In this episode, Jeremy Nathan Marks and I discuss reading The Colonizer and the Colonized by Albert Memmi for our book club.
This is a podcast about ‘reconciliation’ in Canada. We’re thinking about reconciliation in quotation marks because we want to critically analyze the narratives, power dynamics, potential pitfalls, practices, and consequences unfolding around us.
Why does determining our personal actions toward reparation seem like such a hazy and convoluted dilemma for so many of us present day settlers?
A panel discussion unpacking the concept of ‘structural violence.’
Who has the right to claim independence? In the end, it boils down to having the support of other nations.
The rhetoric of kumbaya can only serve as a distraction for so long.
The government is a complex system with competing agendas. What does this mean for all its talk of reconciliation?
In a nation of nations, who retains the power to define nationhood itself?
More on ‘inclusion’ as an agenda of political power and social privilege.
We see the world through the lens of our infrastructure