Inside 254 Presents: A Collaborative Roundtable Discussion with Raging Chicken Out d’Coup Podast on Sexual Misconduct in PA Capitol; Believing Women; and How to Fight Inequity in our Power Structures

December 22, 2017

In this special end of 2017 episode, we share our very first collaborative podcast roundtable with our friends, Kevin Mahoney and Sean Kitchen, over at Raging Chicken Radio's Out d'Coup Podcast. Our passionate discussion covers recent allegations of sexual misconduct in Pennsylvania state government and the need to hold the PA Democratic Party accountable for its role in perpetuating a culture of repressive sexism. We also delve into inequitable power structures and why it is necessary to flip the script and start believing women who are speaking out about sexual harassment, sexual assault, and toxic sexist culture. We end our discussion on note of hope and a list of women candidates running for office in 2018 and what you can do to fight unbalanced power structures in your own life and networks.

Be sure to check out Raging Chicken's Out d'Coup podcast and consider donating to support their important, independent, progressive work in Pennsylvania. These structures don't change themselves, so we are all in this together!

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Inside 254 Presents: Essential Activist Actions for 2018

December 18, 2017

Dearest listeners, if you are like us, you are pissed off. Almost every day now since last November. So instead of wallowing in our rage, reminisce with us about a few of our favorite Activist Actions that are essential for 2018. Please listen and share this episode with your equally pissed off friends. Every one of us can take small, manageable actions in order to change ourselves, our communities, and our nation into a better place for all. All it takes is one Activist Action. You can do this. Let this episode be a good reminder that you are not alone and you are not powerless in this infuriating daily reality that we find ourselves in. Thank you for listening and for taking action with us in 2018.

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Expert Extra #13: Jennifer O’Mara, Candidate for Pennsylvania State Rep District 165

November 17, 2017

This week's Expert Extra features Jennifer O'Mara, candidate for Pennsylvania State Representative (District 165). Jen was one of many women around the country who heard the activist call of the Women's March and responded by deciding to run for office. Colleen interviews Jen and Jen's husband, Brad, by phone, and they dig deep into why Jen decided to run, how Brad is helping her, and the latest updates on her campaign. Inside 254 will check in with Jen several more times as the 2018 campaign heats up. Learn how you can help women candidates in your area, and how you can help Jen's effort to Flip the 165th in Pennsylvania!

Empower yourself by joining our community and feel less alone in this topsy-turvy time. Share this episode with your social media networks and ask others to listen and join this fight (we are also on iTunes, Stitcher, TuneIn, and Google Play Music). We are in this together.

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Ep 24 Growth

November 10, 2017

In Episode 24, we discuss the idea of growth and speculate about what might happen if we focused less on economic and population (growth) and more on quality over quantity, time, satisfaction, and knowledge (growth). In the Trumpster Fire, we discuss Trump weeds (tweets). Our newest segment, Fierce Woman Warrior, is a brief profile on an amazing woman who is actively working to change her community. Our first Fierce Woman Warrior is Amy McGrath. Our Media Minute encourages you to read Hillary Clinton's book What Happened, and our Activist Action asks you to grow your knowledge about Native peoples past and present by exploring the NMAI's new Native Knowledge 360 project. Empower yourself by joining our community and feel less alone in this topsy-turvy time. Share this episode with your social media networks and ask others to listen and join this fight (we are also on iTunes, Stitcher, TuneIn, and Google Play Music). We are in this together.

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Ep 6 KU Political Boot Camp Round-Up

March 3, 2017

Episode Six features a roundtable discussion with several Kutztown University students about what the important takeaways were from our Political Boot Camp on campus, a Trumpster fire how Trump's tweets are an example of what not to do when writing, as well as our usual Media Minute and Activist Actions. Please listen and share our podcast with your like-minded friends. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and on our web site where we post links and additional information from the current episode. Thank you for listening!

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