From Civil Rights to Black Lives Matter: Houston's Community Organizing against Anti-Black Racism
UH's Hobby School of Public Affairs and the Center for Public History have co-sponsored a series of podcasts on Houston's community organizing for racial justice, both its history and present moment. The podcasts are an opportunity to tell and record stories not widely known, to an audience that is learning about the lasting impact of social movements and the work, love, and persistence that goes into them.
1.) Debbie Harwell (Center for Public History) interviews Gene Locke and Algenita Davis on Civil Rights activism in Houston
2.) Erika Henderson (Assistant Vice Provost) interviews Cherry Steinwender, Executive Director the Center for Healing of Racism
3.) Kevin B. Thompson (African American Studies) interviews Ashton P. Woods is director of BLM:HOU
4.) Johanna Luttrell (Hobby School of Public Affairs) interviews Secunda Joseph, Brandi Holmes, and Carie Cauley, members of the Imaginoir: BLM/HTX collective
5) Johanna Luttrell (Hobby School of Public Affairs) interviews Secunda Joseph, Brandi Holmes, and Carie Cauley, members of the Imaginoir: BLM/HTX collective