Inside 254 is coming!

From myself and my awesome officemate, Amanda:

We are honored when people say to us “I can’t wait to hear what you have to say about [insert anything from a news story to a movie here].”

Well, we heard you.  And we have some exciting news to share.
We are going to start a podcast so we can share with you what we think about the world we are about to inherit in January.
Since the election, we have been planning and formulating.
Here’s what we plan to do!

Roll out for first episode is December 23 (we hope).  We will post a new episode every other week.

“Join Amanda and Colleen for the conversations they have when they close the door of their office, 254 Lytle Hall at Kutztown University.  Amanda, union chapter president and indigenous rhetorics scholar, and Colleen, Director of Women’s and Gender Studies and postcolonial feminist scholar love to talk shop in a fun and approachable way .  The podcast will be ten minutes so you can listen during your commute, on your dog walk, or on the way to class.  The first seven, ‘Around the Table,’ focuses on one current topic about labor, indigeneity, gender, or world issues.  One minute, ‘Trumpster Fire,’ will look at Trump’s administration’s latest shenanigans.  During ‘Media Minute,” we will discuss what we are consuming that week, from podcasts to movies to cooking shows.  Finally, ‘Activist Actions’ will give listeners concrete action steps to take based on our discussion.  Come on in as we close the door and chat in 254!”

Here’s the part where I let you know we are crowdsourcing for start up.  If you would like to pitch in $10 and get our super cool sticker (coming soon!), click here.

Since we don’t have our logo yet, you can enjoy this picture of 254’s door!





  1. tarabosler · · Reply

    So exciting!!!!

    Tara Bosler


    1. Here’s hoping!

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