ATR 69 – Minorities and Politics – 05/12/2007 – Voicemail: 206-203-3983

It’s another all listener feedback episode as we continue our semi-hiatus here at Addicted to Race:

  • Jason, a new listener, calls in with his thoughts on the show
  • Liam McGrath encourages us to ask ourselves why we are here. Why do we listen to this podcast? Why are we engaged in these conversations? What do we want to accomplish?
  • Latoya Peterson comments on some recent news items on people of color and politics, including Condoleezza Rice’s dating life. Oooooo! :)

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Duration – 24:37
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4 thoughts on “ATR 69 – Minorities and Politics – 05/12/2007 – Voicemail: 206-203-3983”

  1. Liam, those are some excellent questions! The nerd that I am – I actually typed them up, so I can take some time to reflect on all that you said. I hope it’s okay that I reprint them on my blog too, crediting you and linking to your voicemail at AddictedtoRace, of course.

  2. The great thing about the slow down in podcasts here at ATR is that we can listen to the old ones. They are really great! The episodes with Claire Light & Octavia Butler were so good!

  3. Speaking of “the old ones” I should use this time to listen to the Robert Jensen episode. It was the first I’d heard of him. Since then, I’ve read two of his books, listened to numerous interviews, and read many of his articles! I’m sure I’ve thanked ATR before, but I’ll do it again. Thanks for introducing me to Jensen (and others)!

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