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People United - March 22, 2019

People United talks with two members of the Salvadoran diaspora, Joanna Beltrán Girón and Mauricio Novoa, who also perform original poetry.

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People United - March 15, 2019

People United remembers Leslie Cochran (1951-2012), the subject of the 2019 documentary Becoming Leslie that had its world premiere at SXSW, with coverage of a plaque being unveiled at the Nook in downtown Austin on what would have been his sixty-fourth birthday in 2015, Abigail Mahnke's 2007 interview with the late crossdressing street icon, and a conversation with Debbie Russell, a surviving friend as well as the Executive Director of the Pecan Street Association.

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People United - March 8, 2019

People United features Hilary Klein on her book Compañeras: Zapatista Women's Stories, which focuses on female participants in the revolutionary movement based in Chiapas, Mexico.

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People United - March 1, 2019

People United features Kali Rubaii of Friends of Sabeel North America (FOSNA) on the detention of Palestinian children by the Israeli military in the occupied West Bank.

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People United - February 22, 2019

People United features T. L. "Tommy" Wyatt, the publisher and editor in chief of The Austin Villagera community newspaper with an emphasis on African Americans that is distributed in the Texas capital and the neighboring suburbs.

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People United - February 15, 2019

People United presents the second in its two-part coverage of the panel "Too Black to Be Queer, Too Queer to Be Black," moderated by Austin Black Pride's outreach director, Constance Upshaw, and featuring Sam Davis, Fum Fum Ko, Fatima Mann, and Jeremy Teal.  In this episode, panelists continued answering questions from the moderator as well as began taking questions from the audience.

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People United - February 8, 2019

People United presents the first in its two-part coverage of the panel "Too Black to Be Queer, Too Queer to Be Black," moderated by Austin Black Pride's outreach director, Constance Upshaw, and featuring Sam Davis, Fum Fum Ko, Fatima Mann, and Jeremy Teal.  In this episode, panelists are heard taking questions exclusively from the moderator.  (The following week's episode has them also taking questions from the audience.)

Listen to an archive of this program here.

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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