A political podcast ft. academics, students and activists reflecting on the importance of anti-racist and public sociology. Hosted by @ChantelleJlewis & Tissot Regis✊🏿
Edited by George Ofori-Addo
Theme music by Joey Penaliggon
Design by Amber Jones Designs
Bonus episode: Reflections on interviewing Paul Gilroy
This episode was originally recorded for our patreon subscribers after our interview with Paul Gilroy. We decided to release this for all listeners so we could better contextualise how we interview guests.
This is about us publically declaring our reflexive approach to podcasting. We recognise our flaws and imperfections, but our priotity is always about communicating through love, solidarity and resistance.
Thanks for stickng with us, Chantelle Tissot and George x
E109 Paul Gilroy: Freedom struggles
Paul joined us discuss how his analysis in the Black Atlantic: Modernity and Double-Consciousness and Between to Camps: Nations, Cultures and the Allure of Race can speak to the resurgence of anti-racist movements.
E108 The Surviving Society Alternative to Woman's Hour: Stella Dadzie
...A Kick in the Belly, Women, Slavery and Resistance: Stella Dadzie joined us to explore histories of resistance amongst enslaved West Indian women. Stella also offered some useful considerations for the next generation of anti-racist organisers.
E107 Keston K. Perry: Climate Reparations for the Global South
Keston joined us to talk about legacies of colonialism in the Caribbean and Latin American, the politics of 'development' and how climate change should be understood through its disproportionate impact on previously colonized places.
E004 The USA Election Reflection with Levi Gahman: Settler colonialism, masculinity & class
Levi introduces key arguments from his book - Land, God, and Guns: Settler Colonialism and Masculinity in the American Heartland (2020) - to contextualise the (oppressive) cultures and structures which surround the 2020 USA election.
E106 Prof Lez Henry: Reasoning through crisis
Prof William Lez Henry joined us to talk about reasoning through crisis and conspiracies and how we live through the legacies of slavery, empire and colonialism.