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Solidarity: Network Weavers

2/21/2018
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How can networks cultivate multiracial solidarity? Deepa Iyer is in conversation with Jayne Park (Impact Silver Spring) and Angel Padilla (Indivisible) in the February episode of Solidarity Is This.

Duration:00:38:19

Solidarity: Movement Ecology

1/26/2018
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Deepa Iyer explores food justice with Leah Penniman (Soul Fire Farm), and the #MeToo Movement with Shivana Jorawar (Jahajee Sisters).

Duration:00:39:50

American Land: Displacement and Removal

12/19/2017
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In this podcast, Deepa Iyer talks with Janeen Comenote (National Urban Indian Family Coalition) and Pedro Rios (American Friends Service Committee) about borders.

Duration:00:32:32

Solidarity: Our Community is Our Campaign

11/6/2017
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Deepa Iyer is in conversation with M. Adams and Kabzuag Vaj, the co-directors of Freedom, Inc to discuss co-liberation practices among Black and Southeast Asian communities in Madison (WI).

Duration:00:34:56

Solidarity: The Impact of Trauma and Crisis Response Work

10/2/2017
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Deepa Iyer and guest, Miriam Zoila Pérez of the Oxalis Collective, discuss the impact of trauma in social justice spaces, and how activists can sustain themselves for the long haul.

Duration:00:31:43

On the Side of Justice: Immigration & Charlottesville

8/23/2017
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Deepa Iyer discusses two immigration programs that might be on the chopping block with Greisa Martinez and Patrice Lawrence, and Charlottesville with UVA student, Vilas Annavarapu.

Duration:00:37:40

The Muslim and Refugee Bans

7/24/2017
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Deepa Iyer explores why the Muslim and refugee bans are discriminatory and inhumane, and how you can engage in solidarity practices. Elica Vafaie (Asian Law Caucus) and Ramla Sahid (Partnership for the Advancement of New Americans) join the conversation.

Duration:00:31:05

Bystander, Upstander: Solidarity In Portland

6/27/2017
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Deepa Iyer explores how bystanders become upstanders in the context of the train tragedy in Portland and white nationalism. Joseph Santos-Lyons with the Asian Pacific American Network of Oregon and Debjani Roy with Hollaback join the conversation.

Duration:00:23:30