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Voices Of Young Black Women Gather In “What She Said!” Podcast

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Here in Chattanooga, young Black women - ages 18 to 24 - are sharing their stories in a new podcast from the nonprofit Girl Stance.

It’s called: “What She Said! A Black Girl Story of Resilience, Power, Grace and Love.”

Damon Hines - one of our student interns here at WUTC earlier this year - collaborated with Girl Stance’s Roe Anderson on the podcast’s development.

Listen to “What She Said!” on Spotify, Apple, Amazon Music and Anchor.

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