What does 're-thinking' mean in the context of this upcoming conference?
How have human rights been misused for colonial and imperial projects?
What does anti-racist feminist community organizing mean to you?
How has working with Mamas of Color Rising shed new light on motherhood and parenting?
Has there been much discussion about bringing transgender issues and communities into the Center for Women's and Gender Studies?
The Transgender Jail Project is one of the organizations participating in the conference: could you describe some of the work taking place with the Transgender Jail Project and the issues faced by transgendered individuals within the criminal justice system?
How did this conference come into being?
What are some of the other projects that will be collaborating on the Rethinking Power and Resistance Conference?
Have there been writers that have influenced each of you?
People United Radio: Conversation with Rethinking Power and Resistance Conference Organizers
Program is conducted in English. People United, a weekly progressive news and public affairs show hosted by Allan Campbell on Austin’s community radio station, KOOP 91.7 fm, invited Rethinking Power and Resistance organizers on the air to discuss the conference. Kristen Hogan, Michelle Mott, T-Kay Sangwand, Rocío Villalobos, and Andrea Zarate participated in the conversation. The conversation was pre-recorded on September 23, 2012 at the KOOP studio and was edited for the September 28, 2012.
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Allan CampbellRole: Host
Kristen HoganRole: Speaker
Michelle MottRole: Speaker
T-Kay SangwandRole: Speaker
Rocío VillalobosRole: Speaker
Andrea Zarate Role: Speaker
T-Kay SangwandRole: Writer of accompanying material
Center for Women's and Gender Studies, University of Texas at Austin; University of Texas Libraries
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