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In this Episode:
As someone who has spent most of her life fighting for the rights of others, Mallika Dutt has her share of stories. First, we hear about how she skillfully handled the “casting couch culture” during production of a music video about women’s rights. Then she talks about a recently unearthed traumatic childhood memory that helped her understand her own personal obstacles. Oh, and Mallika makes The Bartender cry when she explains how the power of storytelling can change the world.
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About the Guest:
Mallika Dutt is founder, president, and CEO of global human rights organization Breakthrough, whose mission is to “build a world in which violence against women and girls is unacceptable and all beings can thrive.” She is also studying energy healing and is one of the kindest, most intriguing people The Bartender has ever met. Check out her fantastic blog immediately. Here she is looking beautiful and inspiring, as you do:
Watch the amazing music video she created:
“Setting Sun” by Chris Powers
“Every Day Is Like Sunday” by Morrissey
“Bottled in Cork” by Ted Leo & The Pharmacists