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Uncolonized is a funny and blunt podcast about race, politics, and culture, from a Canadian perspective. Hosted by Comedian Gavin Stephens, and Writer/Musician Daniel Grant, Episodes drop every Monday. This podcast is part of The Chonilla Network. A podcast collective with content to make you laugh, think, and learn.

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    • 4.6 • 24 Ratings

Uncolonized is a funny and blunt podcast about race, politics, and culture, from a Canadian perspective. Hosted by Comedian Gavin Stephens, and Writer/Musician Daniel Grant, Episodes drop every Monday. This podcast is part of The Chonilla Network. A podcast collective with content to make you laugh, think, and learn.

    S06E06: The Hamilton school board's systemic racist ways

    S06E06: The Hamilton school board's systemic racist ways

    On this episode of Uncolonized, Gavin and Daniel looked at the fallout from Hamilton School trusties silencing student trustee Ahona Mehdi. She claims they made anti-black and anti-muslim comments, and we here to call out systemic racism when we see it.

    • 1 hr 2 min
    S06E05: Small Axe Review

    S06E05: Small Axe Review

    This week Gavin & Daniel reviewed the Steve McQueen anthology series Small Axe (Amazon Prime)

    Small Axe is a British anthology film series, created and directed by Steve McQueen. The anthology consists of five films which tell distinct stories about the lives of West Indian immigrants in London from the 1960s to the 1980s.[1] Two episodes of the series were selected in the official competition of the 2020 Cannes Film Festival. The series premiered on 15 November 2020 on BBC One in the United Kingdom and on 20 November 2020 on Amazon Prime Video in the United States.[2][3][4] The title references a proverb – "If you are the big tree, we are the small axe" – that was popularised by Bob Marley in his 1973 song "Small Axe". - Wikipedia

    • 1 hr
    S06E04: Is Black Capitalism the Answer?

    S06E04: Is Black Capitalism the Answer?

    Gavin and Daniel wanted to talk about black capitalism, and liberalism and how it affects the movement. So they did. You're welcome.

    • 1 hr 10 min
    S06E03: Who are the Boogaloo boys?

    S06E03: Who are the Boogaloo boys?

    It seems some people on the Left don't know their fasc(ist). So this week Daniel and Gavin, broke down this group and why we can't trust them.

    • 1 hr 7 min
    S06E02: Michelle Latimer and the toxic nature of Neoliberal Identity Politics

    S06E02: Michelle Latimer and the toxic nature of Neoliberal Identity Politics

    Actress /Director Michelle Latimer is another white person claiming to be indigenous. Gavin and Daniel take a look at his phenomenon and break down why neoliberal institutions like the CBC love surface level idpol.

    • 1 hr 4 min
    S06E01: The whiteness of an insurrection.

    S06E01: The whiteness of an insurrection.

    Well, it went and happened. The grocery store ran out of hummus and white people stormed the capital. I kid. Seriously though this week on our Season Six primer, Gavin and Daniel discuss (finally) the US capital riots, and what it means for that country.

    • 58 min

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
24 Ratings

24 Ratings

killer8unnylol ,

A Cultural Conversation with Your Smartest and Funniest Friends

MRD is so addictive! Gavin and B Black discuss cultural events and critique them through a minority - and uniquely Canadian - lens. They also bring in guests with a variety of backgrounds (not just comedians; they are both experience stand up comedians) whose expertise adds depth to the conversations. While the material can be heavy at times, Gavin and B Black keep things light and funny with their great chemistry and dialogue while highlighting the controversies within our culture that everyone expects us to treat as "normal". It's not a conversation intended to make certain people "feel bad" or guilty, but more to give a platform for the perspectives that often go ignored. I recommend that everyone try to see things through someone else's lens, even if we disagree. Ultimately the point is to listen to and learn from people who are different from us - and it's all made easier by listening to two very funny and smart comics. I also appreciate that the show is updated regularly and now the episodes are longer so I can be entertained throughout my entire commute. Thanks for this, Gavin and B Black!

cocobeewhere ,

Canadian racism explained

Gavin and B Black examine racism in Canada. It's eye-opening but entertaining

Nelson Forster ,

A great podcast!

Gavin and B do an amazing job of breaking down today's racial & social concerns as they appear in pop culture. Whether thats the growing MAGA trends or Hollywood's "white" saviour complex in films, they look at he issues and break down whats actually going on. Loving listening to them discuss the topic at hand every week!

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