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New Poverty Politics For Changing Times
66 minutes | Sep 8, 2020
On Black Self-Making and the Ongoing Struggle for Reparations
Aliyah Abu-Hazeem with Marcus Turner on Black Self-Making and the Ongoing Struggle for Reparations. This podcast continues with the RPN Podcast series on Reimagining A Black Sense of Place Under Siege: COVID-19 & The Police State.
50 minutes | Aug 18, 2020
On Music, the Media, and Black Boy Joy
Aliyah Abu-Hazeem (University of Washington) with Andre Jamal Cardine (Longy School of Music of Bard College)on Music, the Media, and Black Boy Joy. This podcast continues with the RPN Podcast series on Reimagining A Black Sense of Place Under Siege: COVID-19 & The Police State.
61 minutes | Aug 3, 2020
On Storytelling As a Tool for Coping with Isolation
Aliyah Abu-Hazeem (University of Washington) with Afia Ofori-Mensa (Princeton University) on Storytelling As a Tool for Coping with Isolation. This podcast continues with the RPN Podcast series on Reimagining A Black Sense of Place Under Siege: COVID-19 & The Police State. Photo Credit: Afia Ofori-Mensa photographed by Jenn Manna http://jennmanna.com/
49 minutes | Jul 24, 2020
Soul In A Bottle
Danielle Brown (University of Washington) shares her poetry set titled Soul In A Bottle. This podcast is part of the series on Re-imagining A Black Sense of Place Under Siege: COVID & The Police State.
9 minutes | Jul 24, 2020
On Black Rage, Black History, and Black Power
Aliyah Abu-Hazeem is a PhD Student in the Department of Sociology at the University of Washington. This podcast serves as an introduction to the new RPN Podcast series on Reimagining A Black Sense of Place Under Siege: COVID & The Police State. Cover art is made by Danielle Brown (University of Washington)
52 minutes | Jun 3, 2020
Real Change & the RPN present the Portraits for Change Exhibit Launch
Real Change, The RPN, Department of Geography and Honors program at the University of Washington present the Portraits for Change Exhibit Launch. This podcast is the result of a collaboration between Real Change News, the RPN, and the UW Honors & UW Geography undergraduate programs. This collaboration led to an exhibit of the Real Change Portrait Project, in the UW Library at the heart of campus. The Portrait Project is a form of public education that teaches students and the public about people living outside and the root causes of homelessness. This podcast shares the launch event which was a coming together of the campus community, Real Change Vendors, artists and the public.
71 minutes | May 8, 2020
On Queer Resistance to Housing & Racial Injustice. D Yarbrough J Johnson & J Freidenbach
Dilara Yarbrough (San Francisco State University)with Janetta Johnson (Executive Director of the Transgender Gender-variant and Intersex Justice Project) and Jennifer Friedenbach (Executive Director of the San Francisco Coalition on Homelessness) on Queer Resistance to Housing and Racial Injustice.
64 minutes | Mar 20, 2020
Yolanda Valencia and Tony Lucero on Transborder Resilience, Migration, and Decolonial Hope
Yolanda Valencia (University of Maryland Baltimore-County) and Tony Lucero (University of Washington)on Transborder Resilience, Migration, and Decolonial Hope.
45 minutes | Jan 8, 2020
Ben Gardner & Maanda Ngoitiko on Maasai Women's Power in the Age of Conservation
Ben Gardner (University of Washington) and Maanda Ngoitiko (Pastoral Women’s Council)in conversation on Maasai Women's Power
36 minutes | Sep 26, 2019
LaShawnDa Pittman & Jayna Milan on Recentering the Poor in Poverty Politics
LaShawnDa Pittman (University of Washington, Seattle) and Jayna Milan (University of Washington, Seattle) in conversation on Recentering the Poor in Poverty Politics
61 minutes | Jun 19, 2019
Chris Pearson & Samantha Fredman on Disrupting the Politics of Division
Chris Pearson (Seattle Activist) & Samantha Fredman (University of Washington) on Disrupting the Politics of Division – Building Accountable Communities
46 minutes | May 17, 2019
Mvuselelo Ngcoya & Danford Chibvongodze on Race, Food Justice, and Ubuntu in South Africa
Mvuselelo Ngcoya (University of KwaZulu-Natal) & Danford Chibvongodze (University of KwaZulu-Natal) in conversation on Race, Food Justice, and Ubuntu in (post) Apartheid South Africa
35 minutes | Apr 9, 2019
Katherine Hankins & Sam Nowak on Relational Place, Public Pedagogies and Quiet Politics
Katherine Hankins (Georgia State University) and Sam Nowak (UCLA) in conversation on Relational Place, Public Pedagogies, and Quiet Politics
37 minutes | Mar 21, 2019
Michele Lancione, Rhoda Rosen, & Billy McGuinness on collaborative art praxis to engage homelessness
Michele Lancione (University of Sheffield), Rhoda Rosen (School of the Art Institute in Chicago) and Billy McGuinness (Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago) in conversation on challenging communities to engage homelessness through collaborative art praxis.
58 minutes | Feb 20, 2019
Mónica Farías & Gabriel Vommaro on Solidarity, Inclusion and Neoliberal Populism in Argentina
Mónica Farías (CONICET) and Gabriel Vommaro (CONICET) on solidarity and inclusion in Argentina: resisting neoliberal populism Sobre la solidaridad y la inclusión en Argentina: Resistiendo el populismo neoliberal
65 minutes | Jan 24, 2019
Michelle Daigle & Magie Ramírez on Relationality as Constellation: decolonization and liberation
Michelle Daigle (University of British Columbia - Vancouver) and Magie Ramírez (Stanford University) discuss Relationality as Constellation: a conversation on decolonization and liberation
41 minutes | Dec 7, 2018
Anne Bonds & Sanford Schram on segregation, neoliberalism, political action and collective futures
Anne Bonds (University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee and Sanford Schram (CUNY) in conversation on racialized segregation under neoliberalism: political action and the promise of collective futures. image credit: Pedro Ribeiro Simões -- https://flic.kr/p/RQNar3
32 minutes | Nov 14, 2018
Alexes Harris and Vicky Lawson on the institutional reproduction of poverty
Alexes Harris (University of Washington, Seattle) and Vicky Lawson (University of Washington, Seattle) on the complexities of institutional racism, intersectional oppressions, and how contact with the criminal justice system reproduces impoverishment
53 minutes | Oct 5, 2018
Nikhil Pal Singh & Maggie Dickinson on violent impoverishments, redistribution, solidarities
Nikhil Singh (New York University) and Maggie Dickinson (City University of New York) in a wide-ranging conversation about neoliberal governance, forms of violence and militarism, and the need to build conditions of collective living. Read the full transcript at: http://depts.washington.edu/relpov/violent-impoverishments-and-redistribution-through-collective-solidarities/
42 minutes | Sep 11, 2018
Eric Sheppard & Tony Sparks on poverty, inequality and more-than-capitalist livelihoods
Eric Sheppard (UCLA) and Tony Sparks (SFSU) in conversation about capitalist inequality and lessons from Jakarta, Indonesia, about more-than-capitalist livelihoods. Full transcript available here: http://depts.washington.edu/relpov/on-poverty-inequality-and-more-than-capitalist-livelihoods/
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