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Dispatches from the Moth · Posted On: Sep 13, 2022

The Moth Playlist: Honoring Hispanic and Latinx Heritage Month

by The Moth

September marks National Hispanic and Latinx Heritage Month, a time to honor and celebrate the history, culture, stories and liberation of various countries throughout North and South America. For those of you who do not know the history, the observation of National Hispanic Heritage Month started in 1968 and enacted into law in the United States on August 17, 1988. September 15th carries a lot of significance because it is the anniversary of independence for Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatema...

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Dispatches from the Moth · Posted On: Aug 24, 2022

The Moth Playlist: Women Getting it Done

by The Moth

The world can be a rough place for women, and we were recently reminded of that in the harshest terms, as a woman's right to her own bodily autonomy has been challenged. In advance of Women's Equality Day happening on August 26th, we decided to create a playlist that celebrates the strength, perseverance and conviction of women. We will never go down without a fight. ...

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Dispatches from the Moth · Posted On: Jun 04, 2022

Moth Playlist: Bodily Autonomy

by The Moth

As we wait for a ruling from the Supreme Court over the state of Roe v. Wade – The Moth presents this extended playlist featuring stories about the right to make important decisions about ones health and body. We hope you listen to these stories with an open heart and an open mind. Consider listening to, or sharing, these stories with those around you. ...

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