After getting past the ideological trap of good versus bad cop, the next step is to ask two fundamental questions in terms of what the police are for. Whom do the police serve? What do they protect in a colonialist and capitalist social order?
This discussion of ownership, values, and digital property is great.
There’s not enough discussion of class in Canadian politics. How can looking at Canadian fiction and Canada Reads help shed light on how class is working today?
Please note that the time codes referenced here are for the web version of the story and will differ slightly if you are listening to…
The more Geoguessr I played, the more I notice how design permeates our world, and lets us know where we are in surprising ways.
Frances Moore Lappé’s ‘Diet For a Small Planet’ was first published in 1971, but to anyone steeped in the world of food – be it…
Capital Daily Podcast has a great episode about the creative ways Victoria restaurants have pivoted to meet the current situation.
Robyn Maynard and Desmond Cole share their thoughts in this compelling talk on issues surrounding abolitionism.
Aubrey Hirsch’s comic blends simple, clear visuals with research data on women and expressions of anger.
Insights into story telling, building thrilling narratives, editing, and bringing your full self to science communication.
Here are some helpful guides to pronunciation of lands: W̱SÁNEĆ and lək̓ʷəŋən.
Every episode of The Red Nation podcast looks epic. I’ve only listened to this one with Anne Spice and Dr. Karla Tait so far. I look forward to listening more.
This is the best. And it’s evergreen.
From the plasticity of culture, to consolidating power, Ian Danskin does an interesting job presenting on mainstreaming in this short video.
I haven’t seen these yet, but they come recommended by Project Respect. Open Space hosted this project in the spring. “These videos were made in…