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Whether you are interested in becoming a more racially conscious educator, or you are simply an individual seeking to learn more about racial matters, we invite you to listen to our podcast and join us on a life-long journey of anti-racist education. The Anti-Racist Educator is run by a collective of educators of colour and based in Scotland. As an online learning platform, The Anti-Racist Educator aims to critically challenge racism by exploring teaching, discussing ideas and sharing learni ...
 
This is From Woke to Work: The Anti-Racist Journey. Hosted by Kamala Avila-Salmon, she talks about what it means to go from a self-proclaimed ally to an effective anti-racist. Whether you’re an ally that’s ready to take action or a Black person looking for a place to direct all those ally questions, this is the podcast you’ll want to keep close at hand. There's something missing about the way that we're talking about allyship. Kamala felt it more acutely than ever in the wake of the murders ...
 
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This is a special episode of #AntiRacistEducatorReads of #YourVoiceARER. Colinda speaks with a panel of white educational leaders and friends, Debbie Donsky, Ruth Beatty, Alison Bradshaw and Heather Walker, talking about whiteness, spending white privilege, and taking action as co-conspirators.Colinda Clyne による
 
On the final episode of #PushoutVoicEd, Colinda is joined by Camille Logan to review the series and make connections to previous series. They talk about repairing relationships, rethinking "gaps" to debt, institutional and personal accountability and hope.Colinda Clyne による
 
For episode 2 of #PushoutVoicEd Colinda and co-host Melissa Wilson talk about perceived attitude, the rejection of whiteness and power and oppression in chapter 2 of Pushout, A Blues for Black Girls when “Attitude” is Enuf. Special guests Malissa Bryan and Brittany join the conversation to offer their…
 
A black square on Instagram doesn’t make you an anti-racist, but there is a path to follow. Welcome to From Woke to Work, the Anti-Racist Journey, a podcast created and hosted by Kamala Ávila-Salmon, with the mission to make an impactful dent in people’s understand of how to actually combat racism. Whether you’re an ally ready to take action or a b…
 
In this wide-ranging episode, Hashim spoke with Karim Mitha back in October 2020 about the influence of racism on mental health, with a focus on Muslim communities in Scotland. Karim is a speciality registrar in public health medicine with expertise in ethnic health inequalities, social determinants of health, and migrant communities and mental hea…
 
In this episode, Melina interviews Michelle Codrington-Rogers, the first (known) Black female president in British teacher trade union history. Michelle shares with us her journey from truly knowing herself thanks to Saturday schools, to getting hooked to activism as the Black Students Officer, and rising even higher in the teacher trade union rank…
 
In this second episode on our mental health series, Ellie and Amy from IYS (Intercultural Youth Scotland) talk to Melina and Sangeeta about the launch of IYS specialised mental health service for Black and POC young people. We discuss the impact of racial trauma on young BPoC and the barriers to accessing mental health services for BPoC youth. The …
 
For the last episode of #BraidingVoicEd, Colinda and Starr McGahey-Albert talk about Braiding Sweetgrass, re-envisioning systems that honour the original teachings of purpose and non-interference, and creating spaces where students and staff learn the nature of their own gifts to do good in the workColinda Clyne による
 
A black square on Instagram doesn’t make you an anti-racist, but there is a path to follow. Welcome to From Woke to Work, the Anti-Racist Journey, a podcast created and hosted by Kamala Avila-Salmon, with the mission to make an impactful dent in people’s understand of how to actually combat racism. Whether you’re an ally ready to take action or a b…
 
In this special episode of #BraidingVoicEd Colinda is in conversation with Joe Pitawanakwat, founder and director of Creators Garden. Joe talks about bringing #Indigenous knowledge and western knowledge together through the teachings of plants.Colinda Clyne による
 
A black square on Instagram doesn’t make you an anti-racist, but there is a path to follow. Welcome to From Woke to Work, the Anti-Racist Journey, a podcast created and hosted by Kamala Avila-Salmon, with the mission to make an impactful dent in people’s understand of how to actually combat racism. Whether you’re an ally ready to take action or a b…
 
