Virtual Roundtable 2: Radical Care and Folk Traditions
This discussion explores the ways in which people in their communities are drawing on folk traditions (corridos, art, embroidery, graffiti, gritos, verbal arts, music, dance, dress, and more) in news ways during this era to band together, to protest, to engage in collective action, to mourn, to celebrate, to offer support, to create moments of 'radical care" in their communities.
Suzanne Seriff, Ph.D Senior Lecturer, Dept. of Anthropology; Director, Arts and Social Justice Internship Program, Schusterman Center for Jewish Studies University of Texas at Austin
Dr. Yolanda Chávez Leyva Director, Institute of Oral History Associate Professor Department of History The University of Texas at El Paso
Ricardo A. Garay Program Manager -Community Engagement and Health Equity Department of Population Health Dell Medical School | The University of Texas at Austin
Moderated by: Charlie Lockwood Executive Director Texas Folklife
This program is made possible in part by a grant from Humanities Texas, the state affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities.