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People United - February 1, 2019

People United features legal scholar Tanya Katerí Hernández in conversation with historian Minkah Makalani about her book Multiracials and Civil Rights: Mixed-Race Stories of Discrimination.

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People United - January 25, 2019

People United presents coverage of the Austin Women's Rally, featuring Wendy Davis, Micaela Eller, Gigi Kahlor, Jessica Soukup, Kym Whitehead, and McKa'an Zimmerman.

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People United - January 18, 2019

People United features María Milner on diversity, outreach, and internal work, particularly as they pertain to relations between Unitarian Universalist congregations and people of color.  María Milner is a Latinx cultural consultant, a co-founder of the social-action group Voces Tejas, and a member of the First Unitarian Universalist Church of Austin.

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People United - January 11, 2019

People United features Texas Rep. Gina Hinojosa (D-District 49) on the 86th Texas Legislature, convening for regular session from January 8 through May 27, 2019.

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People United - January 4, 2019

People United features writer and organizer Bill Fletcher, Jr., on the prospect of unity among the left in the United States.

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People United - December 28, 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 Latin 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.)

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People United - December 21, 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 CenterAna Vidina Hernández, a 2018 recipient of a double-master's in Latin 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.)

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People United - December 14, 2018

People United features journalist Sarah Kendzior on the threat of autocracy in democratic societies, with a focus on the situation in the United States.

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People United - December 7, 2018

People United features Mya Guarnieri Jaradat on her book The Unchosen: The Lives of Israel's New Others, which focuses on migrant workers and refugees that are neither Palestinian nor Jewish and examines their rights and legal status in the Jewish state.

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People United - November 30, 2018

People United talks about issues related to the 15th annual Women and Fair Trade Festival, this time being held at Ironwood Hall in downtown Austin on Saturday, December 1, and Sunday, December 2, 2018.  Joining the conversation are Leona Calvo, the executive director of Austin Tan Cerca de la Frontera, which sponsors the annual festival; Robert Cash, the director of the Austin Fair Trade Coalition; Leti Garza, a vocalist and songwriter scheduled to perform at the 2018 festival; and Cristina Gonzalez, Austin Tan Cerca's education coordinator.

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