Introducing More Than Half
A podcast that uncovers serious challenges facing Utah women and why it takes all of us, regardless of gender, to overcome them.
We talk to women and their allies as they share their stories.
The Myth of Motherhood
Maternal mental health struggles are one of the leading complications of childbirth and something 1 in 3 women in Utah will experience. But despite their prevalence, the myths around what motherhood should look like mean many women don’t talk openly about their mental health.
Refugee Girl's Lobby
This is a story about opening doors into politics for young girls. Not just any girls, but girls who face some of the highest barriers to civic and political engagement. It’s about giving some of Utah’s young refugee women a chance to take a stand and represent their communities.
A New Kind of Candidate
In addition to the lack of representation in politics, women face unique challenges when they run for office. In this episode, we hear from Celina Milner about her journey campaigning as a Latina single mom.
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Starting the Conversation
With Utah’s high rates of sexual violence, one group is looking to equip teens with the knowledge needed to keep them safe. Teen Council trains high school students to become sex educators for their peers, teaching them about consent and healthy relationships.
For many women, the balance between career and home can be difficult to find. But what happens if you’re told growing up you have to put your family first? One artist is using her work to explore the gender messages she grew up with and help raise a generation of confident girls.
Carrying Our Legacy
If you see an alarmingly high infant mortality rate in a group of people - how do you go about changing it? One program used cultural knowledge, intergenerational wisdom, and storytelling to create awareness about maternal and infant health in Utah's Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander communities.
The High Cost of Child Care
Utah is ranked among the last in the nation for access to affordable child care. Parents seeking care for children under the age of six can pay upwards of $1,400 a month per child. These high costs aren’t just affecting families, but the economy as well, as mothers struggle to succeed in the workforce.
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She's Still Here
From the Murdered and Missing Indigenous Women movement to high COVID cases, the impact of historical trauma continues to affect native people in Utah today. But along with the pain, a legacy of resiliency has been handed down from generation to generation.
Breaking the Concrete Ceiling
When people talk about the "glass ceiling," they're talking about the barriers women face when trying to reach higher positions in the workplace — but for women of color, the ceiling isn't made of glass, but of concrete.