On Trains: To All Migrants, Past Present, and Future — A live podcast recording about trains, undocumented/unauthorized migration, and settler-colonialism
Thursday, Feb 10, 2022 | 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
VIRTUAL EVENT - ZOOM WEBINAR
Radical Kinship Series — Scholars and Artists on Undocumented & Unauthorized Migration
On Trains: To All Migrants, Past, Present, and Future
with Angel (writer) and Kim (researcher)
Zoom Webinar – Click here to register.
Angel and Keish’s podcast, A Revolutionary Love Letter: to All Migrants, Past, Present, and Future, is organized around words and phrases that shape im/migrant narratives. They center the experiences of queer im/migrant artists, poets, troublemakers, and organizers whose works and organizing principles have inspired and sparked radical imaginations for what could be a world where we are all free. This talk presents the word trains to think about the history of labor, dispossession, displacement, and fugitivity. The podcasters ask: what sights, sounds, smells are evoked when you think of trains? Were you taught about whose bodies and lands were violated/crossed in the building of railroads? What might trains signify to migrants who are deemed “undocumented” or “unauthorized” by this settler-colonial government known colloquially as the United States of America? Listen to previous episodes of the podcast here.
The Radical Kinship Series is curated and hosted by CRG’s Arts and Humanities Initiative Research Scholar, Alán Pelaez Lopez.
Series co-sponsored by On the Same Page Program, the Multicultural Community Center, the Undocumented Student Program, and the Berkeley Interdisciplinary Migration Initiative at UC Berkeley.
IMPORTANT: We will begin allowing access to the webinar at 3:55 pm PT. Those unable to access the webinar via Zoom can view the conversation via livestream at CRG’s Facebook Page here: https://www.facebook.com/crg.berkeley
*If you require an accommodation for effective communication (ASL interpreting/CART captioning, alternative media formats, etc.) to fully participate in this event, please contact Ariana Ceja at firstname.lastname@example.org with as much advance notice as possible and at least 7-10 days in advance of the event.