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A Decolonized Podcast for lovers on the margins, join your resident sexuality educator Ericka Hart and Deep East Oakland's very own Ebony Donnley, as we game give, dismantle white supremacy and kiki in the cosmos somewhere between radical hood epistemological black queer love ethics, pop culture, house plants and a sea of books. Light an incense to this. #nigchampa #hrhw #theblackpoweredpodcast To monetarily support Hoodrat to Headwrap Venmo @Ericka-Hart or PayPal: ericka@ihartericka.com
 
Raising children is hard. Raising children while black is even harder. The Parenting Decolonized podcast shines the light on how colonization has impacted the black family structure and what to do about it. Host Yolanda Williams takes you on the journey as she learns how to raise liberated black children without breaking their spirits. Yolanda and her guests discuss how to decolonize your parenting by resisting old narratives, how to use conscious parenting as activism against white supremac ...
 
Welcome to Land Decolonized, an Indigenous podcast that explores the practical side of the Framework Agreement on First Nation Land Management. This podcast was created for First Nations communities and anyone interested in learning more about land governance outside of the Indian Act. The Land Decolonized podcast is brought to you by the First Nation Land Management Resource Centre and supported by the First Nation Land Advisory Board.
 
⁣[] Eating Disorder diagnosis and treatment under the western biomedical model of psychiatry and psychology fails to acknowledge the socially constructed systems and institutions creating disordered eating and dis-ease. ​Unsustainable, oppressive, and harmful systems underpinning capitalism, industrialization, neo-liberal food politics, and colonialism have led to the epidemiology of eating disorders which shows up in diverse ways, among various intersectionalities of identity within communi ...
 
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We can all agree that the conscious parenting journey is hard work! You have to come correct to stay the course. Information is power! I’m always looking for support from individuals of like minds because there is always something new to learn! We must have a systematic approach to decolonizing parenting. Today my guest shares his personal experien…
 
We're back with a longie but goodie just in time for the Fall of Kabul and also autumn. Have you ever asked yourself why tax reform is such a contentious issue and has been for decades? Have you ever stopped to think that politicking, grandstanding and "fashion diplomacy" is part of moderate, centrist Democrats' pandering to a more leftist, "progre…
 
Let’s talk about the black-conscious parenting experience. Here is some truth to chew on…if you have unresolved trauma due to marginalization and racism, it can trigger a vicious generational parenting cycle. In the process of trying to save our children from oppression, we can unintentionally become their oppressors. The truth is, the survival sta…
 
Let’s talk about unschooling and how it liberates both parents and children. Here is some truth to chew on...conventional schooling is a trap with capitalist undertones. I’m not sure if you know this but conventional schooling was reserved for the elite before child labor laws were enacted in the early 1900’s. After children were prohibited from wo…
 
This is the final episode of season 1 of Decolonize Everything and it's a very special episode. Rebecca is joined by her sister Sara Nicole Mendoza. Sara Nicole is a life coach who helps highly sensitive people and empaths learn to regulate their nervous system, and ultimately to step into their power and heal. In this episode Sara and Rebecca shar…
 
Let’s talk about mainstream parenting and conscious parenting. Here is some truth to chew on...mainstream parenting is brutal and harmful and we are all tired. Conscious parenting, on the other hand, is a long and tedious journey but it is worth the sacrifice. The conscious parenting journey is two-fold, and before we can excel in conscious parenti…
 
Britta Ofori-Kuragu of The Purposeful Parenting Paradigm talks entrepreneurship and fostering independent children. Her children, ages 7 and 3, found themselves with an accidental soap-making business which she used as an opportunity to teach independence while cultivating her kids' creativity. In this episode, explore the ways in which Britta util…
 
Samantha Nogonash, former Deputy Chief and current Land Manager of the Magnetawon First Nation Samantha shares a wonderful on-the-ground perspective on day-to-day land management. Having been operational with a land code for the past 6 years, Magnetawan has made turtles a priority for their environmental protection activities and believes Land Deco…
 
