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Intersectionality in the American South is a podcast for anyone whose ready to take a long, hard, look at the ways oppressive systems land in people’s lives. We bring together academics and everyday people in conversations about the intersectional forms of oppression that marginalized people experience. You will hear thought provoking conversations about hard topics that center the often-silenced voices of Women of color, queer, trans and non binary folks and immigrants.
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Emile YX? is a Hip Hop activist who reclaims the power of Hip Hop to help the next generation rethink their identity, purpose, and place in their respective communities. A pioneer of beat breaking in his South African cultural context, an educator through his Heal the Hood project, and a survivor of apartheid, Emile YX? channels his experiences to …
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Emile YX? is a Hip Hop activist who reclaims the power of Hip Hop to help the next generation rethink their identity, purpose, and place in their respective communities. A pioneer of beat breaking in his South African cultural context, an educator through his Heal the Hood project, and a survivor of apartheid, Emile YX? channels his experiences to …
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Akua Naru's love for the African diaspora drives her to disrupt and intervene for good through the channel of her Hip Hop music and archival work of The Keeper’s Project. More specifically, the pantheon of black women writers like Toni Morrison, bell hooks, Zora Neal Hurston have provided Naru with a critical black feminist lens and language by whi…
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The Gullah-Geechee people are the descendants of enslaved West and Central Africans brought in the seventeenth and eighteenth-century to the United States to work on the rice plantations of the Low Country regions on the Southern Atlantic coastline. The term “Gullah” comes from the Central African connection to Angola and comes to represent people …
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On this episode of Intersectionality in the American South, Dr. Katie Acosta interviews Dr. Ashlyn Strozier about the challenges faced by Black folks who are trying to conceive, birthing, or experiencing unwanted pregnancy. Listen as we unpack the health risks this population faces and that structural barriers that impede upon our reproductive righ…
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Imagine being incarcerated during the height of the pandemic and having limited access to information about the virus. Imagine being unable to socially isolated or visit with your loved ones. On this episode, Dr. Katie Acosta interviews civil rights attorney Whitney Knox Lee about her advocacy work with people who are incarcerated in the state of G…
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The options for formerly incarcerated individuals to live productive lives after serving their time are complicated by the many obstacles they face finding gainful employment. On this episode of Intersectionality in the American South, we hear about a prison education program at Georgia State University and the amazing story of its Executive Direct…
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On this episode, Katie Acosta interviews Anthony Downer, Equity Coordinator for the City Schools of Decatur regarding the impact of Georgia's divisive concepts bill (HB 1084) on K-12 education in the state. What is the role of Critical Race Theory in our Schools? Follow us on Twitter @intersectsouth or visit our website at https://sites.gsu.edu/int…
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10 years ago, I was raising my black teenage son in the city schools of Decatur. I first remember learning about the Beacon Hill Black Alliance. During those years, the City of Decatur was gentrifying very, very quickly, resulting in a noticeable and market change in the city's racial demographic More, and more upper middle class white families wer…
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Welcome to Intersectionality in the American South, where educators, students, activists, and community members come together and unpack current realities for black, indigenous & people of color. In each episode, we will discuss the impact of racism, sexism, classism, heterosexism, and anti-immigrant sentiment on the lives of Atlanta residents and …
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Welcome to Intersectionality in the American South, where educators, students, activists, and community members come together and unpack current realities for black and indigenous people of color. In each episode, we will discuss the impact of racism, sexism, classism, heterosexism, and anti-immigrant sentiment on the lives of Atlanta residents and…
  continue reading
 
Welcome to Intersectionality in the American South, where educators, students, activists, and community members come together and unpack current realities for black and indigenous people of color. In each episode, we will discuss the impact of racism, sexism, classism, heterosexism, and anti-immigrant sentiment on the lives of Atlanta residents and…
  continue reading
 
Welcome to Intersectionality in the American South, where educators, students, activists, and community members come together and unpack current realities for black and indigenous people of color. Each episode, we will discuss the impact of racism, sexism, classism, heterosexism, and anti-immigrant sentiment on the lives of Atlanta residents and BI…
  continue reading
 
Welcome to Intersectionality in the American South. Where educators, students, activists and community members come together to unpack current realities for Black and Indigenous People of Color. Each episode we will discuss the impact of racism, sexism, classism, heterosexism and anti-immigrant sentiment on the lives of Atlanta residents and BIPOC …
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