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(Un)fractured: Experiencing Intersectionality In Vermont

A collage of portraits of show guests. Clockwise from the top left are Phayvanh Luekhamhan, Kathryn Dungy, Mariana Dalcum and Terrance Sanders.
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Clockwise from the top left are Phayvanh Luekhamhan, Kathryn Dungy, Mariana Dalcum and Terrance Sanders. They spoke with VPRs Connor Cyrus about intersectionality and the ways in which it shapes their experiences as Vermonters, and our state.

Intersectionality: how our individual identities -- like race, gender and sexuality -- intersect and inform the way we experience the world around us. In this conversation, we look at intersectionality through the lens of history, as well as the lived experiences of some Black, Indigenous and people of color living in Vermont. 

Our guests are:

  • Kathryn Dungy, chair and associate professor of history at Saint Michael's College
  • Terrance Sanders, Vermonter who joined to share his lived experience with intersectionality
  • Mariana Dalcum, Vermonter who joined to share her lived experience with intersectionality
  • Phayvanh Luekhamhan, Vermonter who joined to share her experience with intersectionality

Broadcast on Saturday, June 12, 2021 at noon. 

This episode is the second community conversation in the (Un)fractured series. You can listen back to the first community conversation, titled: (Un)fractured: Covering Race And Racial Injustice In Our Communities.

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