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Au cours de la dernière année, plusieurs discussions se sont fait sur la brutalité policière mais sans résultat concluant. Valérie Plante a décidé de répondre à tout cela, en augmentant considérablement le montant budgétaire alloué aux forces policières (plus de 30M$ jusqu’à maintenant). Pourtant, plusieurs solutions ont été suggérées pour attaquer…
 
Pour cet épisode, nous avons décidé de revoir certaines de nos positions sur le féminisme. Tout au long des épisodes, vous nous avez vu principalement partager des connaissances (souvent avec l'aide d'invités) mais cette fois, nous voulons que vous participiez à notre processus de déconstruction. Lorsqu'il s'agit de justice sociale, la croissance n…
 
In the past few weeks, we witnessed a resurgence of the discussion around what is going on in Palestine. This happens every couple of years, but what seemed different this time is that on social media, the general public seemed to side in favor of Palestinians and acknowledged their struggle for the first time ever. In this episode, we had the plea…
 
In this episode, we explain why we have a deep rooted hatred towards academia by deconstructing how many oppressive systems are present in schools. We talk about how schools promote capitalism, misogyny, elitism and ableism by linking it to our personal experience with these establishments as well as presenting statistics defending our arguments.Da…
 
***Le mot pour ''ableism'' en français est le CAPACITISME et non le capacisme. Une personne peut être capaciste mais l'oppression est le capacitisme. Beck dit capacisme à plusieurs reprises vraiment désolée pour l'erreur!***Dans cet épisode Allie, une femme noire en situation d'handicap, nous aide à analyser l'oppression à laquelle elle doit faire …
 
In this episode, we are joined byAlexander and Ramsley, our fellow podcasters from the podcast “Les Généralistes” to have an honest conversation about how cisgender heterosexual men uphold the patriarchy and what they can do to dismantle it. To fight against white supremacy is also to fight against patriarchy, and that’s why it’s imperative for thi…
 
In this episode (which falls during Adoption Awareness Month), we tackle the subject of transracial adoption, from the perspective of two Black adopted women: Cam and Clem. The ladies talk about the politics of adoption, white saviourism, finding their Black identity while living in white spaces and more. It’s important for non-adopted Black people…
 
This episode is sponsored by RISE Kombucha! Cet épisode est sponsorisé par RISE Kombucha!This is an uncomfortable conversation but it needs to be held. Corporal punishment is still very normalized in the Black community. Dr Lashley, a Black psychologist joins us to talk about the roots of this popular form of “discipline” as well as the short-ter…
 
***SHOP SAINT LYON AND SUPPORT A LOCAL BLACK BUSINESS!!*** PROMO CODE: WOKE15https://saintlyon.comIg: @stlyonapparelSaint Lyon is a growing Montreal based fitness apparel company whose mission is to promote confidence with their outfits without sacrificing performance and comfort. A fraction of each purchase is given back to the community for a cau…
 
Dans cet épisode, nous discutons de la loyauté des femmes noires aux hommes noirs lorsqu'il est question de relations amoureuses, mais aussi dans le mouvement de libération noire et dans les cercles activistes. Nous avons décidé d'avoir une conversation que nous avons l'habitude d'avoir à huis clos, publiquement et pour ce faire nous avons invités …
 
In this episode, we break down the last 4 months. We talk about the pandemic, discuss our thoughts on wokeorwhateva’s sudden growth over the last couple of months, our reactions to the killings of black people, white people’s performative activism and of course, our mental health. This was our first time back in the studio since quarantine and we a…
 
Dans cet épisode, nous avons comme invitées Maha et Joelle, deux femmes musulmanes de couleur qui portent le hijab. Elles se sont joints à nous pour parler de leur expérience en tant que femmes voilée vivant au Québec et de la façon dont l'islamophobie et le racisme systémique les affectent. Ceci est un épisode enregistré à distance en raison du co…
 
In this episode, we shed light on the mistreatment Africans are currently facing in China during this pandemic. We also address the blatant anti-blackness present in Asian communities and how anti-blackness is a global phenomenon. Is POC solidarity achievable? Or is it just a myth? We cover it all, in our first social distancing episode!Dans cet ép…
 
In this episode, we talk about WHAT accountability is. How can we hold each other accountable in the black community and why we seem to coddle cisgender black men instead of addressing their wrongdoings. By touching on topics such as consent, the Snoop Dogg vs Gayle King incident and more, we deconstruct how lack of accountability in our community …
 
Dans cette épisode on parle environnement!! Avec l'aide de notre invité Lourdenie Jean, fondatrice de la plateforme «l'Environnement, c'est intersectionnel», on utilise l'intersectionalité comme outils d'analyse pour décortiquer les enjeux environnements et comprendre de quelle façon elle affecte les communautés autochtones/noires/racisés. On discu…
 
In this we episode, we are looking at feminism and talk about what it means to us. From the theory to the lived experience, we share and analyze the different ways in which black women's living experience is so unique and from everyone else because of the intersection of race and sex. In the company of our girl Aida, from the ''Sis, are you OK??'' …
 
Closing in on this decade, we look at certain events that occurred that shaped the women that we are today. From social media to the Kardashians, to police brutality. This is the decade that made us “woke or whateva”Finissant la décennie, on décortique certains événements qui ont fait de nous les femmes que ne sommes aujourd’hui. Des réseaux sociau…
 
As two non-darkskin women, having a discussion on colorism which centered dark skin, black people's experience was not just important, it was necessary. In this episode, we get into why dark-skinned black people are the only black people who are at the receiving end of colorism, and what is our job as allies when it comes to bring awareness to this…
 
In this episode we talk about our type of men, why settling is BAD, how patriarchy forces us to lower our standards, the DUMB sh*t we’ve done for men and more!Dans cet épisode, on parle de nos goûts en matière de gars, le problème quand on se 'contente' de quelqu'un lorsqu'on parle de relations amoureuses, comment le patriarcat force les femmes à b…
 
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