Meet Anurima, Dierra, Monica, Inés, and Rashika as they highlight people of color on the University of Michigan's campus and in today's popular culture. Listen in on special guest speakers as they chat, snap, and clap-back to relevant issues. Get vulnerable, get comfortable, and get ready to Pass the MiC.
This week Inés spoke with Julianna Collado (she/hers) for Latinx Heritage Month. We featured poet Aldo Pando Girard (he/they). To stay updated on Latinx Heritage Month events, follow @umich_lhm on Instagram, or email La Casa: Lacasa.email@example.com.
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This week’s episode features two students Dhruv Tatke and Erik Anderson about climate justice and the history of climate change. Our creative of color is a visual artist named Emmen Ahmed, found on Instagram @emmenjaan or emmenjaan.com.
Filetype: MP3 - Size: 39.3MB - Duration: 34:20 m (160 kbps 44100 Hz)
This week’s episode comprises various segments recorded at the end of last semester. We sit down to talk about the intersections of black, queer identities within our healthcare system and enjoy some tunes from the band ModernBlue.
Filetype: MP3 - Size: 33.93MB - Duration: 29:39 m (160 kbps 44100 Hz)
In this episode, Nada Eldawy (she/her/hers), one of the MiC editors, takes over to speak with Khadega Mohammed (she/her/hers) about the uprising in Sudan. This episode was recorded during the internet blackout. Mohammed's Twitter: @TheKhadegaMo
Filetype: MP3 - Size: 41.94MB - Duration: 30:32 m (192 kbps 44100 Hz)
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