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66 minutes | Mar 17, 2021
Special Episode: On the "All My Relations" Gathering (In Partnership with the Circle on Philanthropy and Aboriginal Peoples in Canada)
As the Circle prepares to host its biannual All My Relations Gathering virtually later this spring, we are pleased to share with you a series of conversations that took place at and after All My Relations 2019. The episode opens with reflections from the Circle’s CEO Kris Archie that set the stage for a conversation between Tim Fox and Sara Lyons, who speak to their time serving as co-chairs of The Circle’s Governing Circle. Learn More About the Circle Follow The Circle on Twitter
44 minutes | Nov 10, 2020
02/05 On Movement(s), Breath, and Decolonizing Wellness Spaces
Season 2 of CKX Questions continues with a conversation with Renelyn Quinicot — sharing reflections on movement(s), breath, and decolonizing wellness spaces. Please visit questions.ckx.org/02-05 for full show notes for this episode.
45 minutes | Oct 26, 2020
02/04 On Mutual Aid, Grassroots Organizing and Community Care (Guest: Iman)
Season 2 of CKX Questions continues with a conversation with Iman — sharing reflections on mutual aid, grassroots organizing and community care . What does mutual aid organizing look like in the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic? Please visit questions.ckx.org/02-04 for full show notes for this episode.
52 minutes | Aug 13, 2020
02/03 On Decent Work, Health and Migrant Justice (Guest: Robyn Beckett)
Season 2 of CKX Questions continues with a conversation with Robyn Beckett - a public health professional involved in organizing with the Decent Work and Health Network, Fight for $15 & Fairness and Climate Justice Toronto. Please visit questions.ckx.org/02-03 for full show notes for this episode.
53 minutes | Jun 24, 2020
02/02 On Compassion, Creativity and Change (Guest: Michele Kumi Baer)
Season 2 of CKX Questions continues with a conversation with social justice practitioner Michele Kumi Baer — sharing her reflections on the importance of accountability in social change work, confronting the nonprofit industrial complex and the urgency of just transitions and transformations. Our conversation was recorded in late February - while so much has shifted in the ensuing months, the themes of the dialogue have only taken on new urgency and significance as we mobilize to realize just futures together. Please visit questions.ckx.org/02-02 for full show notes for this episode.
27 minutes | May 6, 2020
02/01 On Compassion, Creativity and Change (Guest: Rup Sidhu)
Season 2 of CKX Questions kicks off with a conversation with interdisciplinary artist and facilitator Rup Sidu — sharing his reflections on compassion, creativity and change in uncertain times. For more information about Rup and his work, please visit ruploops.com. Show Notes MONK! Thelonious, Pannonica, and the Friendship Behind a Musical Revolution - Youssef Daoudi Emergent Strategy - adrienne maree brown The work of Arthur Flowers The intro and outro music for CKX Questions is the song “Good Vibes” from Broken Parts’ self-titled album.
19 minutes | Nov 29, 2019
01/07 A Look Back
In this final episode for Season 1 of CKX Questions we turn the microphone back upon CKX, and look on the year that was and what it means to be exploring the question “how do we embody the just futures we strive for?” through the work and through this podcast. I’m joined in conversation by CKX’s Managing Director Lee Rose and CKX’s Director of Strategic Learning and Practice, Kelsey Spitz. Links from our Conversation: Emergent Strategy: Shaping Change, Changing Worlds by adrienne maree brown How to Survive the End of the World by Autumn Brown and adrienne maree brown (episode: "It's a process") Nothing Missing Leadership with Diane Obed and Jim Drescher
27 minutes | Nov 14, 2019
01/06 Decolonizing Wealth
In this episode of CKX Questions we sit down for a conversation with Edgar Villanueva - member of the Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina, Chair of the Board of Directors of Native Americans in Philanthropy, Vice President of Programs and Advocacy at the Schott Foundation for Public Education and author of Decolonizing Wealth. Links from our Conversation: Decolonizing Wealth: Indigenous Wisdom to Heal Divides and Restore Balance Take Action (Decolonizing Wealth Website) Native Americans in Philanthropy NDN Collective
52 minutes | Aug 13, 2019
01/05 National Narratives, The Power of Coalitions and Frameworks for Change
In this episode of CKX Questions we sit down for a conversation with Maya Menezes - Senior Manager at The Leap (where she is the co-host of the Change Everything podcast), an organizer with No One Is Illegal Toronto and an organizer of PowerShift. And it is the way that the latter summarized her work that resonated most for us - “Maya is a climate, refugee and migrant justice organizer, professional fundraiser and full-time hell raiser.” Links from our conversation: Change Everything Podcast Migrant Rights Network (Short Film) No One is Illegal Toronto (Facebook and Twitter) The intro and outro music for CKX Questions is the song "Good Vibes" by Broken Parts - check out the full album and support their work here.
24 minutes | Jul 22, 2019
01/04 Leading with Love (Part 2 of 2)
In this episode of CKX Questions we continue our conversation with Alexa Conradi. Alexa's book "Les angles morts: Perspectives sur le Québec actuel" has recently been translated into English by Catherine Brown ("Fear, Love, and Liberation in Contemporary Quebec"). Learn more about the book here: https://btlbooks.com/book/fear-love-and-liberation-in-contemporary-quebec
25 minutes | Jul 12, 2019
01/03 Leading with Love (Part 1 of 2)
In this episode of CKX Questions we sit down with author and feminist activist Alexa Conradi, whose book "Les angles morts: Perspectives sur le Québec actuel" has recently been translated into English by Catherine Brown ("Fear, Love, and Liberation in Contemporary Quebec"). Learn more about the book here: https://btlbooks.com/book/fear-love-and-liberation-in-contemporary-quebec
32 minutes | Jun 4, 2019
01/02 Building Decolonial Solidarity (Part 2 of 2)
Welcome back to CKX Questions, Season 1. In this episode, we present the second half of our conversation with Aslam Bulbulia on "Building Decolonial Solidarity." Learn more about Aslam's work here: https://about.me/abulbulia
9 minutes | May 30, 2019
01/01 Building Decolonial Solidarity (Part 1 of 2)
Welcome to the first episode of CKX Questions, Season 1. In this episode, we present the first half of our conversation with Aslam Bulbulia on "Building Decolonial Solidarity." Learn more about Aslam's work here: https://about.me/abulbulia
2 minutes | Feb 15, 2019
What is CKX?
Community Knowledge Exchange (CKX) is a social change agency committed to leading with love, decolonizing our practices and recentering from the margins. In this promo episode, learn more about our approach and our programming for the year ahead.
2 minutes | Jan 31, 2019
Introducing... CKX Questions
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