the March For Our lives movement and was a survivor of the horrific Stoneman Douglas High School shooting. She touched on the struggles of being an activist, choosing what issue to care bout, and being non-binary. This is a great conversation for anyone who wants to find the courage to speak out against the issues close to them.
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Our conversation about friends leaving for college and the bittersweetness of it quickly turned emotional as we discovered a bigger subconscious factor that was causing both relief and anxiety. We hope you can feel comforted by this episode, especially if you’re a first-generation...
It’s been a couple of weeks since everyone moved out to college so we sat down to talk about getting homesick and feeling out of place in a non-diverse
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Here's one of the conversations we had live on Spotify Greenroom about everyone's experience after the first few days of college. We talk about having a new routine, getting used to not being home, and what we'll miss. Enjoy!
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