March 6, 2021
Winter 2021 Podcast Certificate Program Showcase
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Join us for a showcase of our Winter 2021 Podcast Certificate Program Cohort.


Join us for a showcase of our Winter 2021 Podcast Certificate Program Cohort. Cohort participants will share their work and there will be a chance for Q&A. Attendees of the showcase will listen to the work ahead of the Q&A and will be provided a link upon RSVP. We hope to have you there as we celebrate this cohort's amazing work!

Cohort Participants Presenting Including:


Maggie Robinson Katz

Title: The Mermaid of Weeki Wachee 

One Liner:  Mermaids do exist! And you can easily find them across the street from a Motel 6 in, where else? Florida. And one weekend with them may just change your life.


Ali Cotterill


One Liner: This piece is the story of two childhood friends from summer camp who came out as queer during their junior year of high school in the 90s, told through letters they wrote to each other in code.


Fernanda Uriegas

Title: Goddess Talia 

One Liner: This piece challenges the misconceptions we have about what a dominatrix does and what her relationship with clients is like


Julia Lindon


One Liner: Julia sets out to reconnect with a piece of her childhood she has tried to forget, her dyslexia.


Danya AbdelHameid

Title: An Asset and A Liability 

Description: In 2005, only four years after Danya AbdelHameid’s family immigrated to this country, Danya dressed up as a colonist as part of her school’s Colonial Day celebration. Here, she looks back on a photo from that day, and questions how this telling of America’s origin story has shaped her.


Kristen Browne

Title: Feeling Through Mama Drama

One Liner: Kristen turns to Somatics in an attempt to improve her relationship with her mom.


Tonya McCornell

Title: The Aftermath of Suicide

One Liner: After her son’s suicide, a mother details the grief and agony she’s experienced since his loss, including the heartbreaking moment she said goodbye to her son at the morgue.


Sue Ariza


One Liner: This piece is a small window into a subculture – New York’s art scene – told through the lens of two Dominican Afro-Caribbean men; Bony Ramirez a new up-and-coming artist and Danny Báez a more established figure in the art world.


Janicia Francis

Title: The Caucasity with Janicia

One Liner: Janicia explores the audacious toxic whiteness of the January 6th attacks at The Capital and why white supremacy is not funny… it’s hilarious.


Christina Wisboro


One Liner: This piece explores the dynamics of intergenerational trauma through the lens of a father and daughter reconciliation.


Alexander Wolfe


One LIner: Carol Kessler, is an active volunteer at 911 Parrot Alert, an organization dedicated to finding lost found and stolen birds worldwide. In this story, she recounts her attempt to rescue Abbey the Timneh on a blistering summer day at Mount Diablo State Park.


David Brown


One Liner: When an open letter on racism in music studies goes viral, it invokes anger and hope as ethnomusicologists assess the discipline’s gatekeepers and the pain of colonization through art.


Date & Time

Saturday, March 6, 2021
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM EST

Reserve Deadline: March 6, 2021 @ 12:00 AM


Virtual Online

RSVP Instructions

ZOOM Link can be found in confirmation email and will be resent the day of the event. Links to listen to podcast clips will be sent in the days prior to the event.

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