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Shannon Cram participates in Hanford Forum for Shared Conversation

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IAS faculty member Shannon Cram participated in the annual Hanford Forum for Shared Conversation in August.  The Forum is a three-day event that brings 40-50 people together each year to have open, insightful discussions about cleanup at Washington State's Hanford Nuclear Reservation.  Cram is ...

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Deborah Caplow teaches and organizes exhibit in Oaxaca, Mexico

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IAS faculty member Deborah Caplow spent July in Oaxaca, Mexico where she organized an exhibition of graphic art that will take place there in November 2018.  She also taught a week-long course on the Mexican printmaker Leopoldo Méndez, his group the Taller de Gráfica Popular, and contemporary printmaking in Oaxaca, at the Instituto de Artes Gráficas in Oaxaca. The course ...

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Amani Sawari interviewed on Democracy Now! about #august21 prison strike

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IAS alum Amani Sawari (’16, Media & Communication Studies and Law, Economics & Public Policy) was interviewed by Amy Goodman on Democracy Now! on 21 August 2018.  The focus of the interview was work she is doing on #august21 prison strike.  Sawari was the station manager for UWave Radio and also the Program Coordinator for Student Media at UW Bothell.  The whole program is available on the Democracy Now! site.  Here is a short excerpt...

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Frances Lee publishes free syllabus on critical activist culture

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Master of Arts in Cultural Studies alum Frances Lee ('18) published "Woker Than Thou: an experimental syllabus" for a ten-week course on critical activist culture. Frances makes it a free and accessible resource for educators, activists, and organizers to use and adapt to their community needs. The course facilitates open, theory-based discussion of modern aspects of leftist activist culture, including identity, call-outs, cultural appropriation, "wokeness", and ...

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Kari Lerum receives Washington State Labor Research Grant

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IAS faculty member Kari Lerum has received a Washington State Labor Research Grant from the Harry Bridges Center for Labor Studies at University of Washington. The grant will fund the first year of her new research project, “Assessing the impact of anti-trafficking legislation on transgender sex workers.” This research comes out of years of community-based work, most recently with the Coalition for the Rights and Safety of People in the Sex Trade and the Seattle LGBQ commission. This project will focus on ...

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