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You Should Have Asked Me First (the podcast) was our first project. Hosted by Founding Editor, Heather Hauptli.
Well, ding dong 2020 is dead and good riddance. Today, we’re talking about lessons from tragedy and misfortune. From the pages of history – the Triangle Shirtwaist fire – to the garbage fire of 2020, humans regularly learn lessons from the past to make the world better going forward. Let’s do that some more.
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Unapologetically Anxious Me: Confessions of a Haitian Girl in Small-Town Minnesota is a podcast about what it’s like to move to a primarily white community when you’re not white. Hosted by Jo Ciceron and co-produced by Jo Ciceron and Heather Hauptli.
In a quick round of “Who’s Most Likely To” Jo and her husband Lanau get fairly blunt about their quirks and kinks 😘 Get to know them!
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