Ebony Roberts reads from The Love Prison Made and Unmade: My Story (Amistad 2019). We talk about fathers, fairytales, prisons, resilience and writing memoir. We talk about Shaka Senghor and his book Writing My Wrongs: Life, Death and Redemption in an American Prison. https://umich.box.com/shared/static/sadwrm9i13mguauz36z2umanw240nlh0.mp3 Download Audio program recorded: 21 Nov 2019; aired 4 March 2020
Freelance journalist/filmmaker and 2019 Wallenberg Medalist Safa Al Ahmad talks about her documentaries, including Saudi’s Secret Uprising (2014) and Targeting Yemen (2019). We talk about activism, the power of reporting, access, and editing. We also talk about moral responsibility to the person and the story.
Guest host Amanda Uhle talks with Julia Turshen about Feed the Resistance: Recipes and Ideas for Getting Involved (Chronicle Books 2017); they talk about about writing about food and eating, the important role of food in today’s resistance movement–and diversity and inclusion in the food industry. https://umich.box.com/shared/static/mpsfzr71c242msjgkt2ejfdftxkbpelg.mp3 Download Audio photo credit: still from Now and Again …
Artist and activist Shanna Merola discusses her latest work We All Live Downwind. We talk about collage, art as activism, documentary photography, and research walls. We also talk about her work with the National Lawyers Guild and Know Your Rights workshops. https://umich.box.com/shared/static/5g03vkhdgfca3kdrqs2q2og97ddzye0r.mp3 Download Audio Click to visit Shanna’s website!