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The #LiberationPedagogyPodcast is a place where radical ideas, pedagogies, and methods are discussed in the quest towards freedom making. It's a space to discuss and listen about revolutionary politics, political struggles, radical solidarities, cultural resistance, healing justice, and is a crossing to unearth legacies of global radicalism and internationalism. It's a node that transnationally imagines liberation, decolonization and abolitionist futures. The podcast is hosted by Chandni Desai.
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The #LiberationPedagogyPodcast is a place where radical ideas, pedagogies, and methods are discussed in the quest towards freedom making. It's a space to discuss and listen about revolutionary politics, political struggles, radical solidarities, cultural resistance, healing justice, and is a crossing to unearth legacies of global radicalism and internationalism. It's a node that transnationally imagines liberation, decolonization and abolitionist futures. The podcast is hosted by Chandni Desai.
WEBSITE: https://www.liberationpedagogyproject.com/podcast
INSTA:liberationpedagogypodcast

    Episode 14 - Liberate Your Research

    Episode 14 - Liberate Your Research

    This episode discusses Nadine Naber’s “Liberate Your Research” workshop which helps radical feminist scholars claim and name their/our core beliefs, while achieving writing and research prosperity and surviving and thriving in and beyond the academic industrial complex. The episode shares the theoretical, methodological, pedagogical, and political frameworks that inspired Nadine Naber to develop this workshop, which teaches radical thinkers how to align their research with their commitments to social transformation.  To book workshops with Nadine or more information go to https://nadinenaber.com/liberate-your-research/.

    • 48 min
    Episode 13 - Women Resisting Sexual Violence and the Egyptian Revolution: Arab Feminist Testimonies

    Episode 13 - Women Resisting Sexual Violence and the Egyptian Revolution: Arab Feminist Testimonies

    Today - January 25, 20201 - marks the ten year anniversary of the start of the Egyptian Revolution. This episode remembers the revolutionaries that participated in the uprisings especially women. In this episode Manal Hamzeh will discuss women’s resistance during the Egyptian revolution and the state sanctioned tactics of violence that weaponized women’s bodies during the revolution. Manal shares the significance of Shahadat and Haki as significant Arabyaa feminist decolonizing methodologies that enabled women that participated in the revolution to share their testimonies of resistance and survival. Manal also discusses how cultural production can be used to translate shahadat/testimonies as public pedagogy.

    • 57 min
    Episode No. 12 - From Surviving the Holocaust to Resistance

    Episode No. 12 - From Surviving the Holocaust to Resistance

    In this episode Suzanna Weiss – a holocaust survivor – reflects on her memories of surviving the holocaust and shares the political influences that led her to over seven decades of resistance. She reflects on her participation in social movements historically, and her involvement over the last decade in struggle for justice in Palestine. She discusses the following: dangers of the International Holocaust Remembrance Association’s (IHRA) definition and its weaponization of anti-Semitism; the distinction between Judaism and the State of Israel and its policies; apartheid; the meaning of solidarity, her pedagogy of solidarity, and political commitments in solidarity with Palestine.

    • 41 min
    Episode 11 - The Bolivarian Revolution, Crisis in Venezuela, and Resistance to Capitalist Imperialism

    Episode 11 - The Bolivarian Revolution, Crisis in Venezuela, and Resistance to Capitalist Imperialism

    In this double episode Raul Barbano and Michelle Munjanattu report back about Venezuela’s December 6th, 2020 National Assembly elections as they served as election observers, and speak about the Bolivarian revolution, the impact of sanctions on Venezuela and the economic and political crisis facing the country, the Lima Group’s role in capitalist accumulation in the region, U.S. and Canadian imperialism and ways social movements are mobilizing against the crisis. This episode also offers rich reflections and examples of how to build a communal and socialist society and offer lessons from the global south on how to resist capitalism and emphasizes the importance of political education and solidarity in struggle, and shares liberatory visions for another world.

    • 1 hr 23 min
    Episode 10 - The Pedagogy of Revolution: Unsettling History

    Episode 10 - The Pedagogy of Revolution: Unsettling History

    In this episode Shahrzad Mojab enacts a one-woman play using an autobiographical narrative that memorializes revolutionary activity past and present, in Iran, the Middle East and elsewhere. This one woman play in its performance embodies revolutionary pedagogy and teaches us to examine an individual autobiographical story to understand history, struggle and social relations through a dialectical method.

    • 40 min
    Ep. 9 Uprisings in Puerto Rico: Debt, Disaster and Policing Life and Death

    Ep. 9 Uprisings in Puerto Rico: Debt, Disaster and Policing Life and Death

    In this episode Marisol Lebrón reflects on the uprisings that shook Puerto Rico in 2019. She situates the uprisings within a longer history of colonialism, and the present economic, political, social and environmental crisis. She also talks about Hurricane Maria, policing and the criminalization of protest, sovereignty in the archipelago, the Puerto Rico syllabus and meanings of liberation.

    • 50 min

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