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This is a special episode of #AntiRacistEducatorReads of #YourVoiceARER. Colinda speaks with a panel of white educational leaders and friends, Debbie Donsky, Ruth Beatty, Alison Bradshaw and Heather Walker, talking about whiteness, spending white privilege, and taking action as co-conspirators.By Colinda Clyne
 
For episode 2 of #PushoutVoicEd Colinda and co-host Melissa Wilson talk about perceived attitude, the rejection of whiteness and power and oppression in chapter 2 of Pushout, A Blues for Black Girls when “Attitude” is Enuf. Special guests Malissa Bryan and Brittany join the conversation to offer their…
 
For the last episode of #BraidingVoicEd, Colinda and Starr McGahey-Albert talk about Braiding Sweetgrass, re-envisioning systems that honour the original teachings of purpose and non-interference, and creating spaces where students and staff learn the nature of their own gifts to do good in the workBy Colinda Clyne
 
Colinda is joined by Melissa Wilson for the first episode of #MoreThanSurviveVoicEd to discuss chapters 1 & 2 of Bettina Love's We Want To Do More Than Survive: Abolitionist Teaching and the Pursuit of Educational Freedom. Both share examples of what racial justice work looks like in education. Melissa offers a primer on intersectionality.…
 
In this final episode of the season, Colinda Clyne welcomes a panel of educators who have come to understand that how powerful partnerships are in the anti-racist work that they are undertaking. On the panel tonight: Nancy O'Donnell, Lisa Michano-Courchene, Colleen Court, Jerica Fraser, Brandon Pachan and Heather Black…
 
Anti-Racist Educator Reads is pausing the reading to put theory to practice. How do educators use a book study to support actioning anti-racist work in their schools and systems? In this first episode, a panel of administrators talk about their successes and challenges, and how their work connects directly to one or more of the texts.…
 
In this episode, Colinda is in conversation with the author of Policing Black LIves, Robyn Maynard talking about systemic racism, how the education system has been failing Black students and how schools and school communities can be sites of transformational healing and learning.By Colinda Clyne
 
In episode one of Policing Black Lives, Colinda is joined by Melissa Wilson, VP in PDSB and Natasha Henry, President of the Ontario Black History Society. They will discuss the history of slavery and segregation, how anti-Black racism in Canada is connected to state-sanctioned violence, and why is it critical for educators to understand the legacie…
 
In this special #UnsettlingCanadaDay episode, Colinda is in conversation with Anishinaabe educator Pam Agawa about asserting birthrights in a system whose ultimate goal is assimilation, and how that connects to educational practice. With special guest Nancy Rowe, they discuss colonialism and Indigenous truths as folks consider Canada Day celebratio…
 
In episode 4 of Anti Racist Educator Reads, Colinda’s co-host is Melissa Wilson, a VP and guest is panelist Debbie Donsky, a system principal. They discuss chapters october, november, december, state control and restriction of the mobility of Black and Indigenous peoples and the competing interests that present themselves in anti-oppression work.…
 
In episode 3 of Anti Racist Educator Reads, Colinda’s guests are her Anishinaabe kwe sister Pamala Agawa, a VP, and Gerry Walker, also a VP. In discussing july, august, september, they will unpack Canada150 and unpacks some truths about the history of Canada and talk about the impact ignorance and silence has on racialized students and staff in sch…
 
n episode 2 of Anti Racist Educator Reads, Colinda’s guests are Camille Logan, a superintendent of education, and Kevin Rambally, a social worker and former chair of Pride Toronto. In discussing april, may, june, they will talk about the surveillance of Black bodies and actions we can take in schools to counter the “false promise of objectivity.”…
 
In our show this month Jerica and I will share tips on how we stretch our food budget. The cost of buying grass-fed meats and organic produce can be intimidating but there are ways to make it work for any budget.www.shadygroveranch.netwww.truefields.comwww.eatingthegoodlifewithchristinapeteet.comwww.localharvest.orgAs always, we want to hear from y…
 
This week's show covers some of my favorite topics including anthropology, exotic destinations, Real Food, and of course health and nutrition as we explore the works of Weston A. Price.References from the show:westonaprice.orgFind your local WAPF chapter leaderDiet Soda Tied To Higher Risk for Heart Attack and StrokeAre Hot Dogs Healthier Than Chic…
 
In this week's show Jerica and I will be comparing conventional advice on what to feed your baby with science and traditional foods. We'll discuss what we feed our little ones and why. And we will dive into the unnecessarily intimidating topic of making your own baby food. References from the show:shadygroveranch.nettruefields.comMake your own baby…
 
In this week's show we will be debunking the myths surrounding raw milk and discussing the latest in food politics. I am joined by my co-host and fellow food activist Jerica Cadman, owner of truefields.com and shadygroveranch.net and Cari Johnson, a busy home schooling mother of six. We each bring something different to the discussion table, the di…
 
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