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75 minutes | Dec 4, 2017
Ep. 2 - "We can't afford for our reaction to be a reaction to whiteness" w/ Dr. Ernest Johnson
How do we begin to understand our own socilization better? How do we not replicate the systems of the oppressor? If we are to create something new, how do we choose what and what not to keep? In our discussion, Dr. Ernest Johnson shares his thoughts on these questions, as well as sharing a bit of his life experiences with us. Also this week, the first edition of our community storytime, with the prompt: "What is your favorite experience with discrimination?" Hosted by Howie Echo-Hawk.
51 minutes | Nov 20, 2017
Ep. 1 - "Not Unexpected, But Shocking Nonetheless" w/ Dr. Moon-Ho Jung
Where were you the morning after 45 was elected? Our guest, Dr. Moon-Ho Jung, remembers well, and he remembers how it felt. Join us in this, our first episode, as we talk about the shock–but not the surprise–of the election of 2016; how we got here; the history and creation of whiteness/white supremacy in the United States Empire; why calling the U.S. a "nation of immigrants" erases Indigenous peoples and the violence of the U.S. Empire; how studying past movements for freedom can give us hope for the future, and much more. Hosted by Howie Echo-Hawk.
3 minutes | Nov 10, 2017
Episode 0 - One Year Ago Today
On November 8, 2016, Donald Trump was elected as President of the American empire. The past year has brought a rising tide of visble racism, white supremacy, hate and violence. However, PoC remain resilient, and the Movement continues.
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