Content warning: sexual violence, genocide, militarization.
In this two-part episode, Pass the MiC features four brave voices to speak about the current occupation in Palestine, Kashmir, and Hong Kong. In Part 1, we discuss legacies of colonization, tactics of violence, and the importance of unbiased media. In Part 2, we continue about the fight for self-determination, the current wave of dangerous nationalism, and the possibility of success in our current global structure.
The University of Michigan Ann Arbor is among the top public universities in the country, with access to exclusive resources such as research facilities, state of the art libraries and renowned faculty, all available to its student body.
What is masculinity? In the #MeToo era, feminism has been at the forefront of gendered conversations in the U.S. While women are increasingly feeling empowered by their community, open conversations about male identities are rare. The coined term, “toxic masculinity,” is defined by the New York Times as as men who suppress emotions, mask distress, maintain an appearance of hardness and use violence as an indicator of power.
Welcome to our first jam session of the season. Indian classical music is known for its breadth and versatility. On this episode we have three singers from the Michigan Sahana, the Indian classical music and dance organization on our campus. Our episode delves into the differences and similarities of two types of Indian classical music, Hindustani and Carnatic.
As a college campus we have both the city and university police. There have been many updates with the ann Arbor police recently, including a $373 thousand police body cam investment, the hire of a new police chief, and the creation of the police oversight commission.
We talk with Michigan Daily Senior News Editor Leah Graham and Vice Chair of the Ann Arbor Police Oversight Commission, Lisa Jackson, to learn more about these updates.