Chief Edward (Ted) Williams of the Chippewas of Rama First Nation is on the show this week. The home of the popular and successful "Casino Rama" development, Chief Williams speaks to dealing with COVID-19, and plans for reopening the community with a large retail centre. Having a deep history in lands related work dating back to the early 1970s, he…
 
Adam Good, Band Manager of Shawanaga First Nation near Lake Huron, Ontario, has been involved in the land code process from day one in his community. He was instrumental in shaping the community engagement and advocacy process. And with the prospect of an expanding land base (now under negotiation), having that foundation as a law-making entity wil…
 
Williams Lake First Nation's Chief Willie Sellars Jr. is on the show this week to talk about the positive developments that have come since passing the land code 7 years ago. Having been involved early on, Chief Sellars Jr. attributes strong community engagement and support for why land code works for them. Under his leadership, cultural revitaliza…
 
Our 25th episode takes us to Coast Salish territory in British Columbia. Former chief Willie Charlie of Sts'ailes First Nation joins the show this week. Willie is currently a negotiator who has had a broad array of experience and perspective on the history of land use that is still rich in memory. Having watched the transition to land code, Willie …
 
In this episode Jenny Medrano (she/they) joins Rebecca for a conversation about deconstructing DEI (diversity equity & inclusion) and envisioning "holistic liberation." Jenny offers practical tips, potential rituals, and profound insights for our path towards decolonization. Also: Join us in celebrating! Jenny has spent the last four years at Build…
 
Chairman of the Land Advisory Board Robert Louie is back on the show for a special extended episode in celebration of the 100th Land Code passed in Canada. Robert says "Land Decolonized" means a resurgence of Indian people, First Nations Land Management succeeds because it is community-driven, yet the main challenge has been to get the government t…
 
This week Richard sits down close to home with Rose Paul of Paqtnkek Mi'kmaw Nation in Nova Scotia. Paqtnkek is currently a developmental community that is looking to have its land code ratification vote in the fall of 2021. Rose has walked her community through the process by engaging with many other communities and taking up many of the available…
 
In this bonus episode I offer critiques of colonial systems and academic assumptions about religion and medicine. I share a bit about my research and experience of an unfolding relationship with copal. The decolonial healing path continues to draw me in. I am deeply grateful and increasingly aware of all that I need to un-learn and re-learn. This i…
 
The Resource Centre is thriving with a dedicated strategy for Training, Mentorship & Professional Development (TMPD). Angie Derrickson, TMPD Manager is on the show this week to explain the details of the strategies 4 year evolution, the webinars and “knowledge path tool” that are offered to First Nations. SHOW NOTES 00:53 Angie takes a break from g…
 
Andrew Beynon and Richard discuss the upcoming (April 28th) National Online Conversation on Enforcement of Indigenous Government Laws 2021:First Nation Policing Program & Policy Update. (This episode was recorded one day before the online session.) The online conversation will include Public Safety Canada and the RCMP providing an update on First N…
 
After 2000 downloads of the podcast, our 20th episode takes us to the thriving community of Membertou First Nation in Nova Scotia! Richard interviews Trevor Bernard, a lawyer, and Executive Director who has watched his community's transformation over the last 30 years. This community was the first in Nova Scotia to pass a land code and did so with …
 
James Cada from Mississauga First Nation joins the show this week. This Land Advisory Board member is a 30 year veteran of land management and his community of Mississauga First Nation enjoyed a smooth transition to self-government over their lands with many benefits and along the way. SHOW NOTES: 1:52 Jim describes his experience with the Land Cod…
 
This episode is dedicated to the memory and power of the victims of white domestic terrorism in Atlanta, the survivors and their families as well as the victims and survivors of all forms of sinophobic, anti-immigrant, anti-sex work and anti-Asian xenophobia/ US imperialist violence against Asian bodies happening all around the globe. If you would …
 
