Category archives: Podcast

Possibilities, not policing with Robyn Maynard

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https://soundcloud.com/patty-wbk/possibilities-with-robyn-maynard Patty:  So we're here with Robyn Maynard, who wrote the book Policing Black lives. And this is a really neat follow up to our last week's conversation with Desmond Cole and it's also just really timely with everything that's happening and all the conversations that are going on. Robyn: ...

Sex, Lies, and Colonial Identities

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With Dr. Tamari: Kitossa https://soundcloud.com/patty-wbk/sex-lies-and-colonial-identities Dr. Tamari Kitossa:   Yeah, my sabbatical ends, June 30. And this book, Appealing and Appalling, has to be sent to the publishers May 30. So I'm really working really hard with a whole bunch of contributors to finalize their papers. And it's absolutely exhausting work,...

Recognizing racism, and becoming Anti-racist

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https://soundcloud.com/patty-wbk/anti-racism Sean Vanderklis:   So ladies, gentlemen, this is Patty Krawec. She is the co-host of the podcast, Medicine for the Resistance. She lives in Niagara with Karl and I, we have a house together and we just like, *laughter* do podcasts and stuff.  Patty is one of the fundamental changemakers...

Making space for Indigenous Art

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https://soundcloud.com/patty-wbk/making-space-for-indigenous-art-with-olivia-shortt You’re listening to Medicine for the Resistance. Patty Krawec:   So here we are with Olivia Shortt Olivia Short:  Hello. Kerry Goring:  Hello Olivia. Patty: Yeah, it was kind of funny the way, the way we connected because I got this like random “I want to pitch an article to...

Black Masculinity

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Today’s guest is Dr. Tamari Kitossa, associate professor of Sociology at Brock University in St. Catharines Ontario. https://soundcloud.com/patty-wbk/tamari-kitossa Tamari:   I'm a professor at Brock University been there for, I'm now going into my 14th year.  I'm an associate professor.  I got my PhD from OISE at UofT. Interesting thing about...