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Working Class Windows
18 minutes | Sep 14, 2020
Kofy Brown is a Child of Providence
Season 1 of Working Class Windows is here! Our first guest is Kofy Brown. Kofy is a musician, songwriter, and MC based in Oakland, California. She recently released a new record called "Child of Providence" which is available everywhere music is sold.In this episode, co-host Rhonda Kinard sits down to talk to Kofy about what it was like growing up poor and working class in Washington, D.C. and how it has shaped her as a black lesbian woman."You grow up understanding about things like, you know, sharing and compassion and generosity and a collective sense of movement and improvement. Like if it’s all of us doing it, then it helps everyone.”~ Kofy BrownCheck out more of Kofy Browns music below:Child of Providence by Kofy BrownOfficial WebsiteSkip the NeedleSistas in the PitThis episode was made possible thanks to grants from ZooLabs, and The National Queer Arts Festival, and oral history support from Jessica Arevalo-Hillen. Other music in this episode was composed by Dillbilly. All podcast art and portrait photography by Rhonda Kinard. This episode was was edited by L. Abby Aguilar and produced by Waxsimile Productions.Your co-hosts are Rhonda Kinard and Dillbilly.Learn more about the Working Class Windows on our website. There you will find photos of Kofy Brown in her beloved bucket hat and easy chair, and profiles of more queer, trans, and non-binary working class folks.
1 minutes | Sep 7, 2020
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Join us as we explore the in/visibility of queer, trans, and non-binary working class folks. We'll take you on a journey to spotlight the real working class majority in this country.
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