My Racist Friend
Episode 1.13b: Afraid of We

Episode 1.13b: Afraid of We

November 30, 2019

This is the second part of a conversation between Amy, Don, and local activist Jada Bee for a conversation about the many places in society outside of the farmer's market where racism thrives and the importance of believing marginalized voices. This conversation took place on November 23, 2019 and spans two episodes.

For more information about Black Lives Matter in Bloomington, Indiana, visit BLM.btown-in.org or email BlackLivesMatterBTown@gmail.com. Video from October’s A Seat At the Table event can be found on the website, as can information about donating to the Bailout Fund for black and brown activists. BLM also curates an anti-racist educational reading and viewing list.

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Episode 1.13a: Fighting Dolores Umbridge

Episode 1.13a: Fighting Dolores Umbridge

November 30, 2019

Don and Amy invite local activist Jada Bee for a conversation about protest and fighting white supremacy that tries to look normal. This conversation took place on November 23, 2019 and spans two episodes.

For more information about Black Lives Matter in Bloomington, Indiana, visit BLM.btown-in.org or email BlackLivesMatterBTown@gmail.com. Video from October’s A Seat At the Table event can be found on the website, as can information about donating to the Bailout Fund for black and brown activists. BLM also curates an anti-racist educational reading and viewing list.

 

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Episode 1.12: Bring the Butcher

Episode 1.12: Bring the Butcher

November 24, 2019

As sometimes happens, the intended topic of discussion for Amy an Don was displaced by a conversation about local protest, the day-to-day concerns of marginalized members of our community, and how to hold and reserve space for others. Plus, another food analogy.

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Episode 1.11: Putting Yourself Away

Episode 1.11: Putting Yourself Away

November 5, 2019

Don asks Amy about what it's like to live in these times as a woman. Amy shares her experience of hopelessness during a 2016 Presidential debate and the solidarity that came with many voices contributing to #MeToo. 

TW: this episode describes sexual violence and has more than the normal amount of cursing. 

We encourage you to revisit and support Tarana Burke's efforts to sustain the #MeToo movement she began in 2006. https://metoomvmt.org/

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