[Encore] Radical Inclusivity & CRT w/Dr. Reiland Rabaka (2022)

Originally released Jan 24, 2022: [Update, The CAAAS in now open!] What exactly IS radical inclusivity and what does it have to do with Critical Race Theory? On today’s episode we’re excited to be joined by Dr. Reiland Rabaka to dive into this…

[Encore] Our stories (2020)

Originally Released Dec 22, 2021: Are you wondering how a prep school-raised white girl from Boston and a Black man from Atlanta like us teamed up to collaborate on a mission to work towards progression to help dismantle systems of oppression? On…

Our Biggest Lessons From Season 4

We can’t believe it, we’ve made it to the end of Season 4. What a year of absolutely mind-blowing conversations and guests. With gratitude and excitement, we leave you with these final reflections on dismantling white supremacy, sitting in…

S4E20: Radical Education w/ Jocelyn Rodriguez

“I’m not here to reform. I’m here to abolish, I’m here to dismantle.” – Jocelyn Rodriguez  What does it mean to have a radical approach? For Joceyln Rodriguez, it’s about pushing the norm, and often being the only one doing it. Today…

S4E19: White Supremacy: Let’s Call It What It Is

“Whoa whoa whoa – I’m not a white supremacist…” White supremacy is a pretty hard thing to talk about without all the defenses coming up and the conversation quickly ending. In this episode we talk about the difference between ‘being a white…

S4E18: Tyre Nichols: Is This A Race Thing?

We’re weighing in on the heated debate erupting across our country in the wake of Tyre Nichols murder. Tyre, a black man, was pulled over and subsequently killed by black police officers. Is this racist? Let’s ask better questions.  Our…

S4E17: The Dangers of the Hyper Woke w/Dr. Melissa Bird

How does perfectionism undermine our activism? This conversation today is so important. We’re with Dr. Melissa Bird, discussing how our fears of messing up and being judged impedes our activism, and how our shame and guilt are leading us to action…

S4E16: Activation & Allyship w/Brenda Herrera Moreno

Anti-oppression work requires great introspection and learning of self and habits. According to Brenda Herrera Moreno, the role that we have to play in combating oppression is equivalent to the life journey of getting to know ourselves better. …

S4E15: Injustice Isn’t Elsewhere, It’s Here w/ Sirad Zahra

The world is an intense place. We are bombarded with news of tragedies and injustices and many of us wonder, “what can I do?”, before we are swept back into our busy lives. Sirad Zahra joins us today to talk about the injustices that land on our…