Episode 032: Kyle Whyte on Indigenous Resilience and Environmental Change

February 5, 2018

Myisha Cherry chats with philosopher Kyle Whyte about climate injustice, settler colonialism, anthropogenic environmental change, Indigenous resilience, and much more.

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Episode 031: Serene Khader on Cross-Border Feminist Solidarity

December 21, 2017

Myisha Cherry chats with philosopher Serene Khader about transnational feminism, solidarity, neoliberalism and women in the global south, writng advice, and so much more.

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Episode 030: Winston Thompson on Educational Justice

December 8, 2017

Myisha Cherry chats with philosopher Winston Thompson about justice and education, potential and formation, charter schools, decolonizing the curriculm, and more.

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Episode 029: Wendy Salkin on Informal Representation

October 3, 2017

Myisha Cherry chats with philosopher Wendy Salkin about informal representation, its powers, duties, and problems, Du Bois & Coates on the issue, and more.

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Episode 028: David Livingstone Smith on Dehumanization

August 31, 2017

Myisha Cherry chats with philosopher David Livingstone Smith about dehumanization, it's history, the role of race in dehumanizing practices, how monsters are made, and more.

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Episode 027: Lori Gruen on Prisons

June 14, 2017

Myisha Cherry chats with philosopher Lori Gruen about carceral spaces, teaching philosophy in prisons, the animal, prisoner, and blacks analogy, is animal rights for white people, and much more.

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Episode 026: Elizabeth Barnes on Disability and Well-Being

May 17, 2017

Myisha Cherry chats with philosopher Elizabeth Barnes about theories of disability, abnormal bodies and a flourishing life, diabilty pride, valuing disability, and much more. 

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Episode 025: Cassie Herbert on Risky Speech

April 5, 2017

Myisha Cherry chats with philosoher Cassie Herbert about risky speech, the difference between accusations and reports, how to respond to accounts of racism, sexism, etc, and much more.

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Episode 024: Larry Blum on Teaching Race

April 4, 2017

Myisha Cherry chats with philosopher Larry blum about teaching race, dealing with guilt and resentment in the classroom, teaching race in a Trump era, and much more.

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Episode 023: Tommie Shelby on Dark Ghettos

February 1, 2017

Myisha Cherry chats with philosopher Tommie Shelby about dark ghettos, integration, single black mothers, the moral permissibility of crime, hip-hop, and much more.

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