Jerica Fraser is Colinda's co-host for episode 2 of Braiding Sweetgrass. They talk about the themes of responsibility and reciprocity in the Tending Sweetgrass section, and discuss bringing practices of gratitude into classrooms and schools.Colinda Clyne による
 
A black square on Instagram doesn’t make you an anti-racist, but there is a path to follow. Welcome to From Woke to Work, the Anti-Racist Journey, a podcast created and hosted by Kamala Avila-Salmon, with the mission to make an impactful dent in people’s understand of how to actually combat racism. Whether you’re an ally ready to take action or a b…
 
In this first episode on racial trauma, the founder of Black Learning Achievement and Mental Health (BLAM), Ife Thompson, speaks to Melina and Sangeeta about the BLAM's work and her understanding of the impacts of racial trauma on young Black British people. Amongst the strategies for healing, Ife discusses the importance of teaching Black History,…
 
On the first episode of Braiding Sweetgrass, Colinda is joined by her Anishinaabe sister Pam Agawa. They talk about the Planting Sweetgrass section, about what gifting, gratitude, relationships and reciprocity might look like in education systems.Colinda Clyne による
 
A black square on Instagram doesn’t make you an anti-racist, but there is a path to follow. Welcome to From Woke to Work, the Anti-Racist Journey, a podcast created and hosted by Kamala Avila-Salmon, with the mission to make an impactful dent in people’s understand of how to actually combat racism. Whether you’re an ally ready to take action or a b…
 
Welcome back to FROM WOKE TO WORK: The Anti-Racist Journey. On this episode host, Kamala Avila-Salmon, discusses the next level on the journey, ALLYSHIP. Let's be clear, you are not an ally just because you think you are. You are also not an ally just because you would like to be. You are not an ally because you have Black friends. You are not an a…
 
Welcome back to FROM WOKE TO WORK: The Anti-Racist Journey. On the last episode, we talked about the fourth stage of this journey- REFLECTION. If this is your first time joining us, STOP and go back to Episode 1. Now that we have made the case for reflection, Kamala does what she always does- lights a fire under your collective butts so you don’t j…
 
As we drive into this episode of From Woke to Work: The Anti-Racist Journey, let's first level-set where we are in our journey. We took a detour the last 2 weeks to take a WTF break to process the White Trumpian insurrection at the Capitol and then to talk about the importance of relationships in the quest for anti-racism. We're now moving into the…
 
In unpacking chapters 3 and 4, Shelita Walker joins Colinda for episode 2 of #MoreThanSurviveVoicEd to talk about mattering, schools as homespaces, the problems with grit and character ed and the importance of robust civics education.Colinda Clyne による
 
The idea for the Anti-Racist Journey came to host, Kamala Avila Salmon, this past summer when everyone you know was getting “woke” and almost all the Black people you know were feeling exhausted by all the “woke” talk without action. The journey is arranged as a funnel, based on her past as a marketer - it is meant to mimic the marketing conversion…
 
Colinda is joined by Melissa Wilson for the first episode of #MoreThanSurviveVoicEd to discuss chapters 1 & 2 of Bettina Love's We Want To Do More Than Survive: Abolitionist Teaching and the Pursuit of Educational Freedom. Both share examples of what racial justice work looks like in education. Melissa offers a primer on intersectionality.…
 
Welcome to a special edition of From Woke to Work: The Anti-Racist Journey. On this episode, host Kamala Avila-Salmon, interrupts the journey through the funnel to RAGE on what happened at the Capitol on January 6, 2021 or as it felt, December 37th in the unending trash year known as 2020. What the HELL happened at the Capitol on Wednesday if not a…
 
Empathy is what inspired host, Kamala Avila-Salmon to put The Anti-Racist together; more specifically, it was the LIMITS of empathy that inspired her. While empathy is very important, and for many it feels good, it will not by itself free us from established patterns of shock, outrage, protest, and then complacency. On this episode, Kamala connects…
 
In this week’s episode Kamala zeros in on empathy because it is a critical stop on the journey to ensuring any plans we make to address racism going forward are grounded on an understanding of our shared humanity. Anti-Black racism is not a Black people problem, it is a White supremacy problem. Until non-Black, and especially White people, see the …
 
