A Look at Haiti from the Inside
The Movement That Never Was: A People's Guide to Anti-Racism in the South and Arkansas
by Matthew Moore
11M ago
In an excerpt from the latest episode of Undisciplined, host Caree Banton talks to Haitian journalist Obed Lamy, who talks about being proud of his home country and what brought him to Arkansas ..read more
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Put Some Respect on Haiti's Name
The Movement That Never Was: A People's Guide to Anti-Racism in the South and Arkansas
by Matthew Moore, Caree Banton
11M ago
Haiti may be considered the poorest nation in the Western Hemisphere and a country we Americans only hear about when there's a massive earthquake or political turmoil. But Haiti is a nation with tremendous legacy. Haiti was a nation that beat three European empires to become a free nation. Haiti was the first nation to ban slavery. It was the first nation in Latin America and the Caribbean to achieve independence. And so much more. Our guest today is Obed Lamy, a Haitian scholar, journalist, and filmmaker ..read more
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The Movement That Never Was: A People's Guide to Anti-Racism in the South and Arkansas, Episode 3
The Movement That Never Was: A People's Guide to Anti-Racism in the South and Arkansas
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11M ago
With support from The Winthrop Rockefeller Foundation, the third episode of “The Movement That Never Was: A People’s Guide to Anti-Racism in the South and Arkansas” covers the politics history of Arkansas, the creation of the current electorate of the South and its racist roots, and how through the state's leadership, the Natural State managed to not follow in the footsteps of Nixon's Southern Strategy to the extent other Southern states had. This is episode three of five ..read more
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The Movement That Never Was: A People's Guide to Anti-Racism in the South and Arkansas, Episode 2
The Movement That Never Was: A People's Guide to Anti-Racism in the South and Arkansas
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11M ago
With support from The Winthrop Rockefeller Foundation, the second episode of “The Movement That Never Was: A People’s Guide to Anti-Racism in the South and Arkansas” looks at working class solidarity in anti-racist movements, and how organizing for the rights of the working class has created integrated anti-racist groups in the past, like The Rainbow Coalition in South Chicago in the 1960s, and in current projects like the Belford County Listening Project in Shelbyville, Tennessee. This is episode two of five ..read more
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A Conversation About Creativity and Community
The Movement That Never Was: A People's Guide to Anti-Racism in the South and Arkansas
by Kyle Kellams
1y ago
KUAF's latest podcast, The Lunch Hour , is about art, food, creativity, cooperation and community. The first episode focuses on the music of Baang and the community-inspired food of Jerrmy Gawthrop of Woodstone Pizza ..read more
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Manic Episodes: Welcoming Conversations About Important Subjects
The Movement That Never Was: A People's Guide to Anti-Racism in the South and Arkansas
by Kyle Kellams
1y ago
The podcast Manic Episodes , hosted by Dr. Wyatt Paige Hermansen (UA alum) and Mary Lambert (two-time Grammy nominee) covers a wide range of topics in a welcoming style. The first-ever live event connected to the podcast was last night on the University of Arkansas campus and we asked the creators about the podcast ..read more
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A Look at Haiti from the Inside
The Movement That Never Was: A People's Guide to Anti-Racism in the South and Arkansas
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1y ago
In an excerpt from the latest episode of Undisciplined , host Caree Banton talks to Haitian journalist Obed Lamy, who talks about being proud of his home country and what brought him to Arkansas. You can hear the full episode and every episode of Undisciplined wherever you get your podcasts ..read more
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Put Some Respect on Haiti's Name
The Movement That Never Was: A People's Guide to Anti-Racism in the South and Arkansas
by
1y ago
Haiti may be considered the poorest nation in the Western Hemisphere and a country we Americans only hear about when there's a massive earthquake or political turmoil. But Haiti is a nation with tremendous legacy. Haiti was a nation that beat three European empires to become a free nation. Haiti was the first nation to ban slavery. It was the first nation in Latin America and the Caribbean to achieve independence. And so much more. Our guest today is Obed Lamy, a Haitian scholar, journalist, and filmmaker. Hosts: Dr. Caree Banton and Warrington Sebree Guest: Obed Lamy Producer: Matthew Moore U ..read more
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A Look Back at the Beginnings of African and African American Studies
The Movement That Never Was: A People's Guide to Anti-Racism in the South and Arkansas
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1y ago
Dr. Caree Banton, director of African and African American Studies at the University of Arkansas and host of Undisciplined , talks with Scot Brown, an associate professor of African American Studies at the University of California, Los Angeles, about the origins and original ideas of the area studies in an excerpt from the first episode. Subscribe to Undisciplined for free on Apple Podcasts , Spotify , or wherever you get your podcasts ..read more
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The Inspiration for Undisciplined
The Movement That Never Was: A People's Guide to Anti-Racism in the South and Arkansas
by Kyle Kellams
1y ago
A new podcast, Undisciplined , is a collaboration between the African and African-American Studies program at the University of Arkansas. Dr. Caree Banton, the director of the program and host of the podcast, explains her inspiration for the new show. The first episode, produced by Matthew Moore, will be available later this month ..read more
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