Podcast: Abandonment in Detroit with Peter Hammer and Amina Kirk
Download an MP3 of this episode here.In this episode of Who Belongs? we speak with Peter Hammer and Amina Kirk, who have been working in a variety of capacities for equitable development and racial justice in Detroit for many years.Peter is a...
Podcast: Desmond Meade on the Victory to Regain Voting Rights in Florida
In this episode of Who Belongs? we speak with Desmond Meade, a prominent organizer and president of the Florida Rights Restoration Coalition, which led a successful campaign to repeal a Jim Crow-era law that had banned people with felony convictions from voting.
Podcast: Hilary Hoynes on the Benefits and Limitations of Food Stamps (SNAP)
Download an MP3 of this interview.In this episode of Who Belongs? Marc Abizeid talks to economist Hilary Hoynes about government assistance programs, including nutrition programs like SNAP, which is also known as food stamps, in addressing poverty...
Podcast: Racial Justice Activism in Europe with Emilia Roig
Download an MP3 of this interview.In this episode of Who Belongs?, Sara Grossman interviews Emilia Roig of the Center for Intersectional Justice (CIJ) in Berlin, Germany. Originally from France, Emilia is the founder and director of CIJ, a nonprofit...
Podcast: Monitoring Corporate Agribusiness with Elsadig Elsheikh and Nadia Barhoum
In this episode of Who Belongs? Elsadig Elsheikh and Nadia Barhoum discuss their new project that serves as a monitor to examine the power, influence and reach of agri-business corporations and their role in the global food crisis.
Podcast: Nicole Montojo and Steve Barton on Rent Control
Download an MP3 of this interview.In this episode of Who Belongs? we interview Nicole Montojo and Steve Barton, who recently co-authored a new research brief on the housing affordability crisis in California, called "Opening the Door for Rent Control...
Podcast: Gordon Whitman Breaks Down Community Organizing
Download an MP3 of this interview.In this first episode of Who Belongs?, we talked to Gordon Whitman, who is the deputy director of Faith In Action, formerly known as PICO, which is a national network of faith-based organizations working to build...
Podcast: Reinventing the Wheelchair: Interview with Ralf Hotchkiss
Back in March we interviewed Ralf Hotchkiss, a renowned disability rights activist, engineer, and co-founder of the Whirlwind Wheelchair project, based in Berkeley, CA.

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White Space, Black Hood: Opportunity Hoarding and Segregation in the Age of Inequality

Join author Sheryll Cashin for a book talk about her recently-released White Space, Black Hood: Opportunity Hoarding and Segregation in the Age of Inequality, followed by a conversation with john a.

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