"Outspoken" by LOUDwomen

IN COLLABORATION WITH: 

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We created this series to encourage discussions about important social issues. Throughout this series, we will be discussing Diversifying Education, Voter Education, Voter Suppression, How Coronavirus has impacted different demographics and Intersectional Feminism.

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Diversifying Education in Arkansas with Shelby Oliver

Shelby is a Government and AP Human Geography Teacher in Springdale, Arkansas. She brings an interesting perspective as an educator at the beginning of her career.

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Voter Education in Arkansas

with Skyler wiens

Skyer Wiens is an AP Government and AP Economics teacher in Centerton, Arkansas. She discusses the importance of Voter Education in High School curriculum. 

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The effect of COVID-19

on different demographics

with Dr. Casey t. harris

Dr. Harris is a Sociology and Criminology graduate Professor at the University of Arkansas. 

He discusses his research on the effect of COVID-19 on different demographics in the United States.

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Intersectional Feminism

with Dr. lisa corrigan

Dr. Lisa M. Corrigan (Ph.D. University of Maryland) is a Professor of Communication and Director of the Gender Studies Program at the University of Arkansas. She is a feminist critical race scholar who researches and teaches in the areas of intimacy studies, social movement studies, the Black Power and civil rights movements, prison studies, feminist studies, and the history of the Cold War. Her first book, Prison Power: How Prison Politics Influenced the Movement for Black Liberation (University Press of Mississippi, 2016), is the recipient
of the 2017 Diamond Anniversary Book Award and the 2017 African American Communication and Culture Division Outstanding Book Award, both from the National Communication Association. Her second book is titled, Black Feelings: Race and Affect in the Long Sixties (University Press of Mississippi, 2020). Finally, she co-hosts a popular podcast with Laura Weiderhaft called Lean Back: Critical Feminist Conversations. She is currently working on a book about political intimacies. 
We had the honor of speaking with her about "Intersectional Feminism". 

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postcolonial Feminism

with phoebe suh

Phoebe Suh is a third-year student at Harvard University. She studies Women, Gender, and Sexuality with a focus in Postcolonial Feminism.  We discuss "Postcolonial Feminism" and Intersectionality with her.