The Future is Female
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We speak with Malia C. Lazu about corporate responsibility and voter suppression.
We speak with Ashara Ekundayo about “Artist As First Responder” in reaction to 9/11 and her campaign to bring more awareness to Black August with “9 Days of Radical Practice.” Later we hear from Poor News Network about America’s assault on economically disenfranchised communities. Guest: Ashara Ekundayo is a cultural strategist, independent curator, serial social … Continued
We speak with two long-time reproduction rights activists about the new abortion laws in Texas. Guests: Layidua Salazar, the Program Associate at San Francisco Foundation. Aimee Arrambide, the executive director of AVOW, an abortion rights advocacy group.
Internationally renowned, award-winning poet and activist/scholar Sonia Sanchez discussed the evolution of the revolutionary black art and politics in a panel recorded at Temple University in north Philadelphia in 2012.
We speak with Professor Laura Briggs PhD about her new book, Taking Children: A History of American Terror an examination of the separation of children from their families has a long history in the United States. The book argues that for four hundred years the United States has taken children for political ends. Black children, … Continued