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Ep. 4- "Depression, Anxiety & Revolution... Oh My!"

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Today's episode is a heartfelt conversation between hosts KLC and Sima Lee about their own mental health and the effects of mental illness on our movements and communities. They move towards the conclusion that our intentional communities are in need of "community health & care" and "radical love" as a regular part of our daily mutual aid and resistance.

News Clip: NBC Nightly News-June 2020
Music Track: "Let's Make A Way" by Sima Lee/Sankofa Griottes

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