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Ep 46 The Final Episode: Inside 254 Says Goodbye

Ep 46 The Final Episode: Inside 254 Says Goodbye

November 15, 2018

After 45, there is a 46. Inside 254 says goodbye with hope in our hearts. Thank you for listening!

 

Ep 45 Indigenous Invisibility and Presence

Ep 45 Indigenous Invisibility and Presence

October 26, 2018

It's time you learned a new story about #indigenouspeoples. We mention many hashtags and current Native creatives to follow. Table Talk features two music clips: "You Got to Run" by Buffy St. Marie and Tanya Tagaq and "Home of the Brave" by Jessa Calderon. Shout-out to Lee Francis, Native Realities Press, Weshoyot Alvitre, and Beth LaPensee in the Media Minute for Deer Woman: An Anthology. #InvisibleNoMore #NativeTruth #InvisibilityisRacism #WeAreStillHere #NativeTwitter (Follow any of these hashtags to find a raft of amazing indigenous folks to follow and listen to).

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Expert Extra #19: Dr. Lee Francis IV, owner of Native Realities Publishing and Red Planet Books & Comics

Expert Extra #19: Dr. Lee Francis IV, owner of Native Realities Publishing and Red Planet Books & Comics

September 7, 2018

Dr. Lee Francis IV (Laguna Pueblo), self-described indiginerd poet, educator, activist, comic creator and owner of Native Realities Press, co-owner of Red Planet Books & Comics, and founder of Indigenous ComicCon, generously sat down with us for a comprehensive and wide-ranging interview on why he started these businesses, the current state of affairs for #Indigenous #comics, and how he attempts to #decolonize the comics medium. Lee's creative enterprises also provide an antidote to the "sidekickery" that #Native characters are usually relegated to in comics and other mediums by creating binders of skilled Native artists and writers that he hopes will get mainstream comics publishers away from using Indigenous creators as lip service consultants and instead, provide these makers with an equal seat at the table. "We want to be able to write our own stories. Tell them in the way we tell them," Lee says. Listen today, share with friends, and feel inspired.

 

#Empower yourself by joining our #community and feel less alone in this topsy-turvy time. #Share this episode with your social media networks and ask others to #listen and join this fight (subscribe to our podcast on iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher, TuneIn, Castbox FM, and Google Play Music).

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Expert Extra #18: Susan Bordo, author of The Destruction of Hillary Clinton

Expert Extra #18: Susan Bordo, author of The Destruction of Hillary Clinton

June 29, 2018

Susan Bordo, cultural historian, #feminist scholar, and author of The Destruction of Hillary Clinton, which we recommended last year, generously sat down with us for a comprehensive and wide-ranging interview on what happened in the 2016 presidential election, the problem of James Comey, Trump's lack of "pivoting," and how to sustain ourselves as the low points go lower and power keeps reinforcing itself. The discussion also covers questions of clarity in our #activism and the complicity of the media, how Susan helps her college students through this moment of despair, her work as a public intellectual, and what she is working on next. Spend this hour with us and feel validated and refreshed.

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#Empower yourself by joining our #community and feel less alone in this topsy-turvy time. #Share this episode with your social media networks and ask others to #listen and join this fight (we are also on iTunes, Stitcher, TuneIn, and Google Play Music). We are in this together.

 

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Ep 25 Escapades of Betsy DeVos and the Department of Education

Ep 25 Escapades of Betsy DeVos and the Department of Education

December 8, 2017

In Episode 25, we revisit Betsy DeVos and focus on the latest escapades of the Department of Education - things you probably haven't seen in the mainstream news, but should know about. In the Trumpster Fire, we define and discuss the latest changes to Title 9. Our newest segment, Fierce Woman Warrior, is a brief profile on an amazing woman who is actively working to change her community. Our Fierce Woman Warrior this episode is Dolly Parton. Our Media Minute encourages you to consider the lessons learned from watching the 1989 movie, Lean on Me, and our Activist Action asks you to provide books for kids in several different ways. Empower yourself by joining our community and feel less alone in this topsy-turvy time. Share this episode with your social media networks and ask others to listen and join this fight (we are also on iTunes, Stitcher, TuneIn, and Google Play Music). We are in this together.

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Ep 23 The Death of Compassion and Introducing a New Segment: Fierce Woman Warrior

Ep 23 The Death of Compassion and Introducing a New Segment: Fierce Woman Warrior

October 27, 2017

In Episode 23, we share a specific recent incident that led us to today's topic: the death of compassion in our social and economic structures. We also talk about how our community of individuals acted compassionately, and we ask how much we can bear when structural solutions either fail or are rejected. In the Trumpster Fire, we criticize Trump's handling of Puerto Rico, specifically, his insult to the San Juan mayor, his paper towel toss, and his paternalistic comment about the disaster relief budget. Our newest segment, Fierce Woman Warrior, begins TODAY, which is a brief profile on an amazing woman who is actively working to change her community. Our first Fierce Woman Warrior is Pema Chodron. Our Media Minute encourages you to read Kristin Neff's book, Self-Compassion: The Proven Power of Being Kind to Yourself  and Michael Stone's Yoga for a World Out of Balance, and our Activist Action asks you to consider lending money to a woman in another country via Kiva Loans. Empower yourself by joining our community and feel less alone in this topsy-turvy time. Share this episode with your social media networks and ask others to listen and join this fight (we are also on iTunes, Stitcher, TuneIn, and Google Play Music). We are in this together.

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Expert Extra #9: Teaching Tolerance senior editor Monita Bell on social justice advocacy in schools

Expert Extra #9: Teaching Tolerance senior editor Monita Bell on social justice advocacy in schools

July 28, 2017

This week's Expert Extra features Monita Bell, senior editor at Teaching Tolerance and author of Getting Hair "Fixed": Black Power, Transvaluation and Hair Politics. We discuss the definition of 'social justice', why social justice advocacy in schools is important, and what teachers, parents, and even older students can do.

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Expert Extra #4: Amy Kozel and gender studies in high school

Expert Extra #4: Amy Kozel and gender studies in high school

May 5, 2017

This week's Expert Extra features Amy Kozel, a high school teacher who stood up publicly to a critical school board member over her gender studies class, a discussion about gender studies as a field and the challenges of teaching gender studies to high school students.

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Expert Extra #1: Dr. Tabetha Bernstein-Danis on Betsy DeVos, IDEA, and students with disabilities

Expert Extra #1: Dr. Tabetha Bernstein-Danis on Betsy DeVos, IDEA, and students with disabilities

February 11, 2017

Introducing a new feature: Expert Extra. We will occasionally interview an expert in a field for additional perspective and in-depth information about a particular issue addressed in a podcast episode. If you have additional questions or want more information about something we've covered in an episode, please let us know so that we can arrange an Expert Extra!

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