People United welcomes back director/playwright/singer-songwriter/teacher Erin Byrne and her students from TheatriKids, who this time include Luke Jandrain, Julia Hillin, Mickey May, Matthew May, and Kristyn May.
People United has geographer Jenna Loyd exploring the connections between militarization, mass incarceration, and migration policies. Episode concludes with a commentary by Mumia Abu-Jamal ("More Bad Intel").
People United talks with Patricia Zavala and Hector Hernández, both with the Workers Defense Project/Proyecto Defensa Laboral (PDL), about the rights and lives of low-wage laborers in Austin, particularly in the construction industry. Episode concludes with a commentary by Mumia Abu-Jamal ("From How to Why").
People United features Cherokee feminist Andrea Smith on forming alliances, building movements, and thinking outside the box. Episode concludes with a commentary by Rahul Mahajan ("To Surge or Not to Surge").