APROPOS OF SOMETHING with Ellen Daniels and Nancy Laurence

Apropos of Something is a new show on Saturday mornings from 10-11am.

Why? Because in these queasy times we need our information mixed with a little humor.
Co-hosted by best friends Ellen Daniels in our Charlottesville studio, and Nancy Laurence, in New York City, “Apropos of Something” talks to Charlottesville citizens who are most impacted by the latest “scratch-your-head” federal policies.

Every week they talk to experts, activists, and the most interesting people they can find. We guarantee every show will be “Apropos of Something.”

Saturdays from 10-11am, on WPVC 94.7, Resistance Radio.

Immigration and The Executive Order Travel Ban
Rachel Adams recently worked alongside Syrian refugees in Greece; Harriet Kuhr, Director, International Rescue Committee (IRC); Elizabeth Valtierra, Chicana teen activist; Richard Schragger, University of Virginia, law professor, expert on the constitution, and city law

Cville Activism & the Liberal Redneck
Indivisible Charlottesville co-founders Ken Horne & Leanne Fox; The Liberal Redneck, Trae Crowder and comedian Corey Ryan Forrester

Two Topics: Deportation and Gender Justice

Edward Summers,Immigration attorney; Edgar Lara, Community Engagement Coordinator with Sin Barreras; Mimi Arbeit, Ph.D., Postdoctoral Fellow with Youth-Nex at the University of Virginia.

Desegregation, Black History through Film, A Teen Refugee
Dr. Patrice Preston Grimes, expert on desegregation and education policy. She is Associate Dean, Office of African American Affairs, and Education professor at the University of Virginia; Lorenzo Dickerson, documentary filmmaker. His work focuses on African American issues from a historical perspective. His latest film is “Albemarle’s Black Classrooms.” Kibiriti Majuto, a student, activist, and refugee from the Democratic Republic of the Congo; Deborah Prum, award-winning author, humorist.

Islam & Feminism and World Water Economics
Feyza Burak-Adli is an expert on Islamic Feminism. She teaches courses at UVA on Islam, feminism, and nationalism in the Middle East; Peter Debaere, PhD., is Associate Professor of Business Administration at the Darden School. He is an international economist who in recent years has been researching and teaching the economics of water.
World Water at UVA

Planned Parenthood, SURJ Charlottesville, and Girl Up
Guests: Zirkle, Planned Parenthood South Atlantic in Charlottesville; Victoria Valdes, SURJ-Charlottesville; Nivedha Kannapadi and Emily Hayes of Girl Up, United Nations Foundation.

Waking up to our Colonialism: Native American History; and Espionage
Yudhijit Bhattacharjee, award-winning writer whose features and essays on espionage, cybercrime, science and medicine. We talk about his latest book, “The Spy Who Couldn’t Spell,” and more; Dr. Kasey Keeler, Native American Studies postdoctoral fellow in American Studies at the University of Virginia. Her research examines American Indian sub-urbanization, American Indian housing policy, settler colonialism, with a particular focus on Minnesota. She is an enrolled member of the Citizen Potawatomi Nation of Oklahoma and affiliated with the Tuolumne Me-Wuk of California.

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