Episode 1.2 – Victims, Perps, and Me

Episode 1.2

victims. perps. and me

In 1979, the SuperSonics of Seattle captured its first and its last National Basketball Association championship. Nearly 30 years later, the team was packing up and leaving the idyllic Pacific Northwest for the often forgotten great plains of Oklahoma and its capital city. Until then, the city we now call OKC, thanks to the team, was perhaps best known for the 1995 bombing--at the time, one of the worst acts of domestic terrorism in United States history.

This--the fact that her hometown is only known for an underachieving basketball team and a bombing--has always bothered Juliet Danois...

By 35, Juliet had been all over the world, was fluent in 4 languages, and had had experiences that very few people, regardless of class, would ever have. But as the trope that continues to follow the women’s liberation movement goes--she was still single. But because she did want a family of her own someday, it was something about the way the words “geriatric pregnancy” sounded that put the literal fear of God in her, because “someday” probably needed to be today!



Episode narrated by Kayona Ebony Brown


Written, recorded, and produced by Kayona Ebony Brown at Siingle Studios in Washington, DC


listed in order of appearance in the episode

Music in all ads and promos provided by Khalil Ismail

A.L.O.N.E. by Mike Leite Licensed by CC — Attribution 3.0 Unported — CC BY 3.0 

Filmstro - music arranged for this episode by Kayona

Ready Set Swing by Michael Nickolaus - Licensed by Audioworks - Copyright 2018 

Sometimes by Khalil Ismail. Licensed by KI Creatives - Copyright 2009 

Words by Khalil Ismail. Licensed by KI Creatives -Copyright 2016

Improvised Jazz guitar by Valentin Sosnitskiy. Licensed by CC — Attribution 3.0 Unported — CC BY 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ 

Filmstro - music arranged for this episode by Kayona

Self Driving by Sro copyright 2019 Licensed by CC-SA

Scars by Khalil Ismail, The Hoping LP copyright 2016

Sound effects: Audio Blocks and Freesound dot org

Edited with Adobe Creative Cloud and Filmstro

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