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Ep 306 - Dixon Romeo The guys have the opportunity to chop it up with organizing stalwart and long-time comrade Dixon Romeo. Dixon is the Campaigns Director for United Working Families, and is one of the cofounders of Not Me We, a group building community power in South Shore. He breaks down his tactics and methodologies for supporting his neighbors in the fight for housing protections, how the Obama Presidential Center is already impacting South Shore, and how a leaderful movement is the only path forward.

SHOW NOTES
United Working Families - https://www.unitedworkingfamilies.org/

Not Me We - https://instagram.com/notmewe_

Follow Dixon - https://www.instagram.com/dixonromeo/
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Ep 306 - Dixon Romeo The guys have the opportunity to chop it up with organizing stalwart and long-time comrade Dixon Romeo. Dixon is the Campaigns Director for United Working Families, and is one of the cofounders of Not Me We, a group building community power in South Shore. He breaks down his tactics and methodologies for supporting his neighbors in the fight for housing protections, how the Obama Presidential Center is already impacting South Shore, and how a leaderful movement is the only path forward.

SHOW NOTES
United Working Families - https://www.unitedworkingfamilies.org/

Not Me We - https://instagram.com/notmewe_

Follow Dixon - https://www.instagram.com/dixonromeo/
Cottage Groove #23 - Ariel Zetina Guest Mix This month's Cottage Groove guest DJ mix comes to us from Ariel Zetina. Ariel is a Chicago based artist, focusing in music production and deejaying. Though her music can be considered techno, she takes inspiration from Chicago house, Belizean genres punta and brukdown, and the queer club scene worldwide. She's a resident DJ at the legendary Smartbar here in Chicago.

You can hear more of her music here: https://linktr.ee/arielzetina.

Hear all of the Cottage Groove Mixes: http://soundcloud.com/airgoradio/sets/cottage-groove-mixes

TRACKLIST
DJ Gigola, Kev Koko, Perra Inmuda - No Es Amor
CVNT TR4XXX - Can't Hide From House
Jesse Saunders ft. Banig - Rock It (Col Lawton Dub)
Annika Wolfe - Vibrate (No Vox)
Tinashe - X (ft. Jeremih)
O'ner - Magnetic Feel
D. Tiffany, Roza Terenzi - Liquorice Skritch
Ariel Zetina x ???????- ?????? (forthcoming)
Laenz - Leopard Gate
Maurice & Da Posse - I Got A Big Dick
Michael Andrews - Goldfish
DEBIT - 5th Night
Maara - Take the Wheel Miss Sweetie
dj genderfluid - let's get funky
RAVETRX & Mani Festo - Feels Good Inside
Bitter Babe & Nick Leon - Delirio
Mister Wallace - HATERAID (Ariel Zetina Remix)
Wilhemina x Jasmine Infiniti - Im Baby
PlayPlay - Maneuvers (Drvmmy Remix)
Ikävä Pii - East Wing Oslo House
aya - and eats itself and eats itself and eats itself
Club Politix - Morning Recording
Viikatory - Assigned to Main Mix
Asquith - Forget the Past
Sophie B. Hawkins - As I Lay Me Down
(Español) Ep 305 - One Million Experiments Parte 8: Taller Salud con Zinnia Alejandro ¡El equipo de 1ME está muy feliz de recibir a Zinnia Alejandro de Taller Salud en el podcast! Zinnia es la directora del programa Acuerdo de Paz a Taller Salud, una organización feminista de base comunitaria dedicada a mejorar el acceso de las mujeres a la salud, reducir la violencia en entornos comunitarios y fomentar el desarrollo económico a través de la educación y el activismo. Fundada en 1979, Taller Salud es una organización independiente, no gubernamental, sin fines de lucro.

Para nuestro primer episodio bilingüe, estamos publicando dos versiones, una en inglés y otra en español. Puede encontrar ambas versiones en el feed de su podcast, así como las transcripciones disponibles en los sitios web de AirGo y One Million Experiments.

Gracias a nuestro coanfitriona Melissa Duprey, y tambien a Franceli Chapman-Varela para narración en traducción.

SHOW NOTES:

Lee la transcripción aquí - https://drive.google.com/file/d/1rdiZLmrED-52ivnsCwiHSxqyoRp0VSIP/view?usp=sharing

Aprende mas - https://www.tallersalud.com/

Escucha a One Million Experiments en ingles - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/one-million-experiments/id1589966282
(English) Ep 305 - One Million Experiments Part 8: Taller Salud with Zinnia Alejandro The 1ME team is so hyped to welcome Zinnia Alejandro from Taller Salud onto the pod! Zinnia is the director of the Acuerdo de Paz (peace accord) program at Taller Salud, which is a community based feminist organization dedicated to improving women’s access to health care, to reducing violence within the community and to encourage economic growth through education and activism. Founded in 1979, the organization is based in Loíza, Puerto Rico.

