Episode 013: Meena Krishnamurthy on Distrust

February 1, 2016

Myisha Cherry chats with philosopher Meena Krishnamurthy about Martin Luther King jr. and political distrust, the global poor, and a phenomena known as "misidentification".

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Episode 012: Chike Jeffers on W.E.B. Dubois

December 29, 2015

Myisha Cherry chats with philosopher Chike Jeffers about double consciousness, Dubois' predictions, Black art, Dubois and Booker T. Debate, race, and more.

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Episode 011: Chike Jeffers on Black Thought

December 28, 2015

Myisha Cherry chats with philosopher Chike Jeffers about africana philosophy, Ethiopian political philosophy, black life and black solidarity in Canada, and why we need black Canadian philosophy.

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Episode 010: Joel Reynolds on Disability

December 11, 2015

Myisha Cherry chats with philosopher Joel Reynolds about the stigmas and oppressions surrounding disability, technology and mortality, 'inspiration porn', and sex and disability.

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Episode 009: Kristie Dotson on Ignorance

October 21, 2015

Myisha Cherry chats with philosopher Kristie Dotson about ignorance, problems facing black girls, academic passing, and black feminist thought.

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Episode 008: David McClean on Money

October 19, 2015

Myisha Cherry chats with philosopher, David McClean, on money and the philosophical life, hip-hop culture and materialism, occupy wall street, and why what happens on wall street matters to the poor. 

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Episode 007: Vanessa Wills on Marxism

August 17, 2015

Myisha Cherry chats with philosopher, Vanessa Wills, on marxism and its misconceptions, and what today's social movements can learn from marxist thought.

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Episode 006: Rachel McKinnon on Allies & Active Bystanders

July 14, 2015

Myisha Cherry chats with Philosopher Rachel McKinnon about what is ally culture and its problems, how we can become active bystanders, why blogs are as informative as books, and more. 

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Episode 005: Amir Jaima on Philosophy and Literature

June 8, 2015

Myisha Cherry chats with Philosopher, Amir Jaima, about what philosophy can learn from literature, what makes black literature so philosophically rich, Why is Toni Morrison a philosopher, and more.

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Episode 004: Douglas Ficek on Frantz Fanon & Social Protest

April 12, 2015

Myisha Cherry chats with philosopher, Douglas Ficek about Fanon, existentialism, #BlackLivesMatter, and current day activism

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