Janice sly: Mother advocates for justice in killing of son Isaac Kelly


Topic: Janice sly, Mother advocates for justice in killing of son Isaac Kelly
Segment: D Report
Participants: Janice sly, Mother of Isaac Kelly
Broadcast Air Date: 8/25/17 on KUCR 88.3 FM.
Time: 5:15 PM (PST)
KUCR station page: http://www.kucr.org
Archive page: https://soundcloud.com/stoppretending
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Unpacking White Supremacy: Adding History Context

Topic: Unpacking White Supremacy: Adding History Context
Segment: D Report
Participants: Elliot Kim, Public Historian
Broadcast Air Date: 8/18/17 on KUCR 88.3 FM.
Time: 5:15 PM (PST)
KUCR station page: http://www.kucr.org
Archive page: https://soundcloud.com/stoppretending
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Discussion Points
– What is white supremacy?
– What is the relationship of White Supremacy and with violence?
– How is the term White supremacy in incomplete?
– Do we have to excuse our descriptions for the incidents in Charlottesville?
– Is “Hate speech” applicable of the Alt-right the protest Organizers?
– Have we learned to double speak?
– Why do we say the ” two sides” are equal?
– Did the ant–fa and anarchists save lives from being crushed by racists?
– What is the historical context of White Supremacy?
– What is the social construction of race?
– Is racism ancient?
– Race and racism develops in the rise of colonialism?
– The Irish weren’t White?
– How does the colonial enterprise marks the construction of whiteness?
– What is the intersectional analysis of the incidents Charlottesville?
– White supremacy is a process of erasure.
– White supremacy is a resurgence of the context of national basis?
– What are the models of whiteness?
– Why no one taken seriously if they believe race is biological real?
– Why can’t white supremacy be limited to hatred?
– The creation of whiteness in its inception activates white supremacy?
– The norm, the point of comparison is part of white supremacy.
– What does I mean to protect whiteness.
– What is the history of whiteness?
– Is whiteness protecting the status of privilege?
– The creation of whiteness can be documented?
– The insistence of defending whiteness is a denial of your specific history?
– Can we divorce ourselves from these cancerous terms?
– What if there is beauty in calling yourself white?
– Isn’t calling yourself white a denial of people’s original history?
– Hasn’t whiteness been about erasing of family history?
– Whiteness has been a blunt instrument to beat people into assimilation.
– Can we stand up against violence and hatred?
– What if you don’t identify or present as white?
– White supremacy activates nation building and legal construct.
– What about the white only citizenship criteria.
– Whiteness has benefitted people up to his morning?
– Are we working hard to pass as white and make our children white?
-Is the US citizenship a form of implication to whiteness?
– Does white supremacy activate fear?
– Can you disassociate your selves from the violence of Charlottesville if you still benefit from whiteness?

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Teaching and Education: A conversation

Topic: Teaching and Education
Show: D Report
Participation: Alejandra Monroy, Educator
Broadcast Air Date: 8/11/17 and 09 /02/ 16 on KUCR 88.3 FM.
Time: 5:15 PM (PST)
KUCR station page: http://www.kucr.org
Archive page: https://soundcloud.com/stoppretending

Discussion Points

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Mariachi rent strike

Segment: D Report
Participants: Hector Peña Ramirez, community activist, former mariachi
and law student at Peoples College of Law.
Broadcast Air Date: 08/04/17 on KUCR 88.3 FM Riverside, CA.
Time: 5:15 PM (PST)
KUCR station page: http://www.kucr.org
Archive page: https://soundcloud.com/stoppretending
Discussion points:


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Dream Act 2017: a conversation with attorney Miho Murai

Segment: D Report
Dream Act 2017: a conversation with attorney Miho Murai
Participants: Miho Murai, Special education and Immigration Attorney
Broadcast Air Date: 07/28/17 on KUCR 88.3 FM Riverside, CA.
Time: 5:15 PM (PST)
KUCR station page: http://www.kucr.org
Archive page: https://soundcloud.com/stoppretending

Discussion Points:

– The dream act was originally introduced in 2002 and 2010 and was not passed as law
– What is different in the Dream Act 2017?
– What are the prospects of passage for Dream Act 2017?
– Was DACA a response to the failure of 2001 and 1020 Dream fact non-passage?
– Why is there a reintroduction of the Dream Act now?
– Why are 10 states threatening to sue the Trump administration id it doesn’t end DACA?
– Is there sense of urgency in the reintroduction the Dream Act?
– Is there a contradiction in the emergence of the Dream Act 17 within the escalation of anti-immigrant environment?
– Is there over whelming support of the Dreamers?
– Who is included in the Dreamer population?
– Is it fair to punish children and youth that entered the United States without documentation?
– Is it fair to remove people that have become integral parts of our US society?
– Are the Protective measures of DACA about to end?
– What are the consequences to our society if almost 3/4 of million people lose protected status?
– Can Lindsey Gram stop listening to 30% of the vocal opposition that may be against the Dream Act?
– Isn’t it better to listen to the 70% that feel it’s wrong to attack the unprotected youth?
– DACA was never a path to citizenship?
-The problem with DAC was that nay protective measures were temporary?
– Is the public ready to grant citizenship to Dreamers?
– Has the anti-immigrant wave created support to grant citizenship to undocumented youth?
– Are there more of us that are standing in support of immigrant communities than that that are against?
– Why is 70% a beautiful number?
– Is the support also stemming out non-compassionate selfish interests?
– What happens to our economy if undocumented communities are removed from housing, employment, education and consumer sector?
– Is the passage of the Dream Act 2017 an uphill battle?
– How will the Dream Act affect K-12 students?
– Does the Dream act offer hope?
– How has the school site become another source of fear?
– How does the awareness of students’ undocumented positions affects their school preparation and deems of a future?
– How is the element of ” Hope” an undervalued component?
– Why is the Dream Act 2017 stronger?
– What if you are undocumented but not on the college track?
– What are some of the provisions that may be fought over to final approval?
– Is the employment criteria a possible point debate?
– Why is it important to share our own stories?
– For more information on how to protect Dreamers visit https://dreamers.fwd.us

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