For our first bilingual episode, we are releasing two versions–one in English and one in Spanish. You can find both versions on your podcast feed, as well as transcripts available on the AirGo and One Million Experiments websites.

SHOW NOTES
Read the transcript here - https://drive.google.com/file/d/1xZ8kx62HGbMEvS68ONLgrXpRrIrZU9QP/view?usp=sharing

Learn more about Taller Salud - https://www.tallersalud.com/
Through The Portal Episode 3 - Global Justice with Harsha Walia Through the Portal is a podcast from the Social Justice Portal Project, a national collaborative think tank hosted by the Social Justice Initiative at the University of Illinois Chicago. Each month, grassroots activists and radical scholars will give voice to community struggles, national strategies and sustainable alternatives for the future. The guest speakers, who are also Portal Project participants, explore what it means to walk through the portal of the current moment by centering racial and social justice issues.

On Episode 3, Damon and Teresa talk with Harsha Walia. Harsha is the award-winning author of Undoing Border Imperialism (2013) and, most recently, Border and Rule (2021). Trained in the law, she is a community organizer and campaigner in migrant justice, anti-capitalist, feminist, and anti-imperialist movements, including No One Is Illegal and Women’s Memorial March Committee. She breaks down how borders are central to carceral systems, the lessons to be learned from indigenous boundary protection, and what is more possible when we emerge through the portal into a borderless world.

SHOW NOTES
Learn more about Harsha's work - https://twitter.com/HarshaWalia

Learn more about the Portal Project: https://sjiportalproject.com/
BONUS - Chicago Transformation Collab w/ Insha Rahman, Sam Sinyangwe, Sharone Mitchell & Lacy Wright On this bonus episode, we hear a conversation recorded live at the Chicago Transformation Collab on June 26th, 2022. The Collab brought together a select community of leaders to get aligned in the current moment, have transformative conversations, and build stronger collaborative visions in the fight against fearmongering, carceral policies, and attempts to rollback modest reforms. This conversation, entitled "What We're Up Against," discusses the tension between the messages we want to share, and the messages people are ready to hear. In a conversation that centers the importance of this moment for narrative alignment in Chicago, panelists will discuss tactics that have succeeded or faltered in the past and what lessons we can glean from such outcomes.

Participants include:
Insha Rahman, Vice President of Advocacy and Partnerships, Vera Institute of Justice
Sam Sinynagwe, Founder, Mapping Police Violence & Police Scorecard
Sharone Mitchell, Public Defender, Cook County
Lacy Wright, Executive Director, Hillman Grad Foundation

SHOW NOTES
Learn about the Chicago Transformation Summit: http://chicagotransformation.org/summit/
BONUS - Talking Toward Repair @ Columbia University's Oral History Masters Program The guys recently had the opportunity to be a part of Columbia University's Anti-Oppression and Decolonial Oral History workshop series. They hosted the final workshop in the series, entitled Talking Toward Repair, in which they break down how AirGo is attempting to create an anticolonial practice of dialogue, media-making, and archive-building. We wanted to share some pieces of the workshop as a teaching tool and resource for how to create humanizing, subject-to-subject dialogue in service of liberation!

Bring AirGo to your campus or organization Hit up bookings@alliedmedia.org or go to http://airgoradio.com/booking.

You can watch video of the workshop here - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RQHFokyNdjg
BONUS - Dame and Kiss on City Cast Chicago Recently Dame and Kiss had the opportunity to hop on City Cast Chicago, a daily news podcast, fresh every weekday at 6 a.m. It’s a smart and delightful new way to connect with the city we share. With host Jacoby Cochran, the guys talk about the use of Chicago as a political scapegoat for politicians unwilling to offer common sense solutions to gun violence, Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s 10 p.m. curfew for minors, the environmental justice fight to end “sacrifice zones,” and some more book-themed good news you definitely want to stick around for!

Subscribe to City Cast Chicago - https://podcasts.apple.com/pl/podcast/city-cast-chicago/id1557798148

Learn more and subscribe to their morning newsletter at http://citycast.fm/chicago
BONUS - Mother Country Radicals AirGo's excited to help spread the word about a new show from our movement family!

Zayd Dohrn was born underground - his parents were radicals and counter-culture outlaws, on the run from the FBI. Now Zayd takes us back to the 1970s, when his parents and their young friends in the Weather Underground Organization declared war on the United States government. They brawled with riot cops on the streets of Chicago, bombed the Pentagon and the U.S. Capitol, broke comrades out of prison, and teamed up with Black militant groups to rob banks, fight racism - and help build a revolution. The first episodes just came out, subscribe wherever you get your pods!
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