Posts in Colonial Violence
PÁDRAIG Ó TUAMA on Finding Uncommon Ground /135

Ayana and Pádraig explore the language of uncommon belonging; how we must learn from our shame and the danger of forgetting history, the life cycle of violence, the nature of colonial power, and how to confront the inheritance of privilege.

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RICHIE RESEDA on Dismantling Patriarchy /134

Richie and Ayana examine how harmful patriarchy is to us all, why we must let go of our limited understanding of crime, the geography of prisons, and meaningful and revolutionary organizing in prisons.

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RACHEL HEATON & ROXANNE WHITE on Funding, Fossil Fuels and Femicide /132

This week’s episode seeks to shed light on the ongoing, urgent crisis of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls or MMIWG that remains largely invisible in public life and mainstream media.

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REVERAND M. KALANI SOUZA on Personal Preparedness in Advance /96

Ayana and Kalani discuss an “all hands on deck approach” to addressing human behavior and developing personal preparedness.

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QUEEN QUET on The Survival of Sea Island Wisdom /95

Facing the onslaught of colonial terrorism towards both Black and Indigenous lives, Queen Quet's vision is lighting the way forward in troubled times.

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DUNE LANKARD on The Day the Water Died /86

Dune’s determination to take on lawsuits, with visionary alternatives to the status quo, has made the wildest possibilities of conservation happen in Alaska.

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JACINDA MACK on The Planetary Cost of Luxury /81

What is responsible mining? Is there such a thing? How do we restructure our dominant culture’s view of what is considered valuable?

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BRONTÉ VELEZ on Embodying the Revolution /65

Mesmerizing visionary leader, brontë velez, poetically guides us through an expansive exploration of critical ecology, radical imagination and decomposition as rebellion.

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