Political Theater 5: Intersections at Work

08/17/2017  By  Martin R. Schneider     No comments

As part of the ongoing series on Working Women, this episode explores the meetings of race and gender on-screen and in real life.

Special guest Carla Baptiste from the Urban League of Philadelphia helps explain some of the distinct differences in workplace opportunities presented to people of color. Next, Martin and Marta discuss some very recent film and TV dealing with these subjects in a direct way, and recommend a fun and sincere independent film called East Side Sushi that’s well worth checking out.

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Hidden Figures

HBO’s Insecure

East Side Sushi

Learn more about the Urban League: http://www.urbanleaguephila.org/


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Martin Schneider has opinions about a lot of things, and sometimes he writes them down. But he tries not to be a douchebag about it, though.

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