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01. Building Decolonial Solidarity (Part 1 of 2)

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06. Decolonizing Wealth
In this episode of CKX Questions we sit down for a conversation with Edgar Villanueva - member of the Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina, Chair of the Board of Directors of Native Americans in Philanthropy, Vice President of Programs and Advocacy at the Schott Foundation for Public Education and author of Decolonizing Wealth. Links from our Conversation:  Decolonizing Wealth: Indigenous Wisdom to Heal Divides and Restore Balance Take Action (Decolonizing Wealth Website) Native Americans in Philanthropy NDN Collective
27:20
November 14, 2019
05. National Narratives, The Power of Coalitions and Frameworks for Change
In this episode of CKX Questions we sit down for a conversation with Maya Menezes - Senior Manager at The Leap (where she is the co-host of the Change Everything podcast), an organizer with No One Is Illegal Toronto and an organizer of PowerShift.  And it is the way that the latter summarized her work that resonated most for us - “Maya is a climate, refugee and migrant justice organizer, professional fundraiser and full-time hell raiser.”  Links from our conversation:  Change Everything Podcast Migrant Rights Network (Short Film) No One is Illegal Toronto (Facebook and Twitter) The intro and outro music for CKX Questions is the song "Good Vibes" by Broken Parts - check out the full album and support their work here. 
51:38
August 13, 2019
04. Leading with Love (Part 2 of 2)
In this episode of CKX Questions we continue our conversation with Alexa Conradi. Alexa's book "Les angles morts: Perspectives sur le Québec actuel" has recently been translated into English by Catherine Brown ("Fear, Love, and Liberation in Contemporary Quebec"). Learn more about the book here: https://btlbooks.com/book/fear-love-and-liberation-in-contemporary-quebec
23:37
July 22, 2019
03. Leading with Love (Part 1 of 2)
In this episode of CKX Questions we sit down with author and feminist activist Alexa Conradi, whose book "Les angles morts: Perspectives sur le Québec actuel" has recently been translated into English by Catherine Brown ("Fear, Love, and Liberation in Contemporary Quebec"). Learn more about the book here: https://btlbooks.com/book/fear-love-and-liberation-in-contemporary-quebec
24:43
July 12, 2019
02. Building Decolonial Solidarity (Part 2 of 2)
Welcome back to CKX Questions, Season 1. In this episode, we present the second half of our conversation with Aslam Bulbulia on "Building Decolonial Solidarity." Learn more about Aslam's work here: https://about.me/abulbulia
31:52
June 4, 2019
01. Building Decolonial Solidarity (Part 1 of 2)
Welcome to the first episode of CKX Questions, Season 1. In this episode, we present the first half of our conversation with Aslam Bulbulia on "Building Decolonial Solidarity." Learn more about Aslam's work here: https://about.me/abulbulia
08:41
May 30, 2019
What is CKX?
Community Knowledge Exchange (CKX) is a social change agency committed to leading with love, decolonizing our practices and recentering from the margins. In this promo episode, learn more about our approach and our programming for the year ahead. 
02:13
February 15, 2019
Introducing... CKX Questions
Hosted by Lee Rose, Kelsey Spitz and Alexander Dirksen of Community Knowledge Exchange (CKX). www.ckx.org/questions
02:00
January 31, 2019
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