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…
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.
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.
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.
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.
On the final episode of #AntiracismVoicEd Colinda speaks with Coretta Sampson about the challenges of inclusive education, implications for the future of educational practice, still relevant 25 years after Anti-Racism Education: Theory & Practice was…
In the first episode of George Dei’s Anti-Racism Education: Theory & Practice, Racquel Brown joins Colinda to discuss chapters 1 & 2, the principles of anti-racism education, educator responsibilities and pushing back on barriers and resistance.