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Bad Radical Radio

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Bad Radical Radio is an interview series podcast about people of color activists, change makers, and thinkers within NYU and New York at large.

Latest Episodes

BRR 005: Storytelling While Black w/ CHATTYAFRO

EToday's BRR guest, CHATTYAFRO, is a cultural commentator and filmmaker from Chicago. She writes for NextWaveChicago.com and has curated a Spotify playlist with New York-based DJ Ancira called AFRO//ANCIRA. Natalie and CHATTYAFRO talk womanism, Chicago, and spirituality.

28 MINAPR 19
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BRR 005: Storytelling While Black w/ CHATTYAFRO

BRR 004: Black Woman Activist w/ Doraian Givens

EToday's BRR guest, Doraian Givens, is a sophomore at NYU Gallatin and creator of @BlackWomanActivist, a platform for news and commentary in regard to the Black community. Natalie and Doraian discuss black women activists, colorism, and exclusionary politics.

19 MINAPR 12
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BRR 004: Black Woman Activist w/ Doraian Givens

BRR 003: Violence Against Journalists w/ Zoe Yu Gilligan

EToday's BRR guest, Zoe Yu Gilligan, is acreative based in Brooklyn, New York. She is also Managing Editor of Crybaby Zine. Her work may be found athttps://zoemalaya.com/. Natalie and Zoe discuss Filipina journalist Maria Ressa, displacement, and accessibility in higher education.

31 MINAPR 12
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BRR 003: Violence Against Journalists w/ Zoe Yu Gilligan

BRR 002: Hawai'i Statehood w/ Dean Saranillio

EToday's BRR guest, Dean Saranillio, is an assistant professor of Social & Cultural Analysis at NYU whose work focusesoncultural politics at the intersection of diaspora and indigeneity. Natalie and Dean discuss education, Hawai'i statehood, Muana Kea, climate crisis, and native dispossession.

40 MINMAR 22
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BRR 002: Hawai'i Statehood w/ Dean Saranillio

BRR 001: The Prison Industrial Complex w/ Brian Ruiz

EToday's BRR guest, Brian Ruiz, is an NYU Gallatin sophomore whose work focuseson how the prison industrial complex affects marginalized communities and groups of color within New York City. Natalie and Brian discuss student relations with public safety officers on NYU's campus, gentrification as it relates to redlining, and The Incarceration to Education Coalition's protests urging NYU to divest from food provider, Aramark.

17 MINMAR 8
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BRR 001: The Prison Industrial Complex w/ Brian Ruiz
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Latest Episodes

BRR 005: Storytelling While Black w/ CHATTYAFRO

EToday's BRR guest, CHATTYAFRO, is a cultural commentator and filmmaker from Chicago. She writes for NextWaveChicago.com and has curated a Spotify playlist with New York-based DJ Ancira called AFRO//ANCIRA. Natalie and CHATTYAFRO talk womanism, Chicago, and spirituality.

28 MINAPR 19
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BRR 005: Storytelling While Black w/ CHATTYAFRO

BRR 004: Black Woman Activist w/ Doraian Givens

EToday's BRR guest, Doraian Givens, is a sophomore at NYU Gallatin and creator of @BlackWomanActivist, a platform for news and commentary in regard to the Black community. Natalie and Doraian discuss black women activists, colorism, and exclusionary politics.

19 MINAPR 12
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BRR 004: Black Woman Activist w/ Doraian Givens

BRR 003: Violence Against Journalists w/ Zoe Yu Gilligan

EToday's BRR guest, Zoe Yu Gilligan, is acreative based in Brooklyn, New York. She is also Managing Editor of Crybaby Zine. Her work may be found athttps://zoemalaya.com/. Natalie and Zoe discuss Filipina journalist Maria Ressa, displacement, and accessibility in higher education.

31 MINAPR 12
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BRR 003: Violence Against Journalists w/ Zoe Yu Gilligan

BRR 002: Hawai'i Statehood w/ Dean Saranillio

EToday's BRR guest, Dean Saranillio, is an assistant professor of Social & Cultural Analysis at NYU whose work focusesoncultural politics at the intersection of diaspora and indigeneity. Natalie and Dean discuss education, Hawai'i statehood, Muana Kea, climate crisis, and native dispossession.

40 MINMAR 22
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BRR 002: Hawai'i Statehood w/ Dean Saranillio

BRR 001: The Prison Industrial Complex w/ Brian Ruiz

EToday's BRR guest, Brian Ruiz, is an NYU Gallatin sophomore whose work focuseson how the prison industrial complex affects marginalized communities and groups of color within New York City. Natalie and Brian discuss student relations with public safety officers on NYU's campus, gentrification as it relates to redlining, and The Incarceration to Education Coalition's protests urging NYU to divest from food provider, Aramark.

17 MINMAR 8
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BRR 001: The Prison Industrial Complex w/ Brian Ruiz
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