On this week's episode, Kamala invited two mentors of hers, Jason White and Amani Duncan, to join her today to talk about the limits of sympathy and why aspiring allies and anti-racists need to go much further than that to actually drive change. As marketing execs, both Jason and Amani know the power of stories to spark awareness and elicit emotion…
 
In this episode of From Woke to Work, Kamala talks about sympathy and why it matters that on your way to actually taking action to reject a racist world order, you actually spend some time feeling bad. If the state-sanctioned death of your fellow citizens does not deeply disturb you, there is likely something else going on. Listen as she unpacks sy…
 
Uuganaa Ramsay is an award-winning author, campaigner and advocate. In this podcast she delves into the story of how the word Mongol was misused to describe people with Down Syndrome. The activist also lays out why is it so important to proudly use the word Mongol and to speak about and celebrate Mongol identity and culture. Uuganaa shares with us …
 
It only took the video recording of the murder of a(nother) Black man to go viral for the entire world to realize the United States of America has a systemic racial issue. We wish we were joking. There is a… silver lining here though, America is now proudly “woke”, right? The thing is, to the affected communities, this awakening is a bit of a slap …
 
In this final episode of the season, Colinda Clyne welcomes a panel of educators who have come to understand that how powerful partnerships are in the anti-racist work that they are undertaking. On the panel tonight: Nancy O'Donnell, Lisa Michano-Courchene, Colleen Court, Jerica Fraser, Brandon Pachan and Heather Black…
 
This year will be hard to forget, not only have we witnessed a pandemic unfold in front of our eyes, but also social movements that arise in the middle of chaos. The Black Lives Matter movement is especially highlighted, as unfortunate events triggered the rage of the already exhausted black community, who got the support of recently “woke” non-bla…
 
A black square on Instagram doesn’t make you an anti-racist, but there is a path to follow. Welcome to From Woke to Work, the Anti-Racist Journey, a podcast created and hosted by Kamala Avila-Salmon, with the mission to make an impactful dent in people’s understand of how to actually combat racism. Whether you’re an ally ready to take action or a b…
 
Anti-Racist Educator Reads is pausing the reading to put theory to practice. How do educators use a book study to support actioning anti-racist work in their schools and systems? In this first episode, a panel of administrators talk about their successes and challenges, and how their work connects directly to one or more of the texts.…
 
This is From Woke to Work: The Anti-Racist Journey. Hosted by Kamala Avila-Salmon, she talks about what it means to go from a self-proclaimed ally to an effective anti-racist. Whether you’re an ally that’s ready to take action or a Black person looking for a place to direct all those ally questions, this is the podcast you’ll want to keep close at …
 
Hashim and Sangeeta chat with Fowsia and Mea from Kids of Colour- a platform that provides space for young people of colour to explore race, identity and culture and support them to challenge racism. They talk to us about their 'No Policing in Schools' campaign, the response it's received in Greater Manchester, and the impact of school policing on …
 
Hashim chats with esteemed educator from the States, Curtis Acosta. He and his students were the focus of the film "Precious Knowledge" which told the story of the Mexican-American Studies program at Tuscon Magnet High School in Arizona. We go in depth on the significance of the program, the orchestrated backlash against it from reactionary element…
 
To be, or not to be racist, that's not the question. In this episode, Zeus Leonardo shares what it means for educators to pledge to anti-racism, as opposed to simply "being" racist or not racist (because one can be both). Professor Zeus Leonardo is renowned scholar in Critical Social Theory and he draws on critical theories to make sense of oppress…
 
In episode one of Decolonizing Education, Colinda is joined by her Anishinaabe sister Pamala Agawa to discuss how the legacy of forced assimilation and colonialism impacts education today, and what educators can do to affect change.Colinda Clyne による
 
In this episode, we speak to one of the most important minds in the field of critical pedagogy, Peter McLaren. It's an incredible journey through his experiences of teaching, realising the centrality of the political contexts we operate in, and seeing how critical pedagogy can set us free. Check us out at https://twitter.com/AntiRacistEd and suppor…
 
For the final episode of the Policing Black Lives, Colinda is joined by Tisha Nelson and Donna Cardoza. They discuss racism in the child welfare and education systems, and finish the book with radical hope.Colinda Clyne による
 
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