A New Worldview brings attention to culture and activism traditionally ignored by mainstream media or marginalized as “subaltern”. We focus on media, local students, artists, and current events that tell the stories of peoples oppressed because of their gender, sexuality, race, religion, or material status. Among other topics we discuss are technology, economics, and politics on an international scale. Among some of the music genres we explore are Jazz, Rap, Folk, World, and a lot of Alternative subgenres.
This week we discussed the driving forces behind many of our actions and interactions among one another. We discussed "Human Barbie" Valeria Lukyanova, Princeton University's latest study on the structure of our political system, and the values of the social and economic elites which inspire the actions of youth around the globe.
|Samba Da Bencao||Bebel Gilberto||Tanto Tempo|
|Hey! Ba-Ba-Re-Bop||Lionel Hampton||Cool Daddy-O - '60s Beatnik Songs|
|Besame Mucho||Spanish Guitar||Guitarra Latina|
|Luna Lovers||Las Cafeteras||It's Time|
|Line for Lyons||Gerry Mulligan Quartet||Cool Daddy-O - '60s Beatnik Songs|
|At All||Kaytranada||At All/Hilarity Duff|
|Cold Win||Ghostpoet||Some Say I So I Say Light|
This Week DJ DUbi Sunt and DJ SoKo discussed the stigmas of Asexuality and it's lack of visibility in the public forum. We also broached the topics of intimacy in the age of Facebook, Twitter, and technological isolation. We were joined by fellow Longhorns Marie Sells and Jennfier Yang who brought along their expertise and personal narratives on the subject!
|Free Things in Life||Kaytranada||Bromance - Single|
|Auora||Cashmere Cat||Feathers - EP|
|Browning of America||Olmeca||Brown is Beautiful|
|Learn to Leap (feat. Quincy MC Crary)||Olmeca||Brown is Beautiful|
|Not Chasing Ghosts||Bagheera||Living Tomorrow Today|
|La Bamba Rebelde||Las Cafeteras||It's Time|
|Interview with students Jennifer Yang and Marie Sells on 21st century relationships and the common misunderstanding of Asexuals||DJ DUbi Sunt; DJ Soko; Students Jennifer Yang and Marie Sells|
This week we discussed police brutality within the Austin Police Department with activist Lakiza Jackson. Later we talked about the upcoming film project "Guess Who's Coming to Dinner Naija Edition" with student, activist, and director Funmi KO.
|Interview with Civil Rights Activist LaKiza Jackson, sister of Larry Jackson||Lakiza Jackson; Dubi Sunt|
|Interview with Film Director and Student FumFum KO||FumFum KO; DJ DUbi Sunt|