Have you thought about the way that our transportation systems are colonial? The violence of our cars? On this episode, Jonathon Stalls speaks about "unhurried movement" and every-day opportunities for connection and action in the face of a violent car-centric society. Join the sacred circle as Jonathon and I explore how walking/rolling/moving has …
 
Chief Maureen Chapman joins the show this week from Sq'ewa:lxw First Nation (BC). Chief Chapman is a First Nation Land Advisory Board Member and proud to have been a hereditary Chief since 1999. Chief Chapman says having been put on a waitlist due to the demand for First Nations to get into the land code process gave her community the time to creat…
 
Richard welcomes Steven Roy Johnston to the show this week. Being a Land Advisory Board member and Councillor for Mistawasis First Nation Steven comes from a long line of community leaders, and from one of the largest First Nations in Canada. Having taken on a land code fairly recently in 2017, Steven speaks to the continued protection of treaties …
 
,SHOW NOTES: This week Richard speaks to Joe Hall, Grand Chief of the Sto:lo Nation and former chief of Tzeachten First Nation. Having been impressed with the evolution of First Nations who have taken on a land code, positive change in the working relationships with local governments, planning and implementing land management processes, and putting…
 
This week Richard interviews Councillor Bill McCue of a Georgina Island First Nation. Bill has also been a long-time Land Advisory Board member and an advocate for land codes from the beginning. His community was the first ever to vote and ratify a land code in Canada. Although the creation of opportunity and business has been important to his peop…
 
Wow. What was 2020? There was a lot that happened, a lot of it bad. But there were some moments of clarity that helped show what is also possible in this world. We'll go in a little about that, why student loans should be cancelled, what the point of social work is at this moment in our lives, and this year's Goodreads challenges (spoiler: 2020's c…
 
This week Richard speaks with Chief Darcy Bear of Whitecap Dakota First Nation in Saskatchewan. Having been a leader for the past 30 years, he says land code governance helped his community to move at the speed of business, with a casino, hotel, and golf course development and significant infrastructure that will support the community for generatio…
 
Sandra Borràs joins as guest host. In this episode we will discuss with Sandra Borràs, who is a Psychologist and an Integrative and Humanist Psychotherapist. She has also worked with the indigenous medicines for the last 10 years between the Amazonia in Peru and Spain. She discusses with us her perspectives on plant medicines, spiritual dimensions …
 
En este episodio discutiremos con Sandra Borràs, psicóloga y psicoterapeuta integradora y humanista y que conoce las medicinas indígenas desde hace estos últimos 10 años entre la Amazonia de Perú y España. Sandra Borràs Psicologia y Salud Integradora Col. núm B-25933 www.sandraborras.es Decolonize Eating Disorders is an action-based forum addressin…
 
Dr. Seanna Leath is back to discuss her latest work, a study on how Black mothers’ socialization shapes the way Black girls come to understand racism. Often Black girls learn early on that conversation on racism, discrimination, and police brutality center concern for the men and boys in their lives. This is curious because we all know that violenc…
 
Chief Christian Sinclair of Opaskwayak Cree Nation is the guest on the show this week. He has watched his community grow out of tough economic conditions and utilized a land code and many tools of First Nation self-governance to provide a bright future of economic prosperity, protecting treaty rights and the environment. By comparison, Chief Sincla…
 
Richard speaks with long-standing Land Advisory Board member and former Chief of Nipissing First Nation, Phil Goulais. Phil was a part of the creation of the Framework Agreement and championed one of the earliest at Nipissing. Having been involved from the beginning, Phil is confident that the youth will carry on the great work of self-government, …
 
In this episode I’m in dialogue with a fellow woman of color podcaster, Natasha Pepperl. Natasha is a foster mom to a teen girl and as a woman of color, she is passionate about finding and sharing diverse perspectives when it comes to foster care. On this episode we push the edges of our definitions of family, discuss how to care for one another to…
 
