Here are some links and references mentioned during this week’s show:
- Nineties TV sitcom Roseanne is back, and remade for the Trump age. Niki referenced Oscar Winberg’s Washington Post article about the political ambitions of the series.
- New Orleans Saints cheerleader Bailey Davis was fired for violating the team’s social media policy; now she’s suing and bringing attention to the unjust treatment of cheerleaders across the industry. Natalia referenced this Mother Jones historical timeline of cheerleading as well as two works by historians: Helen Lefkowitz Horowitz’s Campus Life and Paula Fass’s The Damned and the Beautiful.
- The Instant Pot is officially a culinary craze. Natalia referenced this Curbed article about the gendered history of kitchen design.
In our regular closing feature, What’s Making History:
- Neil discussed John Elgion’s New York Times article, “A Black Evangelist Who Opposed Dr. King,” and Lerone Martin’s research article on which it draws.
- Natalia discussed Matthew Remski’s Facebook response to the new Netflix documentary Wild, Wild Country.
- Niki discussed Peter Canellos’ POLITICO article, “‘Chappaquiddick’: The Trial of Ted Kennedy.”