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People United - August 31, 2018

People United talks with filmmaker Steve Mims about his documentary Run Like the Devil, which examines the 2018 US Senate race in Texas between Republican incumbent Ted Cruz and his Democratic challenger, US Rep. Beto O'Rourke.  The film premieres at AFS Cinema on Thursday, September 6, 2018, with a second screening there the next night, before the director and his documentary tour statewide.

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People United - August 24, 2018

People United presents the second in its two-part coverage of the panel "Borders, Migration, and Crisis: A Critical Conversation," moderated by Ajay Singh Chaudhary, the executive director of the Brooklyn Institute for Social Research, and also featuring Eduardo Canales, the executive director of the South Texas Human Rights CenterAna Vidina Hernández, a 2018 recipient of a double-master's in Lain American studies and social work at the University of Texas at Austin; and two UT-Austin faculty members, Sarah Lopez from the School of Architecture and Nestor Rodriguez from the Department of Sociology.  (This episode has the panelists taking questions from those in attendance.  The previous week's episode is devoted to the panelists' prepared remarks.)

Listen to an archive of this program here.

People United - August 17, 2018

People United presents the first in its two-part coverage of the panel "Borders, Migration, and Crisis: A Critical Conversation," moderated by Ajay Singh Chaudhary, the executive director of the Brooklyn Institute for Social Research, and also featuring Eduardo Canales, the executive director of the South Texas Human Rights Center; Ana Vidina Hernández, a 2018 recipient of a double-master's in Lain American studies and social work at the University of Texas at Austin; and two UT-Austin faculty members, Sarah Lopez from the School of Architecture and Nestor Rodriguez from the Department of Sociology.  (This episode is devoted to the panelists' prepared remarks.  The following week's episode has them taking questions from those in attendance.)

Listen to an archive of this program here.

People United - August 10, 2018

People United talks about community spaces and lesbian existence in Austin with Michelle Auwae-Lapilio, who serves on the board of Austin Pride, as well as with Michelle "Mitch" Solorzano Daley and Kelly Frances West, who, as Lesbutante and the Boss, produce monthly ladies' nights at Sellers Underground in addition to the Official WOMXN's Pride Party.

Listen to an archive of this episode here.

People United - August 3, 2018

People United features community organizers Alejandro CaceresPriscilla Hale and Paula X. Rojas on the multiple forms of inequity faced by people of color in Austin, including residents that are queer, immigrants, mothers, disabled, and particularly threatened by gentrification.

Listen to an archive of this program here.

People United - July 27, 2018

People United features community activists Fred McGhee and Niran Babalola in a debate about CodeNEXT, the proposed revision of Austin's Land Development Code, and its potential impact on affordable housing on the city's East side.

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People United - July 20, 2018

People United features geographer Eliot Tretter on the struggle between environmental activists and the business community in Austin and its consequent impact on the development of the city's downtown.

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People United - July 13, 2018

People United features community activists Jane and Gilbert Rivera on their book Austin's Rosewood Neighborhood, examining the historically African American neighborhood on the city's east side.

Listen to an archive of this program here.

People United - July 6, 2018

People United talks with David Campbell, not just the host's father, but also an environmental economist, a naturalized US citizen of Canadian origin, and a historical witness to major social and political changes from the 1960s onwards.

Listen to an archive of this program here.

People United - June 29, 2018

People United presents coverage of the teach-in "Policing in America," moderated by UT-Austin Mexican American & Latino/a Studies faculty member Karma Chávez, and featuring her colleague C. J. AlvarezSofia Casini and Lewis Conway Jr. of Grassroots Leadership, Palestinian-right activists Hana Masri and Eman Nabulsi, and Jesús I. Valles, a storyteller, performer, and secondary school teacher.

Listen to an archive of this program here.

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