Isonomy

S3E10 – Malcolm X (Pt 2)

S3E10 – Malcolm X (Pt 2)

In the final episode of the season, we’re picking up where we left off last week, to finish out the...

S3E9 – Malcolm Little (Pt 1)

S3E9 – Malcolm Little (Pt 1)

When Malcolm Little was born on May 19, 1925, he was immediately met with instability. That instability followed him for...

S3E8 – Two Rows Back

S3E8 – Two Rows Back

Disclaimer: This episode contains talk of consensual sexual themes but may not be appropriate for all audiences. Dr Martin Luther...

S3E7 – Claudette

S3E7 – Claudette

Rosa Parks hadn’t planned to be arrested the day she boarded her bus, and neither had Claudette Colvin. While Mrs Parks is...

S3E6 – Five Little Words

S3E6 – Five Little Words

Five little words. Five little one-syllable words were all it took to rally Joseph McNeil’s friends and inspire a protest....

S3E5 – P-R-E-J-U-D-I-C-E

S3E5 – P-R-E-J-U-D-I-C-E

Last week, 291 elementary and middle schoolers from all over the world descended upon National Harbor, Maryland for one of...

S3E4 – The Green Book

S3E4 – The Green Book

I took to the road this week to meet a listener for the very first time. We met in a...

S3E3 – Mississippi Murder

S3E3 – Mississippi Murder

Last week, we headed down south to Mississippi, to hear the story of Miss Endesha Ida Mae Holland and this...

S3E2 – Ida Mae

S3E2 – Ida Mae

When Endesha Ida Mae Holland died on January 25, 2006, her passing was acknowledged with very little fanfare. It wasn’t...

S3E1 – Crisis in Levittown

S3E1 – Crisis in Levittown

It’s not hard to believe that states that fought for the confederacy in the civil war might be the ones...