Anti-Racist Educator Reads
Provocative Books. Provocative Conversations.
A broadcast for educators who understand that we need to be talking about race and racism in schools now. We will learn, and unlearn through a great book on racial justice. Each week, your host Colinda Clyne invites educational leaders to be in conversation about sections of selected texts, discussing historical contexts and connections to education.

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In the final episode of Why Indigenous Literatures Matter, Anika Guthrie and Colinda talk about finding common ground and understanding the ruptures on the lands we inhabit. Re-storying is essential to our ability to live, work and thrive together.

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Tesa Fiddler joins Colinda for episode 2 discussing Why Indigenous Literatures Matter. Imagination grounds the conversation on kinship, becoming good ancestors and creating a different future in public education.

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In the first episode discussing Daniel Heath Justice’s Why Indigenous Literatures Matter, Nancy O’Donnell joins Colinda to talk about how Indigenous literatures engage with colonialism without being defined by it. They talk about how stories can heal,…

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Grace Garlow joins Colinda for the final episode of #FireNowVoicEd They talk about the dynamic nature of racism, the veneer of being a tolerant nation, and the collective responsibility for change.

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On episode 2 of #FireNowVoicEd judy mckeown joins Colinda to talk about Part III: Lessons from History, Connections across Spaces. They talk about racism and whiteness as systems within education and how knowing the history of colonization and white…

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Phiona Lloyd-Henry joins Colinda on this first episode of The Fire Now: Anti-Racist Scholarship in Times of Explicit Racial Violence. Covering Parts 1 & 2, they discuss practising care, the violence of whiteness and what it means to think of yourself…

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On this special episode, author of A Mind Spread Out on the Ground Alicia Elliott joins Jerica, April and Colinda to talk about the history of Canada as a history of racism, using her book as a classroom resource and calls to action for educators.

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In episode 3 of #MindSpreadOutVoicEd April Waters speaks with Colinda about the last essays in the book, about identity, stereotypes and extractivism, and how these play out in education systems.

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Anika Guthrie joins Colinda for episode 2 of #MindSpreadOutVoicEd talking about Indigenous health, the processes of anti-racism & decolonial love in schools and what it really means to teach Indigenous truths.

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In the first episode discussing Alicia Elliott’s A Mind Spread Out on the Ground, Jerica Fraser joins Colinda to talk about settler collective amnesia, dark matter and teaching with love.

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Stephen Hurley
Chief Catalyst, voicEd Radio Canada

Stephen Hurley has spent nearly 40 years as an educator. He has experience as a classroom teacher, a curriculum consultant, a teacher educator and a policy observer.

He has a strong relationship with the EdCan Network (formerly the Canadian Education Association), an organization that inspired the launch and evolution of voicEd Radio Canada.

Hurley believes that stronger connections between education research, practice and policy are essential to the type of change that will be necessary in Canada's public education systems moving forward.