This podcast reflects on how the public space has been politically used by marginalized groups across the Americas and what the ‘noise’ created in protest by various groups has accomplished. Through an interdisciplinary approach, we will analyze and compare how different movements reappropriated the places from which they have been historically expelled.
7 years after the Ferguson Uprising: A Conversation with Jae Shepherd
In this final episode of SPAA we talk with abolitionist Jae Shepherd about their involvement in the Ferguson Uprising following the murder of Michael Brown. Looking back 7 years later we talk about what has changed and what still remains to be done.
Slam Politics- A conversation with Mel Duarte
In this episode we speak to Brazilian Slam poet Mel Duarte about the dynamics of slam poetry as a form of protest in the Brazilian context.
¿Crowd, the people or malón? A conversation with Ezequiel Adamovsky
In this episode we speak to Argentinian Historian Ezequiel Adamovsky about the worker’s mobilization in Buenos Aires, Argentina on October 17th, 1945.
Introduction to SPAA
In the very first episode of SPAA our hosts introduce themselves and tell us a little more about what we can expect to hear in the upcoming episodes and introduce the cases and guests featured in season 1 of SPAA!
Welcome to SPAA, a podcast that explores the hemispheric history of street politics across the Americas.