The Worldviews Wednesday weekly KMUZ program engaged themes and topics to communicate a just, equitable, and sustainable Salem-Keizer community and aired September 2017-August 2018. Dr. Onís and Willamette University students co-hosted interviews and also prepared reports on a variety of social justice and sustainability topics.
Senior seminar class members also generated videos and podcasts for airing on local TV and radio. A sampling of these topics included food communication and Latinx identities, flight shaming and corporate messaging, and the role of xenophobia, racialization, and scapegoating in shaping COVID-19 discourses in the United States.
- Palates Cutting Across Borders through Digital Spaces, by Yas Arenas
- Sustainability Mission or Sustained Emissions?: Delta’s Inverted Positioning through Greenwashing and Its Unethical, Unsustainable “Sustainability” Initiatives, by Mason Kelliher
- Racialized Communication: Analysis of the COVID19 Outbreak Narrative, by Veris Schmidt