Episode 48: Deathless Divide by Justina Ireland
Hello, Coven! How is your winter going? We’re excited to bring you a new episode discussing Deathless Divide by Justina Ireland and finishing up the Dread Nation series. If you need a recap of what in the first book, you can check out our episode about Dread Nation!
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This episode features some animals trying to make themselves heard in the episode. Sorry not sorry. Now on to the notes!
- Racist history of gynecology from Wear Your Voice
- Anti-Blackness in Asian communities
- Treatment of Black Indigenous folks like Rebecca Roanhorse
- An Indigenous Peoples’ History of the United States
- The Red Nation podcast
- A Different Mirror for Young People
- Glossary regarding ableism in language
- A Few Red Drops
- Little Monsters movie
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Transcript to come Spring 2021
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