This week Richard speaks with Chief Leah George-Wilson from Tsleil-Waututh Nation on the Burrard Inlet of BC's West Coast. A lawyer, and Land Advisory Board Member says that the main reason for taking on a land code in her community was "to eliminate 25% of the Indian Act from her community."Richard learns about the balanced approach that the Tslei…
 
Special Episode: this week we are launching a new podcast series to celebrate the 25th Anniversary of the Framework Agreement on First Nation Land Management. This episode is a special extended interview with former chief of Muskoday First Nation and Resource Centre Chairman Austin Bear. Richard explores Austin's prairie upbringing and leadership w…
 
Part 2 of this important discussion, asking you to evaluate your parenting practices and assess if you have been parenting like the police. Listen here for Part 1: https://www.spreaker.com/user/13316275/28-janelle-scales-part-1 Guest Info: Janelle Scales is an educator, activist, writer and mother of two. She is a public speaker and teaches social …
 
In this episode, Janelle Scales and I talk about the nuances of Black parenthood and the striking similarities between traditional corporal punishment we often see in Black families and the white supremacist system we try to protect our kids from. When our kids misbehave or express big emotions that we aren’t equipped to handle, what do we do? We s…
 
In this week's episode, Richard connects with Meko Nicholas, Executive Director of the First Nation Land Management Resource Centre. Meko has worked on the Framework Agreement with the founding First Nations from its early beginnings. Meko shares his approach to "follow the lead of First Nations" as the key to the direction of the Resource Centre, …
 
This week Richard speaks to Jason Campbell - a First Nation Land Advisory Board Director and Executive Director of Seabird Island Band in Agassiz, British Columbia. Jason speaks to how the land code came to Seabird Island, with the appeal being the ability to balance the protection of their lands with planned land use for agriculture and a business…
 
Making a connection from coast to coast, Richard who calls home in Nova Scotia speaks with Chief Gordon Planes from T'Souke First Nation on the far west coast of British Columbia. As a Land Advisory Board member and leader of his community, Chief Planes says control over Indigenous land is critical to saving the environment. Chief Planes speaks the…
 
This week Richards speaks with Chief Jeremy Norman of Flying Dust First Nation in Saskatchewan. Chief Norman explains how the opportunities lost under the Indian Act was their motivation to pass a land code. With 1500 members, Flying Dust First Nation have interests in a large group of companies, including an interesting flare gas to power project …
 
"Enabling land based self-government and opening up economic development opportunities was the motivation behind the land code for the Mississaugas of Scugog Island First Nation," says Chief Kelly LaRocca. Chief LaRocca reflects on the history of how the land code came to her community, and how it has engaged her people to come home and get involve…
 
A continuation of the conversation on COVID-19 and emergency measures. Is your land code community ready for an emergency, and where does law-making fit into your emergency management? Richard Perry and Andrew Beynon explore the powers that a land code gives First Nations to address broad emergency management and law making in their land governance…
 
The COVID-19 Pandemic has had a shocking effect on the health of people and has asked for local governments to act. Land code First Nations have swiftly idenfied the risks and have responded quickly to protect their vulnerable populations. Andrew Beynon explores the response to COVID-19 in Land Code First Nations, and provides insight into the land…
 
This is a short audio piece from October 2020 that I created for a Harvard Divinity School spiritual practice "pop-up." As you can see from the last two episodes, I learned a lot of this from Maria and Denise and continue to humbly work towards decolonizing my own spirituality through tending to my altar. As an end of 2020 bonus I want to thank eve…
 
The second part of Rebecca's conversation with Maria Sierra & Denise Vaughn. To fully engage this conversation go back and start at part one. In this episode we discuss creating and tending an altar as a sacred space and a practice for decolonizing our healing and spirituality. Also check out the bonus episode (right after this!) about Rebecca's al…
 
Parenting Decolonized is excited to announce the Rona, Racism, and Radical Parenting conference that will help parents make big mental shifts so they don't revert back to oppressive parenting practices when you're stressed. In this solo pod I explain the details of the conference and go into more detail about my big vision for the future. Sign up f…
 
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