By Rush Kazi and Kevin Shawanda
A comedy podcast hosted by two Almost Indians (Rush Kazi & Kevin Shawanda) about oppression, politics, history, and the jerks we met along the way. Featuring Toronto comedians as guests, this pod drops weekly on Wednesdays!
Almost Indians Episode 4 - Colonialists Hate Dance in Canada
Kevin, Rush and Clif learn all about Pow Wow and Indigenous dance
August 04, 2021
Almost Indians Episode 3 - Colonialists Hate Dance in India
Why is it then whenever colonizers come to a country, the try to ban all local dance? Is it because they lack rhythm? Why is the town of footloose so appealing? Rush Kazi presents a look at the Indian dances and martial arts that colonialists could not stand. Featuring Kevin Shawanda and special guest, Clif Knight
July 21, 2021
Almost Indians - Episode 2 - Canada and Residential Schools with Alice Rose
Host Kevin Shawanda presents the second episode of Almost Indians, where he talks about Canada's "dirty little secret", the internment of the Indigenous peoples of Canada in residential schools. Kevin, who himself attended Indian Day School, shows us a peek behind the curtain, detailing the horrors perpetrated by priests and nuns and the government of Canada who tried to eradicate the "Indian Problem". With host Rush Kazi, and special guest, Alice Rose.
July 14, 2021
Almost Indians Almost Indians - Episode 1. Winston Churchill and the Bengali Famine pt. 2
In Part 2 of 2 of our series preimere, Host Rush Kazi talks about how Winnie C. royally boned the Bengali people by creating the WORST man-made famine ever, resulting in the deaths of over 3 million Bengali people in Bangladesh and India. With Kevin Shawanda and special guest James Elias Island, you can hear more about evil professors and stolen treasures as we finish up of our first episode ever!
July 07, 2021
Almost Indians - Episode 1. Winston Churchill and the Bengali Famine pt. 1
In our SERIES PREMIERE, Host Rush Kazi presents talks about how Winston Churchill was responsible for the worst man-made famine ever, resulting in the deaths of over 3 million Bengali people in Bangladesh and India. With Kevin Shawanda and special guest James Elias Island from the leftist Youtube channel, Chill Goblin, join the gang as they talk about Winnie C., fish ghosts, soulless professors, and how one country starved while another country was forced to ration out a meagre 10 pints of beer PER DAY to their menfolk. Our first episode ever, and it's a 2-parter. Check next week for part 2!
June 30, 2021