Episode #106: PB & J (Phoebe and Justice)

Sitting down with Phoebe Clark, PAYCE Fellow Meredith Howe (University of New Hampshire) spoke to her about activism in her life. Clark, a senior at Drake University, spoke about the time she and friends disrupted a Republican event, her views on “diversity of tactics,” labels, and how she began to look positively at activism after disillusionment.

Songs credits:
Greg Atkinson “Crick’s Unnecessary Children,” Parvus Decree “Into Oblivion (Partially
Recomposed),” Broke for Free “Night Owl,” Transpanda “Thunder Panda,” Lonely Punk “Easter
Island” – all music from FreeMusicArchive.org


Episode #104: Farms, Feminism and Organizing

Ash Bruxvoort is a young adult active in the local Democratic Socialists of America and Women, Food, and Agriculture Network. PAYCE Fellow Majd Aburrub (Al Quds-Bard) considers what we can learn for ourselves by following Ash’s example of solidarity and helping others.  Ash’s superpower is her concern for the question: “How can I help bring out what makes that person special and draw their attention to it?”



#108: Organizing for empowerment

Ash Bruxvoort, an Iowa native, organizer at the Women, Food, and Agriculture Network, and member of the Democratic Socialists of America, speaks about her role in the community. Taylor Zitkus (University of Hartford) explores how Ash offers advice for women in the political realm, talks about the challenges she faces, and encourages young adults to become more involved.

Music credits: Title: “Inspirational Indie” and “Acoustic Inspiring” by Artist: Nazar Rybak http://www.hooksounds.com/

 


#106: PB & J (Phoebe and Justice)

Sitting down with Phoebe Clark, Meredith Howe (University of New Hampshire) spoke to her about activism in her life. Clark, a senior at Drake University, spoke about the time her and friends disrupted a Republican event, her views on “diversity of tactics,” labels, and how she began to look positively at activism after disillusionment.

Songs credits:
Greg Atkinson “Crick’s Unnecessary Children,” Parvus Decree “Into Oblivion (Partially
Recomposed),” Broke for Free “Night Owl,” Transpanda “Thunder Panda,” Lonely Punk “Easter
Island” – all music from FreeMusicArchive.org


#104: Farms, feminism, and organizing

Ash Bruxvoort is a young adult active in the local Democratic Socialists of America and Women, Food, and Agriculture Network. PAYCE Fellow Majd Aburrub (Al Quds-Bard) considers what we can learn for ourselves by following Ash’s example of solidarity and helping others.  Ash’s superpower is her attention to the question: “How can I help bring out what makes that person special and draw their attention to it?”