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In Mixed Company
47 minutes | Nov 5, 2018
Episode 13 - Handle with Care: Do you struggle with White Fragility?
In this Episode, Stephanie and Donald look at the role of White fragility and how it causes well-meaning white folks from becoming fully engaged anti-racists. Do you struggle with White Fragility? Take our handy quiz to find out!
42 minutes | Oct 14, 2018
Episode 12- Cultural Appropriation: What Halloween Costumes NOT to Wear
With Halloween coming up, choices in costumes can go from creative to culturally insensitive (or, racist) very quickly. In this Episode, Stephanie and Donald talk about Cultural Appropriation, how it differs from Cultural Appreciation, and how you shouldn’t just wear any costume you want.
33 minutes | Oct 6, 2018
Episode 11- How to Talk About Race with Conservative Family Members
Talking politics with family- how do you go about having these convos without it erupting into an epic family fight? We found advice from several sources to help you develop a game plan to have these difficult conversations with your loved ones in a positive and constructive way.
40 minutes | Sep 30, 2018
Episode 10- Experienced: The Train Station Incident and What is a Hate Crime?
While the concept of a hate crime is well developed in Canada, the consequences for perpetrating one are not. In this episode, Stephanie shares her experience as victim of a racially motivated assault, and then we discuss the problems with the Criminal Code of Canada in addressing hate crimes.
68 minutes | Sep 23, 2018
Episode 9- Raising Multiracial Children
In this episode, Stephanie and her guest Sajah discuss the complexities of raising multiracial children who celebrate their full identities. They also provide strategies for parents to consider as they navigate the task of raising confident children.
39 minutes | Sep 16, 2018
Episode 8- Multiracial Myths
In this episode Stephanie and Donald discuss some of the myths that have developed about being multiracial in North America and (bunk) theories about why multiracial people have a hard time fitting in. (They don’t.)
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