Mila Atmos returns with a new season of Future Hindsight about the power of protest
PRESS RELEASE — May 10, 2019
New York NY, USA—Future Hindsight returns for its sixth season and more! The podcast, hosted and executive produced by Mila Atmos, features interviews with activists, advocates, and policy experts about civic engagement and the ways in which everyday citizens can shape our society. Season 6 of Future Hindsight looks at the power of protest and includes the following guests:
- L.A. Kauffman, community organizer, journalist, and author of How to Read a Protest
- Dave Archambault II, former tribal chairman of the Standing Rock Sioux
- Maria Urbina, National Political Director of Indivisible
- Micah White, Occupy Wall Street co-founder and author of The End of Protest
- WITNESS Program Manager Jackie Zammuto
- Julianne Hoffenberg, Director of Operations at Gathering for Justice
“Protest works in unexpected, larger ways, to change our conversations about what’s possible” says host Mila Atmos. “L.A. Kauffman says that protest is an act of faith. I couldn’t agree more”
Coinciding with the release of Season 6, host Mila Atmos will moderate Columbia College Women’s Celebrate Alumnae Changemakers panel discussion on Friday, May 10. This conversation with Columbia College alumnae examines methods of advocacy for reproductive, social, and economic justice. Panelists include:
- Melissa Mark-Viverito, former speaker, New York City Council and interim president, Latino Victory Fund
- Andrea Miller, president, National Institute of Reproductive Health
- Sheena Wright, president, United Way of New York City
Thursday, May 30, Atmos will join the Podcasts To The Rescue! panel discussion hosted by The Metropolitan New York Library Council (METRO) and moderated by Otro Lado Communications’ Matisse Bustos-Hawkes. The panel will look at the post-election proliferation of podcasts about civics and government. Register for Podcasts To The Rescue! at www.eventbrite.com. Co-panelists include:
- Arden Walentowski, producer and co-host of Let’s Get Civical, a comedic and irreverent take on how our government works
- Harry Siegel, co-host of FAQ NYC, a weekly dive into the big questions about New York City government
- Jenna Spinelle, producer and host of Democracy Works an initiative of the McCourtney Institute for Democracy at Penn State
Episodes of Future Hindsight will be published weekly starting Saturday, May 11. Past seasons are available on Apple Podcasts, Castbox, Google Podcasts, RadioPublic, Spotify, Stitcher, and TuneIn.
About Future Hindsight
Future Hindsight host and executive producer, Mila Atmos believes that we all have the power to make positive change in ourselves and in our world, especially as citizens. Her interest in civic engagement at any scale prompted her to produce the podcast. Mila graduated from Columbia College with a bachelor’s degree in history and from the School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA) with a master’s degree in international security policy.
Peter Fedak is Future Hindsight’s audio producer and music composer he has studied composition and theory at Juilliard College, audio engineering at Harvestworks, holds a Bachelor’s of Music from NYU and is currently pursuing a graduate degree in Music Technology.
Before joining the Future Hindsight team associate producer Myriam Zumbühl worked at Swiss National Public Radio and Television as a host, editor and producer. She founded her production company Harvest Productions where she develops projects for audio, film and print.
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