CU Chicanx/Latinx History Collection
CU Chicanx History Collection
Session 2B: Race and Memory in Local Histories: Creating a Podcast Influenced by Los Seis de Boulder
Student Assistant at CU Boulder Center for Humanities & the Arts
Media Production and Journalism ‘23
Sideris, Sabrina Carolina
Program Director, INVST Community Studies, CU Engage, School of Education, CU Boulder
1 video : color, sound; 01:12:27
presentations (communicative events)
Equitable access to landscapes can and has impacted the safety and livelihood of Boulder’s Chicanx and Latinx residents. In this podcast produced by CU Boulder’s Boulder Affordable Housing Research Initiative (BAHRI), students and faculty explore the connections between the issue of affordable housing, its impact on the Latinx and Chicanx community in Boulder, and Los Seis de Boulder. This presentation explores how the podcast was produced and the ways in which the deaths of Los Seis exemplify systemic and geographic segregation.An audience Q&A will follow the presentation.
01:54 Danielle Urbina and Areyana Proctor prepare for the presentation; 03:30 Sabrina Carolina Sideris joins the group and prepares for the presentation; 12:25 Danielle introduces the presentation and the speakers; 15:50 Sabrina begins their presentation titled "Race & Local History: Creating a Podcast Influenced by Los Seis de Boulder." Sabrina mentions that the topic of exclusion in the housing market in Boulder will be discussed in detail during the presentation; 16:21 Areyana names the six victims of the Los Seis car bombings. Sabrina talks about the different languages and terminology used to described Latinx peoples. She continues to talk about George Lipsitz' work; 19:20 Areyana talks about Johanna B. Maes' experience as a student and activist at CU Boulder; 25:00 Areyana talks about the housing prices in Boulder, Colorado compared to the county's population; 29:28 Areyana summarizes what Sabrina and her have learned from interviews they conducted with the Latinx community and discrimination in the housing market in Boulder; 40:00 Sabrina asks the audience how they feel about place based discrimination and racism in housing at Boulder; 41:40 [Taylor Johnson] admits that this information is not surprising and expresses how far her BIPOC friends have to commute to go to school; 43:00 [Emma Pena_Mccleav...] expresses that nothing in Boulder has changed over the years; 44:00 [Dr. Lupita Montoya] admits that the biggest issue in Boulder is the poor housing situation for the Latinx community and no one can afford to live in Boulder; 49:00 Sabrina and Areyana continue to share more slides from their presentation. They go over a summary of problems found during their study and provide recommendations for change; 55:00 Sabrina goes over questions from the chat; 01:03:00 Jennifer Fluri thanks the presenters and highlights comments made from their research; 01:11:00 Sabrina thanks the audience and ends the session.
Discrimination in housing
Los Seis de Boulder
Session 2B 11.6.2021.mp4
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