Feb. 1, 2017

Protesting the Powers that Be and Being the Power that Protests w/ Jara Connell

Protesting the Powers that Be and Being the Power that Protests w/ Jara Connell

 
What does mass-protesting accomplish? Does no arrests equate success? Why is protesting disruptive? And more! In this action packed episode of This Anthropological Life, Aneil, Adam, and Ryan talk to Jara Connell about mass protesting and the strategies behind social movements.


Who is Jara Connell?
Jara is a PhD candidate at Brandeis University. She focuses on race, space, and policing in Saint Louis. Jara’s Master’s thesis dealt with sex and gender politics in Ferguson. When Jara is not advocating for social change and challenging dominant political agendas she takes her cat, Booger, on walks.
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