The Non-Prophets 20-11 2021-03-10 Jena Miyu, Cynthia McDonald, Neil the 604 Atheist, Outcast X


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A constructive panel discussion of episode 20.11 of The Non-Prophets airing March 14th with Jena Miyu, Cynthia McDonald, Neil The 604 Atheist and welcoming back our guest host X from Utah Outcast. This episode focuses on various international issues starting with the “worth” of managing a home and addressing the problem of period poverty. In our “Strange But True” segment, a woman claims a miracle birth and a deeper dive into the issue with miracle claims. Since March is Women’s History Month, we end with highlighting contributions of women throughout our history. A Woman’s “Worth” The Guardian, Feb 24, 2021: By Helen Davidson Woman awarded $7,700 for five years of housework in China divorce ruling Hindustan Times, Feb 6,2021: By Soumya Kapoor Mehta and Sona Mitra Recognising housework: Is paying the only way? Addressing Period Poverty NPR, Feb 18, 2021: By Rachel Treisman New Zealand Will Offer Free Sanitary Products At Schools To Fight Period Poverty USA Today Feb 19, 2021: By Kaanita Lyer New Zealand schools will offer free menstrual products. Where is the US on period equity? Far behind, experts say. United Nations Population Fund, May 2020: By UNFPA Menstruation and human rights - Frequently asked questions NPR, Mar 25, 2018: By Ema Sagner More States Move To End 'Tampon Tax' That's Seen As Discriminating Against Women 3 Reasons Why Period Products Should be Free and Accessible in Public Washrooms STRANGE BUT TRUE: Baby Born from Wind AIR APPARENT Woman makes bonkers claim she was made pregnant by a GUST OF WIND entering her as cops launch probe -Youtube- Real Stories Jul 2, 2020 Holy Scam or Miracle? The Faith Healing Industry (Controversy Documentary) | Real Stories POSITIVE REFLECTION: Women’s History Month Jena Henrietta Lacks - Cynthia McDonald Phillis Wheatley (first African American and second woman (after Anne Bradstreet) to publish a book of poems.),others%20on%20liberty%20and%20freedom. Phillis Wheatley Home Neil Nellie McClung - Outcast X Sally Ride

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