Karen Hampton


Karen Hampton: "As an artist of color, I have made a life long commitment to creating artwork that responds to the lives of my ancestors.  My lens is anthropology and I study my own genealogy. I travel in my ancestors...

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Dr. Robert D. Bullard


Episode Books Guest Credits Transcription Episode In this episode we connect with Dr. Robert Bullard to discuss the history of the Environmental Justice movement and his role in pushing it forward. The conversation also explores how Covid has become an...

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Patricia Jovel Flores and Kayla Asato


Patricia Jovel Flores is Orange County Environmental Justice's new Project Director, and is excited to lead the organization in confronting the many environmental issues disproportionately affecting Orange County's marginalized communities. PJ was raised and currently lives in Santa Ana, California....

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Ty Seidule


Ty Seidule is the Chamberlain Fellow at Hamilton College, a New America Fellow, and was recently named to the Confederate Base Naming Commission. In 2015, his five-minute video lecture, “Was the Civil War About Slavery?” became a social media sensation...

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Jennifer D. Keene, Stephanie Takaragawa, and Prexy Nesbitt


Jennifer D. Keene, Ph.D. is a professor of history and dean of the Wilkinson College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences at Chapman University. She is a specialist in war and society studies, and has written extensively on World War I,...

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Monique Charles


Dr. Monique Charles’ research combines her interests in music, spirituality, sociology and the African Diaspora. Other research interests include popular culture, music/musicology, sound studies, embodiment, spirituality, cultural studies, class, gender and race. She primarily explores the lives, experiences and cultural...

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