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Apropos Of Something interviews experts on social justice, political activism, and the arts. Co-hosts Ellen Daniels in Charlottesville and Nancy Laurence in New York City. Saturdays from 10-11am, on WPVC 94.7.… Read More
Nancy Deutsch, Ph.D., Professor at the Curry School of Education and Director of Youth-Nex, The University of Virginia Center to Promote Effective Youth Development. We discussed campus gender-based violence, Title IX and the current administration’s roll-back of Obama’s guidance to address campus sexual violence; the role of afterschool programs in helping youth engage productively in their lives and in society; and more as noted below.… Read More
Fraser Neiman, Ph.D., Director of Archaeology at Jefferson’s Monticello. We discuss the Digital Archaeological Archive (DAACS) that Neiman was instrumental in creating, looking at slaves’ lives here in Virginia and across the Atlantic. … Read More
Priscilla Mendenhall, longtime Charlottesville equity activist and anti-racist educator who works to help immigrants locally through the group she convened, the Charlottesville Area Immigrant Resource and Advocacy Coalition (CIRAC).… Read More
Philip Zelikow is the White Burkett Miller Professor of History at the University of Virginia. He has served at all levels of American government, and for administrations of both parties—including roles at the White House, State Department, and Pentagon.… Read More
We spoke with Jalane Schmidt, Associate Professor of Religious Studies at the University of Virginia. She helped lead the effort to remove Charlottesville’s Confederate monuments and to organize residents against the ALT-right.… Read More
Louis Nelson, Professor of Architectural History and the Associate Dean in the School of Architecture. His current research looks at enslavement in West Africa and in the Americas. He is also studying the University of Virginia as a landscape of slavery.… Read More
Christine Mahoney, co-founder of the Alight Fund, which is empowering refugee entrepreneurs to grow small businesses in displacement-effected zones. Her new book is “Failure and Hope: Fighting for the Rights of the Forcibly Displaced.” She is Professor of Public Policy and Politics at the Frank Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy and Director of the Social Entrepreneurship at the University of Virginia.… Read More
A.D. Carson, UVA Professor of Hip-Hop and the Global South and Matthew Reeves, Director of Archaeology, at James Madison’s Montpelier.
A.D. Carson is a prolific writer, scholar and award-winning artist.… Read More
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