Enough is Enough

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* Warning this episode addresses topics dealing with sexual assault. On this episode Ashley Massey talks about her work with Enough is Enough Tennessee and her role as an advocate for survivors of sexual assault in the rural South. She discusses why she became involved with the organization, experiences in advocating for Representative David Byrd’s removal from office and her hopes for the future of Tennessee politics. We also touch on what the #MeToo movement means to people in the rural South. The Who’s that lady (from history)? is Gloria Anzaldúa.

This episode’s Listen Here is Dear Murder Street.


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NYLL host Allison is originally from Georgia and relocated to Alabama 5 years ago. She has worked as a photojournalist, documenting the lives and culture of people throughout the Southeast. She also works as a freelance writer. She is passionate about connecting people through sharing individuals’ stories.

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