Episodes

Community Surveys and Feminist Methodologies

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Jamie Grant discusses community-based surveys, intersectional feminism, and the expansiveness of gender and sexuality. Jamie Grant is a lesbian writer and activist, and author of Injustice at Every Turn: A Report of the National Transgender Discrimination Survey and Great Sex: Mapping your Desire. She is currently working on a LGBTQ+ Women’s community survey that centers […]

Community Care and Performative Allyship

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CW: mentions of suicidality. Abeni Jones discusses with us her articles for Autostraddle and workshops regarding community care and avoiding performative allyship. Abeni Jones is currently Managing Editor at PushBlack, a non-profit media organization for Black Americans, using the power of narrative to educate and activate readers. She is also a writer for Autostraddle. Transcript […]

The Importance of Having a Historical Analysis in Movement Work

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In part two of our two episode interview, Mia discusses with us the importance of having a historical analysis when participating in movement work. Mia Henry is the founder of Freedom Lifted, an organization that creates learning spaces for youth and adults to grow as social justice leaders. Prior to her work with Freedom Lifted, […]

Food as Resistance

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In part one of our two part interview, Mia Henry discusses the role that food plays in exploring different cultures and histories with the team. Mia Henry is the founder of Freedom Lifted, an organization that creates learning spaces for youth and adults to grow as social justice leaders. Prior to her work with Freedom […]

Detroit Organizing and Building the Grace Lee Boggs Center

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Shea Howell discusses everything Detroit. Shea has organized, as one of the founders of the Grace Lee Boggs Center, developing intergenerational relations, within the Council of Elders, and so much more. She is currently working in the water struggle in Detroit and celebrating the most recent win to pause the water bill during the covid-19 […]

Resistencia de mujeres Afrocolombianas

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En este episodio de Futuros Radicales Ahora entramos en conversación con Luz Marina Becerra, lideresa de AFRODES y la COMADRE de AFRODES, sobre experiencias de lxs Afrocolombianxs, la opresión por parte del Estado, y su resistencia. Este episodio está presentado por Marcos Ferguson Morales, y editado por Marcos Ferguson Morales y Paige Chung In this […]

Up To Us: APIENC’s Community Survey

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Sammie Ablaza Wills and Yuan Wang discuss trans-centered organizing, community based participatory research, and solidarity. APIENC is a grassroots organization building transgender, non-binary and queer API power in the Bay Area. APIENC recently conducted a community based participatory research called Up to Us that was conducted by and centered transgender API community members. Transcript: Rhiki:Welcome […]

Hip-Hop Consciousness in Black Movements

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Msia discusses the role hip-hop plays in Black movement work and women’s role in liberation and the nuance of sexualization in hip-hop music. Msia Clark is an associate professor of African Cultural and Feminist Studies at Howard University. Msia has written numerous publications including the texts Hip-Hop in Africa: Prophets of the City & Dustyfoot […]

A Conversation with Lisa Brock

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Dr. Lisa Brock is currently the Academic Director of the Arcus Center for Social Justice Leadership, at Kalamazoo College in Kalamazoo, Michigan. She is the senior editor of the Praxis Center, an online resource center for Scholars, Activists and Artists. She serves as a Trustee on the Davis Putter Scholarship fund for radical student activists. […]