On this episode we sit down with Angelique and Jasmine Gordon. They're sisters and the owners of A'la Mode, a women's boutique and clothing store in downtown Salt Lake City, Utah.
They share their experiences growing up black in Utah, a predominately white state, and the realities of racism in today's world.
They're open, honest, and genuine. Enjoy!
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We pause momentarily this week and simply laugh during this episode for a change.
We bounce from topic to topic and rabbit hole to rabbit hole.
From renting porn in the 90's, to the origins of dildos, to flash memories, and beyond.
We're high on life and possibly a bit more. Enjoy!
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We continue the discussion on racism and what we can do to help the world change.
Craig also draws from his time as a police officer to discuss some of the issues with the police and what can be done to fix it.
It's time for sweeping change in law enforcement and time for officers to start thinking outside of the blue box.
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We discuss the murder of George Floyd and subsequent protests that are occurring across the globe.
We also discuss what we'll be doing on the podcast moving forward, in an effort to help.
Craig breaks down the ongoing struggles he's having trying to raise their 14 year old son. This brings up a ton of difficult issues surrounding men, fathers, love, and everything in between.
Steph also catches us up on how she's feeling after coming out on last weeks episode. Enjoy!