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Deep chat with Summer Martin of The Unconventional Woman Podcast about role models & memorable characters and what they meant for us, our aunties, mothers and friendships.

We discuss the powerful impressions of Freddie Brooks of A Different World, The Flying Nun's Sister Bertille and Homeland's Carrie Mathison. Temple University student Maryam Muhammad adds her perspective on Cree Summer's Freddie Brooks.

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Maryam Muhammad, student at Temple University and blogger at Medium, a place where writers, influencers and podcasters get the word out. Find her work at www.maryamazeeza.com

Instagram: @NeptunesNegress and Twitter: @OilyEyelids.

Summer Martin, co-host and podcaster

Twitter @summerygory, Instagram: unconventional _woman

podcast https://www.tuwpodcast.com/

Claire Danes on Carrie Mathison - Showtime's Homeland YouTube Channel - S. 8 trailer

Freddie Brooks on A Different World S.6, E.1

Jennifer Keishin Armstrong, author of Mary and Lou and Rhoda and Ted.

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Women of MTM Pt 2 (Words, Casting, Fashion)

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