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A Tomarnos un Té is an RRC original podcast that began Spring Quater 2020 by Arte y Cultura inter Nasca Gordillo. Join our podcast host along with special guests as they have thoughtful discussions over poems, films, art pieces, music, and many other topics! We are so excited to bring this new platform to comunidad and we want to hear from you. If there are any topics you'd like us to touch upon, send us an email at raza@ucsd.edu or visit our instagram @rrcucsd and comment on our "A Tomarnos un Té" posts!

Episode #1: 

Join RRC intern, Nasca, and a special guest as they have thoughtful discussions over poet, Yesika Salgado's work in her book "Hermosa."  Visit https://soundcloud.com/user-68270592 to have a listen!

Episode #2:

Join RRC interns Nasca and Ariana have in depth conversations about the 2014 Argentine film “Relatos Salvajes.” Visit https://soundcloud.com/user-68270592/atut-episode-2-relatos-salvajes-2014to have a listen!

Episode #3:

Join us for Episode 3 of A Tomarnos un Té! This week, Nasca invites Cami Gonzales, an artist based in Central and Southern California as well (as Chile and Uruguay on occasion,) to talk about her work, artistry, and personal experiences. Check out her jewelry brand @mano_a_manos on instagram! Visit https://soundcloud.com/user-68270592/atut-episode-3-a-chat-with-an-artist-friend to have a listen!

Episode #4:

This week, Nasca chats with Andrés Corella, a musician based in Tijuana, Baja California. Join them as they discuss Andrés's artistic journey in creating and contributing to "Policias y Ladrones," "Parque de Cometas," as well as other projects. Visit https://soundcloud.com/user-68270592/atut-episode-4-indie-tijuana-bands to have a listen to Episode 4
Find these bands on Spotify, Bandcamp, Instagram and Facebook below:

Episode #5: Special Series: Black Lives Matter- Part 1

For this first episode, join ATUT host, Nasca, and the RRC’s Social Justice Intern for the 2020 academic year, Jeanine Santacruz in their chat about the role of protests, systemic racism, LatinX accountability among other topics surrounding BLM. You can engage in these discussions alongside Nasca and Jeanine by tuning in on Mondays through Instagram or the RRC’s Soundcloud linked here: https://soundcloud.com/user-68270592/atut-special-series-black-lives-matter-part-1
Additionally, Jeanine has constructed a list of recommended readings and resources to supplement this series:

  • Angela Davis, "Women Race and Class"
  • Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor, "From #BlackLivesMatter to Black Liberation"
  • Combahee River Collective Statement combaheerivercollective.weebly.com/the-com…nt.html
  • Justin Akers Chacón, "Radicals in the Barrio"(this book has a lot of history regarding anarchist and communist organization in the South West in early 1900s, late 1800s)
  • Robin Kelley, "Hammer and Hoe"(on Black communists)
    Thanks for listening!

Episode #6: Special Series: Black Lives Matter- Part 2

This week, join Nasca, Jeanine as they continue their chat about the role of protests, systemic racism, LatinX accountability among other topics surrounding BLM. You can engage in these discussions alongside Nasca and Jeanine by tuning in on Mondays through Instagram or the RRC’s Soundcloud linked here: https://soundcloud.com/user-68270592/atut-special-series-black-lives-matter-part-2
Additionally, Jeanine has constructed a list of recommended readings and resources to supplement this series:

  • Angela Davis, "Women Race and Class"
  • Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor, "From #BlackLivesMatter to Black Liberation"
  • Combahee River Collective Statement combaheerivercollective.weebly.com/the-com…nt.html
  • Justin Akers Chacón, "Radicals in the Barrio"(this book has a lot of history regarding anarchist and communist organization in the South West in early 1900s, late 1800s)
  • Robin Kelley, "Hammer and Hoe"(on Black communists)

Episode #7: Special Series: Black Lives Matter- Part 3

This week, join Nasca, Jeanine as they dive deeper into the theme of LatinX accountability to anti blackness among other topics surrounding BLM. You can engage in these discussions alongside Nasca and Jeanine by tuning in through Instagram or the RRC’s Soundcloud linked here: https://soundcloud.com/user-68270592/atut-special-series-black-lives-matter-part-3

Additionally, Jeanine has constructed a list of recommended readings and resources to supplement this series:

  • Angela Davis, "Women Race and Class"
  • Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor, "From #BlackLivesMatter to Black Liberation"
  • Combahee River Collective Statement combaheerivercollective.weebly.com/the-com…nt.html
  • Justin Akers Chacón, "Radicals in the Barrio"(this book has a lot of history regarding anarchist and communist organization in the South West in early 1900s, late 1800s)
  • Robin Kelley, "Hammer and Hoe"(on Black communists)
Thanks for listening!

More episodes coming soon!