Nov. 16, 2021

Ep 6: Reinventing Thanksgiving with Sascha Guinn Anderson

Ep 6: Reinventing Thanksgiving with Sascha Guinn Anderson

Meet Sascha Guinn Anderson, a communications consultant and Indigenous mother of three in Santa Fe, NM. Emily and Sascha talk about the division of labor now that their husbands have experienced being stay-at-home dads, Sascha’s successful run for school board, and how difficult it is to find bras for their post-breastfeeding boobs. Sascha shares her thoughts on Thanksgiving (which happens to be Emily’s all-time favorite holiday) and together, they come up with an easy way for parents to help combat stereotypes about Indigenous people at home and at school.

 

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Bookshop: https://bookshop.org/lists/better-books-for-thanksgiving

Amazon: https://amzn.to/3ClC6Ft

 

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https://saschaforsfps.com

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Sascha Anderson

Communications Consultant/School Board Member

I'm the mother of three young girls and a communications consultant specializing in progressive candidates, elected officials, and causes. I'm also a member of our school district's Board of Education and a citizen of the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma. I reside in the high desert of Santa Fe, NM.