November 27, 2020

Listen to the episode here.

Articles shared this week:

Amazon workers in Germany to go on strike on ‘Black Friday’

Trans people can now self-identify their gender with a few clicks as India launches revolutionary online portal

DA Boudin charges fired SFPD officer with manslaughter over fatal shooting

Historian Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz on Thanksgiving: “It Has Never Been About Honoring Native Americans”

Homework: Questions About “Home”~ This worksheet was inspired by​ and out created by Qwul’sih’yah’maht, Robina Thomas (LyacksonoftheCoast Salish Nation). It has been developed with input from Corrina Gould (Chochenyo Ohlone from the Confederated Villages of Lisjan), Johnella LaRose (Shoshone-Bannock), Nick Tilsen (Oglala-Lakota), Annie Morgan Banks and Chanelle Gallant. The goal of this exercise is for non-native people to learn and reflect on the history and current struggles of Indigenous people, and to begin thinking about our role in colonization and decolonization. It is about ​changing the way we think about and relate to the land that we call home and to the people whose home this land is.

Santa Clara County Community Celebrates Historic Move to Stop the Construction of a Jail, and Embark on a Community Process to Explore Alternatives to the Incarceration!

Facial Recognition Technology Is Being Used on More Campuses during COVID-19 by Mary Retta for Teen Vogue

Nurse: “We Are Screaming at the Top of Our Lungs and So Few Are Listening” by William Rivers Pitt for Truthout

Music from today’s episode

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