June 3, 2020
A Time To Hear Other Voices
In light of the current unrest and outrage in the…
In light of the current unrest and outrage in the U.S. and now around the world in solidarity, and also in an effort to center current conversations around those who have experienced being systematically oppressed, we have decided not to release a regular episode of the IndoctriNation podcast this week.
On our social media platforms, we have provided a partial list of links for our listeners of podcasts by black creators that our team thought were timely and powerful. It is time for them to tell their stories, whether you agree with them, or not. We value all of our listeners and love that you listen to each episode. This is the 1st time in over 2 years of weekly shows that we are not releasing a new episode. Please consider listening this week to any of the following:
Pod Save the People - "Keep the Fight" w/ Justine Barron and Amelia McDonell-Perry
Their most recent episode about George Floyd and protests.
Broken Record - "The Limits of Power"
Class power and the history of policing discussed by Malcolm Gladwell
The Breakdown with Shaun King Ep. 249 - From Tulsa to Minneapolis - Why History Repeats Itself
Reaganomics Podcast - "It's Okay to Not Be Okay"
Latest episode on COVID pandemic, quarantine, racism, and a run-in with police.
NPR's Code Switch - "A Decade of Watching Black People Die"
A review of the BLM movement up from Eric Garner and Freddie Gray, up to today.
Jemele Hill is Unbothered Ep. 95 "John Legend - Polite Raunch"
Jemele and John talk about accountability in the scope of recent events.
We will be back next week. It is without question a time of important watershed moments as the floodgates have opened. Hopefully soon, with work and change, we will move towards a time of greater understanding, responsiveness, and healing. Stay safe.