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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Teaching To Transgress ft. Fiona Lloyd-Henry

In the final episode of Teaching to Transgress, Colinda is in conversation with Phiona Lloyd-Henry talking about building teaching communities, using the oppressor’s language and what a progress report on public education today would look like…

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Teaching To Transgress ft. judy mckeown

in episode 2 of Teaching to Transgress by bell hooks, judy mckeown joins Colinda to talk about chapters 5-9, using and creating theory in pr…

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EP 01 Teaching To Transgress ft. Debbie Donsky

In the first episode discussing Teaching to Transgress by bell hooks, Debbie Donsky joins Colinda to talk about educator wellness, holding patience and vigilance simultaneously in practice and creating communities of transformative pedagogy.

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EP 03 Dancing on Our Turtle’s Back ft. Anika Guthrie

On the final episode of Dancing on our Turtle’s Back, Anika Guthrie joins Colinda to talk about the last three chapters of the book. They talk about treaties as models, the beauty of Nishnaabeg leadership, and how to create spaces for emerging student…

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EP 02 Dancing on Our Turtle’s Back ft. Nancy O’Donnell

n episode 2 of Dancing on Our Turtle’s Back, Colinda speaks with Nancy O’Donnell about chapters 3-5, about Indigenous languages, the ethic of non-interference and the importance of dissent.

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EP 01 Dancing on Our Turtle’s Back ft. Starr McGahey-Albert

Season 3 of Anti-Racist Educator Reads starts off with Leanne Betasamosake Simpson’s Dancing on Our Turtle’s Back. Starr McGahey-Albert joins Colinda to talk about stories of resistance, interrupting and eviscerating colonial thought, and rebuilding…

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Why Indigenous Literatures Matter ft. Anika Guthrie

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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Why Indigenous Literatures Matter ft. Tesa Fiddler

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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Why Indigenous Literatures Matter ft. Nancy O’Donnell

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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EP 03 The Fire Now ft. Grace Garlow

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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