This week I spoke with Fawzia Mirza, the staff writer on The Red Line who wrote Episode 5. She's funny and insightful - you're really going to enjoy what she has to say about her time on the show. If you have questions you want me to ask on future episodes, reach out on Twitter @NotesFromRedPod or email me at NotesFromTheRedLine@gmail.com. And don't forget to rate and review!
Writer Fawzia Mirza sits down with Cameron to discuss living in Chicago, queerness in Muslim tradition, and being a beautiful weirdo in your relationship.This episode is sponsored by the National Partnership for Women and Families (www.nationalpartnership.org/StandTogether).
In this episode, Priya chats with artivist, actor, producer and writer, Fawzia Mirza. Priya asks Fawzia about what it was like to emcee the Women's March in Chicago, which opens a discussion about activism and what it means to make space at the table for those who have paved the way for us. Fawzia shares how she's managed to infuse comedy into her art, breeding the "artivism" that fuels her. Later, the two chat about "Signature Move," Fawzia's first feature film, and what it was like to party with Indian film legend Shabana Azmi.
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