New Episode of All In Podcast Season 3 Is Here!

The wait is over – Episode 2 of All In Podcast Season 3 has arrived! Our host Miriam Castro sat down with Melissa Jones and Cristal Little to discuss how they have been educating Bay Area communities about rent moratoriums and equitable state-funding. They also detailed the benefits of their data-sharing collaboration during COVID. This powerful and timely conversation touches on many aspects of housing justice work, including aligning equity throughout decision-making, consistent community engagement, and the power of women leadership.

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Episodes from seasons 1-3 are available on SoundCloud, iTunes, Stitcher, and TuneIn.

Season 3 Episode 2

Equitable Data-Sharing & Engaging Communities in Housing Justice: An Interview with Melissa Jones and Cristal Little

Season 3 Episode 1 

Mass Surveillance of Black Bodies & Anti-Racist Data-Sharing: An Interview with Tawana Petty

Tawana Petty is a mother, social justice organizer, youth advocate, poet, and author. She is intricately involved in water rights advocacy, data, digital privacy rights education, racial justice, and equity work. She is the National Organizing Director at Data 4 Black Lives (D4BL), and director of Petty Propolis, a Black woman-led artist incubator primarily focused on cultivating visionary resistance through poetry, literacy and literary workshops, anti-racism facilitation, and social justice initiatives. Podcast Host Miriam Castro and Ms. Petty discuss how the push for biometric mass surveillance in Tawana’s home city of Detroit has contributed to the dehumanization of Black bodies during COVID-19. Tawana shares with Miriam the process all allies must take from allyship to co-liberation to foster real social justice and what steps organizations can make to create anti-racist data-sharing efforts.

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