Backtalk: Golden Globes & White Nationalist Book Deal

This week on Backtalk, Dahlia and Amy dig into the recent Golden Globes with some highlights, lowlights, and Meryl Streep's anti-Trump acceptance speech for her lifetime achievement award. One of the highlights included Tracee Ellis Ross's win for her work on Black-ish, where she dedicated her award to women of color. The last time a Black woman won this award was in 1983 when Debbie Allen was given the award. They also talk about the controversial book deal by publisher Simon & Schuster with a white nationalist troll

On each episode, we share one thing we saw, read, and heard this week. 

SAW: Dahlia is just getting into The OA, on Netflix. (But Amy's not as into it because so many plot holes.)

READ: Lolly Willowes by Sylvia Townsend Warner, published in 1926, is Dahlia's latest pick about a woman who stumbles on being a witch! 

HEARD: Amy's into the track "Night Time" by Sammus, a song that sounds like having a small talk with your anxiety. 


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