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0000017d-2122-dd26-adfd-e56710bf0000With support from The Winthrop Rockefeller Foundation, “The Movement That Never Was: A People’s Guide to Anti-Racism in the South and Arkansas,” begins with the protests over the killing of George Floyd this summer and the explosion of interest in anti-racist movements, particularly in white communities, and looks ahead to what this new found interest might mean for the country. Written and executive produced by Paul Kiefer, a journalist based in Seattle and finalist for the Kroc Fellowship offered by National Public Radio, this podcast is a five-part series identifying the term anti-racism and tracing the history of anti-racist movements across the South and in Arkansas, paying particular attention to how the involvement of white participants has affected these movements in the past.In coordination with the podcast, KUAF will also host along with The Fayetteville Public Library, a series of virtual community conversations around the topics brought up in each episode. The second conversation will continue the themes of Episode 2 of the podcast - working class solidarity in intergrated anit-racist movements. The event will take place November 19th from 6 to 7:30 PM. Registration for the event is required and can be found at the library’s website, www.faylib.org.You can listen to episodes of the podcast below.

Put Some Respect on Haiti's Name

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Haiti may be considered the poorest nation in the Western Hemisphere and a country we Americans only hear about when there's a massive earthquake or political turmoil. But Haiti is a nation with tremendous legacy. Haiti was a nation that beat three European empires to become a free nation. Haiti was the first nation to ban slavery. It was the first nation in Latin America and the Caribbean to achieve independence. And so much more. Our guest today is Obed Lamy, a Haitian scholar, journalist, and filmmaker. 

Hosts: Dr. Caree Banton and Warrington Sebree
Guest: Obed Lamy
Producer: Matthew Moore

Undisciplined is a production of KUAF.

Matthew Moore is a reporter and producer for Ozarks At Large. Before going into journalism, Matthew spent time in the music production industry, working with artists such as Reba McEntire, Steve Martin, 2 Chainz, and Chris Thile.
Caree Banton is an Assistant Professor of Afro-Caribbean History at the University of Arkansas who is jointly appointed in History and African and African American Studies. She received a MA in Development Studies from the University of Ghana in July, 2012 and completed her doctoral work at Vanderbilt University in June, 2013.
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