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People United - June 22, 2018

People United features Mexican American & Latino/a Studies faculty C. J. Alvarez and Karma Chávez of the University of Texas at Austin, Elvia Arriola of Women on the Border, and lesbian Guatemalan refugee Sulma Franco (with interpreter Elaine Cohen) on borders, sanctuary, and immigration politics.

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People United - June 15, 2018

People United features environmental historian and educator Katie Pace on the historical role of floodplains in racial division and displacement in Austin, particularly Waller Creek's underacknowledged yet foundational status as a racial boundary.  (This episode, originally broadcast in truncated form the previous September, now has been expanded to address current events.)

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People United - June 8, 2018

People United speaks with Sheldon Darnell about Austin Black Pride, the nonprofit he co-founded in 2016 to serve LGBTQ+ African Americans in the Texas capital.  The organization's third annual festival is being held Thursday, June 7, through Sunday, June 10, 2018.

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People United - June 1, 2018

People United features Anna Nguyen, the president of PFLAG Austin, on the welcoming as well as the coming out of people that self-identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, or otherwise queer.

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People United - May 25, 2018

People United presents the second in its two-part coverage of a panel on a six-point People's Plan to resolve the gentrification crisis in Austin.  Moderated by Austin American-Statesman columnist Alberta Phillips, the panel also features community activists Susana AlmanzaNelson Linder, Fred McGhee, Carmen Llanes Pulido, and Jane Rivera as well as developer Ed Wendler.

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People United - May 18, 2018

People United presents the first in its two-part coverage of a panel on a six-point People's Plan to resolve the gentrification crisis in Austin.  Moderated by Austin American-Statesman columnist Alberta Phillips, the panel also features community activists Susana Almanza, Nelson Linder, Fred McGhee, Carmen Llanes Pulido, and Jane Rivera as well as developer Ed Wendler.

Listen to an archive of this program here.

People United - May 11, 2018

People United features Rebecca Vilkomerson, the executive director of Jewish Voice for Peace, on the 2018 Gaza border protests, a six-week campaign from March 30 through May 15 for the Palestinian right of return, as well as on the international movement for boycott, divestment and sanctions against Israel, with a focus on the campaign's progress and setbacks in the United States.

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People United - May 4, 2018

People United speaks with Anne Lewis about her film A Strike and an Uprising (in Texas), an experimental documentary on history, memory, and the struggle for racial and economic justice.  On Saturday, May 5, 2018, at 2 pm, the documentary screens, with the filmmaker in attendance, at AFS Cinema as part of Cine las Americas.

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People United - April 27, 2018

People United speaks with Sheldon Darnell about Austin Black Pride, the nonprofit he co-founded in 2016 to serve LGBTQ+ African Americans in the Texas capital.

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People United - April 20, 2018

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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