"What We Owe" Podcast Part 1
Adiam Woldu and Bri Ramirez drew material from the oral history interviews in the Chicago Anti-Apartheid Movement collection for this first podcast. Narrators include Cheryl Johnson-Odim, William Williamson, Funeka Sihlali, Prexy Nesbitt, and Carol Thompson, Chicago activists involved in the global protest of the apartheid government in South and Southern Africa. The students introduce apartheid and highlight five of the activists oral histories. Length: 16:17 minutes.
Columbia College Chicago
Cheryl Johnson-Odim, Willie Williamson, Funeka Sihlali, Prexy Nesbitt, Carol Thompson, South Africa, United States, anti-apartheid movement, Chicago
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Woldu, Adiam and Ramirez, Bri, ""What We Owe" Podcast Part 1" (2022). What We Owe: Columbia College Chicago Oral History Model in Action. 3.
Through a Council of Independent Colleges (CIC) grant, undergraduate students Adiam Woldu and Bri Ramirez created these two podcasts in 2022 drawing from the oral history interviews in the Chicago Anti-Apartheid Movement collection held at Columbia College Chicago.