In this episode, Deborah talks about being a pastor’s kid, struggling to feel like she belonged between two cultures, the creative community, being Black and Christian in America, and Star Trek (of course). And she makes a strong case for Prince Phillip’s superiority in the Disney princess canon. She also reads James 5:1-6 (capitalism WHO?) and Psalm 19:1 for us.
Watch ‘Chasing Happiness’ here and weep about the Jonas Brothers like it’s 2008
Watch Deborah’s short film ‘Le 27 Juillet’ about her struggle with depression
Read this recap on the ‘Star Trek’ episode Deborah explains
Read up on Netflix’s Narnia re-make
**Deborah named a JFK documentary called “Crisis.” But she meant “A Time for Burning,” directed by William C. Jersey. This link seems legit to watch it, but please, FBI person, don’t come for me or this podcast!!! Thanks xoxo
BEHOLD. It’s Prince Phillip! Deborah ghostwrote this article.
Tune in to Deborah’s playlist. Other songs mentioned: “Howl” by Florence & The Machine, “Jenny of Oldstones” by Florence & The Machine, the ENTIRE QUEEN DISCOGRAPHY, “Edge of Seventeen” and “Sisters of the Moon” by Fleetwood Mac, “Juice” by Lizzo.
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Again: please watch the Jonas Brothers documentary, “Chasing Happiness.” And give some love to Kevin. He deserves it.
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Eagerly anticipate Deborah’s upcoming short film, “Catharsis: A Journey Through Anger”
And lastly, an uncomprehensive list of things we are for & against:
For: Prince Phillip, “Jenny of Oldstones,” Shrek, audiobooks, Jane Elliot
Against: John Smith, colonizers, racism, “Game of Thrones”