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Beth and Wendy bring tremendous compassion and empathy to the true crime conversation space. It’s easy to vilify and dismiss those who commit violent crimes; much more complicated to humanize them and examine the underlying systems of societally sanctioned oppression and violence. Thank you so much for preserving the humanity and dignity of everyone you discuss without compromising respect for victims and their loved ones. Thank you for your unflinching discussion of hard topics like the genocid... more
Don’t really know how I had never heard of you wonderful people, but I’m so glad I ran into you at crimecon!! I watched your live taping of the episode about Queho and it was soooo interesting and you brought up several really important topics we should be screaming about in this year of our lord 2022!!!! Trying to catch up on all the episodes now, after learning about Queho I’ve been even more interested in learning about the exploitation of POC bodies before and after death, like in freak show... more
it's all about colour and race and colonization good for you guys.. but it's supposed to be a podcast about serial killers
Thank you so much for all of the effort and research that goes into this pod. Wendy and Beth do some of the best things to give us the info we all want to know about the victims and the killer! I am a white lady, in a white neighbor and educated by a bunch of white people, needless to say I am learning so much about the cultures that are around me and giving me perspectives on things and ideas that I didn’t know that I needed to know. Culture corner, hip hop air horns, timelines, take aways and... more
I LOVE WENDY AND BETH'S FRIENDSHIP! ♡ The content these two create together is impeccable. And Minnie does a wonderful job with her writing!
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Fruitloops: Serial Killers of Color launched 4 years ago and published 193 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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