Lattes With Leia Show # 2: Lessons Learned

Lattes With Leia Show # 2: Lessons Learned


The second episode of Lattes with Leia is here! Pour a cup of your drink of choice and join us — Amy Ratcliffe and Dr. Andrea Letamendi — as we take a trip to the galaxy far, far away. This month’s show is all about life lessons we’ve discovered in Star Wars. We discuss points like Darth Vader and his redemption and Ahsoka’s decision to leave the Jedi Order and what we’ve taken away from them. We also talk about General Hux’s cat Millicent.

Listen to the Show here!

Things we reference in the show:

Fantasy Flight’s Imperial Assault

Star Wars Tsum Tsum collection

Hux’s cat Millicent

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1 Comment

  1. Elenir
    February 29, 2016 at 13:30 Reply

    I hear all the redemption talk, but I think there’s another side to this coin.

    Some things unfortunately are not from the realm of fiction, they do exist today in our world. There’s your monthly mass shooting in the U.S., there’s Boko Haram and there’s ISIS, etc.

    And I can’t help to notice that most of the Merch seems to be Empire-related.
    What are we teaching kids about who’s a good role model?
    I mean, we argue that representation matters. We shout for more female characters, strong personalities, who are not only the damsel in distress. Because we need good role models for the girls.
    And then we turn to the boys and go: “Which pyjama would you like? The black one with the mass murderer or the white one with the soldier, who only follows orders and helps with genocide?”
    I feel like there’s something wrong with that.

    (Separate comment because I didn’t want to mix these two.)

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