We have two exciting announcements to share with you! MERCH STORE We’ve launched a merch store! We have a few items in our brand new merch store, including t-shirts, hoodies, joggers, and coffee mugs. And stay tuned as we add more gear to our store soon. Please check out our[…]
Niceness isn’t enough, and it sure ain’t liberation. Listen as Aaron and Damien discuss three articles (links to the articles are in our previous post) on the concept of whiteness and niceness, the harm that can be done by “nice white people” if their words and actions aren’t in alignment[…]
Want to join the conversation with us about whiteness and niceness? Check out the three articles we discuss in episode 7 below. White Like Me, Nice Like Me White people assume niceness is the answer to racial inequality. It’s not. White Niceness as the Enemy of Black Liberation
The COVID-19 pandemic, racism, police violence, economic hardships, white supremacy, and social injustice were some of the unfortunate cornerstones of 2020. Listen as Aaron and Damien discuss Marc Lamont Hill’s book We Still Here and use it as a resource for how we might work towards an abolitionist future.
There is no debate that Black lives matter and that this country needs to do better by Black boys and men. Listen as Aaron and Damien talk about the documentary Black Boys, which illuminates the humanity and lived experiences of Black men and boys in America. Find episode 5 here[…]
It’s difficult to discuss the impact of the 2020 U.S. presidential election–and all of the events and years surrounding it–on our country and our everyday lives. In our fourth episode, we talk all about the election, inauguration, insurrection, and more from the lenses of social justice and collective liberation. Find[…]
We are long overdue for a true reckoning with this country’s history. In our third episode, we discuss The 1619 Project as a powerful tool for confronting this country’s history and pushing us towards collective liberation. Find episode 3 here and in your favorite podcast app.
Finding a path towards healing and liberation amidst our individual and collective traumas can be a daunting process. In our second episode, we explore Kazu Haga’s article from Waging Nonviolence on building healing movements and the direct actions we can apply to our daily lives. We hope this episode helps[…]
Our first official episode is here! Learn more about hosts Damien and Aaron in this week’s episode. We talk in-depth about our identities as they provide context for how we view the world and discuss why the work of social justice and collective liberation is important to us. You can[…]
TODAY IS THE DAY! Interdependent Study is LIVE! Listen to the PREVIEW EPISODE of Interdependent Study (Coming Soon!) to get a sense of what our podcast is all about. You can find the episode here and wherever you listen to your favorite podcasts. We hope you’ll join us in the[…]