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Voices from the Cornell Encampment: Malak

In early May, pro-Palestinian activists at Cornell voluntarily took down their “Liberated Zone” solidarity encampment. In this series, we’ll listen to some of them explain why they participated and what they learned. Malak is a senior: “I came to the encampment because I’m Palestinian and I have family in Gaza. So it was really beautiful to see a community come together and stand together to demand divestment from the genocide. So seeing people like risk, you know, their education risk being suspended, arrested, assaulted, etc. I thought it was really beautiful. So I just want to be able to support in any way that I can, whether it be my presence, or donations,…

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CREATIVES: The Wedding Show with Sylvie Froncek and Mads Ziomek

By Felix Teitelbaum

The Wedding Show is an immersive and interactive theatre experience where you are a guest at a hilarious and heartfelt queer wedding.  Wine, beer and cider will be available for purchase on June 15th, 28th, 29th, July 5th and 6th at ⁠the Cherry Arts⁠. ⁠GIAC⁠ will host sober and family-friendly performances July 13th and 14th…

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CREATIVES: Sarah Towle, author of Crossing the Line: Finding America in the Borderlands [AUDIO]

By Felix Teitelbaum

Sarah Towle is the author of ⁠Crossing the Line: Finding America in the Bordelands⁠. Towle’s book explores the US immigration system or what she calls the global “deterence-to-detention-to-deportation complex” through the stories of the people on the ground: migrants and activists. What is the “crisis at the border” politicians and pundits talk about? What is…

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CREATIVES: G-Quan Booker on the “Play Of Delights” with Michael Rhynes

By Felix Teitelbaum

Michael Rhynes sat down with performer G-Quan Booker at Southside Community Center to talk about the upcoming performances of “Play Of Delights.” “Play Of Delights” is based on essays in The Book of Delights by award-winning author Ross Gay and brought to life as dance theater and original work. Afterward, there will be a potluck for…

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Juneteenth Preview on the Big Scoob Show [AUDIO]

By Felix Teitelbaum

Tuesday, May 28, 2024 at 2:15 PM. [AUDIO will post after the broadcast.] Dr. Nia Nunn, Kayla Matos, and the Reverend Kenneth Clarke join Big Scoob on a special Big Scoob Show, Tuesday, May 28 at 2pm to talk about Juneteenth, its significance, and local Juneteenth Celebrations. Dr. Nunn is a professor of education at…

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