In this weeks episode a Conclusion of 2-part discussion from the first Plenary at Women’s Worlds 2011 in Ottawa, about women of color breaking cycles of racism, colonialism, horizontal hostility, caste, and child sexual abuse. Ends with riveting throat-singing performance by Tanya Tagaq.

Featured Speakers

Joann St.-Louis, law lecturer and rights activist in Canada; Tanya Tagaq, Inuit throat singer from Canada; Andrea Smith, Communications Prof. and Cherokee indigenous rights activist from the US; and Devaki Jain, scholar/development economist, India

Audio recorded by Frieda Werden; editing by Bea Bernhausen. Special thanks to Genevieve Vaughan, editor of the book Women and the Gift Economy (Inanna Press, Toronto)

ON WINGS | June 14, 2014 | 2:30 pm

Breaking Cycles Part 2

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In this weeks episode a Conclusion of 2-part discussion from the first Plenary at Women’s Worlds 2011 in Ottawa, about women of color breaking cycles of racism, colonialism, horizontal hostility, caste, and child sexual abuse. Ends with riveting throat-singing performance by Tanya Tagaq.

Featured Speakers

Joann St.-Louis, law lecturer and rights activist in Canada; Tanya Tagaq, Inuit throat singer from Canada; Andrea Smith, Communications Prof. and Cherokee indigenous rights activist from the US; and Devaki Jain, scholar/development economist, India

Audio recorded by Frieda Werden; editing by Bea Bernhausen. Special thanks to Genevieve Vaughan, editor of the book Women and the Gift Economy (Inanna Press, Toronto)

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