No one person or organization can save us. Social justice is a complicated process that requires a lot of people, organizations and conversations.
This is podcast for those of us who want to move from being passively passionate to effectively engaged.
Ep. 5- Alex Knott- Problems with Volunteering in Refugee Camps
In this episode, we speak with Alex Knott about her research on volunteering in refugee camps in Greece.
Ep. 4 - AJ Ripley: Trans-Rights Activism in Canada
In this episode, we speak with AJ Ripley, a writer, a PHD student, and a trans-rights activist. We speak about access to transgender health care in Canada, the ways politicians leverage trans-rights for popularity purposes without much follow through, as well as how we can all be better allies.
Opening clip from the Vice documentary, On Hold.
Ep.3 - Aaron Gluck-Thaler: Cybersecurity, Social Movements, and Surveillance
In this episode, we speak with Aaron about cybersecurity, social movement, and surveillance.
Ep.2 - RJ Khalaf: Youth Leadership in Palestinian Refugee Camps
In this episode, we interview RJ Khalaf, founder of LEAD Palestine. We speak about what it means to be a third generation refugee and how to create leaders in this environment.
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Thank you for this in-depth, insightful, and enlightening forum for understanding issues that rarely make it past a one-liner headline in this country. Not only was this enriching, but engaging, and I can absolutely use what I have learned. Kudos.