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LOVE Girls: The Podcast

LOVE Girls contributors sit down with young women from the Quad Cities and beyond for intimate conversations about young adulthood, touching on difficult topics such as mental health while also having some fun along the way.

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  • Alysa Goethe is living with Type 1 Diabetes. She was diagnosed in middle school and now she advocates for others as she begins her first year as a middle school teacher.
  • On this episode JUNO has a heart to heart talk with the LGM team about finding your passion and chasing your dreams.
  • The Love Girls Magazine team sits down with the Quad City Links to discuss the Black K.A.R.E initiative, a program working to create awareness about Kidney Health. This conversation includes the personal stories of transplant recipients Kenneth Porter and Georgina Hicks. This episode is hosted by Teresa Babers, Dalaysia Dixon and Brianna Haney.
  • Join Daisy Moran and Chef keys for a discussion with the Love Girls team about overcoming the hardships of growing up and finding self-love. This episode includes conversations about multiple traumas including sexual assault and mental health. The show is hosted by Dalaysia Dixon, Briana Haney and Teresa Babers.
  • On this episode of Love Girls: The Podcast we are joined by Kayla Babers, Project Manager for the African American Leadership Society and Valencia Perkins, former teacher from Memphis, Tennessee to talk about literacy and representation among students of color.
  • Haley DeGreve from the Gray Matters Collective joins the Love Girls team for a conversation about depression and self-care.
  • The Love Girls Magazine team discusses pursuing a career in Hollywood with 18-year-old actor, Ashley Rae Harper.
  • Major cities across the country have reduced police budgets. On this episode of Love Girls: The Podcast, we share our stories, both good and bad, with a member of the Davenport police Department.
  • Learning to love the skin and hair you were given is far from easy. Societal beauty standards often tell women with kinks and curls that they aren’t good enough.Brianna Haney, Dalaysia Dixon, Taylor Williams and Anna Hollenbeck dive into this topic and many others in this episode of LOVE Girls the Podcast.