In our second “from home” episode, we reflect and react to the murder of George Floyd and the ongoing pandemic.  Dae talks about “living while Asian” in this time of COVID. Shanan lets us know that the Anger Hut has reopened, sort of. Regina, brings a searing Nina Simone song to life.  New contributor, Dawn Brodey, wonders what life would be like if her 2 year old were black.  Sue acknowledges that it is systemic. And our guest, Sarah Lynne, shares her perspective from deep inside the coronavirus battle.

  • Island of Discarded Women Episode #13 was directed and produced by Sue Scott
  • Cast: Dae Yang, Shanan Custer, Dawn Brodey, Regina Williams and Sue Scott
  • Written by Dae, Shanan, Dawn and Sue
  • Special Guest is Sarah Lynne
  • Original underscoring by Zippy Laske
  • Edited and mixed by Sue Scott. Mastered by Tony Axtell
  • “Brown Baby” by Oscar Brown Jr., performed by Regina Williams as part of New Dawn Theatre’s “A Breath for George”
  • Assistance by Hannah McDonald