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In part 1 of our two part series on Science, Consent, and Centering Survivors we speak with twerk enthusiast and ratchet revolutionary Jewel the Gem. We discuss abolition as a praxis of love, centering survivors to transform systems, and the historical legacy of anti-Black racism in the medical industrial complex. Trigger/Content Warning: This epis…
 
Abolition as education in practice, generative pedagogy, and reimagining the classroom space are the focal points of our conversation with Dr. Carmen Kynard. We discuss how Black Feminism is an imaginary practice that allows us to resist, disrupt, and create.
 
In this episode, we speak with Jeffrey Yoo Warren, an artist, community scientist, illustrator, and researcher. Jeffrey’s work aims to disrupt and dismantle the dominant framing of knowledge production by connecting with predecessor science and creating instruments for multiple worlds.
 
Blackgirl geographies, radical love, and freedom lands are the focal point of our conversation with Loren Cahill. We discuss cartography as a settler colonial project and also explore the many lessons to be learned from Harriet Tubman in our fight for abolition.
 
We talk to the organizers of Tiny Tech Zines about their first zine fair, which centered technology-focused zines by BIPOC creators. We discuss the history and purpose of zines as well as TTZ’s intentional emphasis on care as part of their work
 
In this episode, we speak to several members from Radical STEMM. They are a group of STEMM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics, and Making) educators in the Bay Area committed to PK-12 education grounded in liberation pedagogy.โดย Abolition Science Radio
 
In this episode, we speak with the organizers from the Creating Balance in an Unjust World (CBUW) conference. This was CBUW’s 9th conference bringing together educators, parents, students, activists, and community members to explore the connections between STEAMM (science, technology, engineering, arts, mathematics, and making) education and social…
 
In this episode, we speak with several members from Color Coded. Color is a collective based in Tongva Land/Los Angeles, holding space for BIPOC to co-teach, co-create, and co-own technologies. We speak to them about how they organize in community and embody abolition.โดย Abolition Science Radio
 
In this episode, we speak with Stephanie Dinkins about artificial intelligence (AI) and algorithms. She is an artist that creates platforms to dialog about AI as it intersects with race, gender, aging, and our future histories.โดย Abolition Science Radio
 
In this episode, we speak with Dr. Devin A. Heyward, Assistant Professor of Sociology and Gender Studies about her work around genetic ancestry testing, DNA, and racial becoming. Dr. Heyward's work intersects Black diasporic studies, urban studies, psychology, history, and theatre. Check out this conversation as it crosses a wide range of issues an…
 
We're excited for the very first Abolition Science Reading Group starting April 23rd. We'll be reading Race after Technology by Dr. Ruha Benjamin, Associate Professor of African American Studies at Princeton University. RSVP on our website!โดย Abolition Science Radio
 
In this episode, we speak with Dr. Nathan Alexander, mathematics educator, researcher and James King, Jr. Visiting Professor of Mathematics Teaching at Morehouse College. Dr. Alexander's work aims to improve how we learn, our collective knowledge of justice and injustice, and our relationship with mathematics. Listen in as we talk with him about Af…
 
In this episode, we speak with Assistant Professor of Mathematics Education at the University of Pittsburgh, Dr. Kari Kokka, on her work in mathematics education. Learn about trauma-informed care and radical healing and how she connects it to mathematics education.โดย Abolition Science Radio
 
In this episode, we have an informal conversation with fellow doctoral students, Robert P. Robinson and Wendy Barrales, about our experiences in graduate school. We highlight some ways BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) navigate the so-called “Ivory Tower”. What does it mean to critically engage and develop our work within an academic insti…
 
fresh season | new topics | dope guests In this episode, we introduce new topics for season three and the amazing guests who will share their work. Also, we introduce the first Abolition Science reading group. Check out our social media for details.โดย Abolition Science Radio
 
In this episode, we speak with Reuben Telushkin, a multimedia artist based in Detroit, Michigan and a Midwest regional organizer for Jewish Voice for Peace. He helps to unpack and define antisemitism as well as position this term in relation to global movements for justice for Palestine.โดย Abolition Science Radio
 
In part two of this series, we speak with two concerned scientists, Mario Martone and Marcelo Nomura, who were involved with organizing The Second International Meeting for Science in Palestine. They also introduce listeners to two of the organizations, Scientists for Palestine and Science for the People, that collaborated on this gathering which t…
 
In part one of the Science in Palestine series, we speak to Zeiad Abbas, executive director of (MECA) Middle East Children’s Alliance, about the history of Palestine. He connects his personal experience as a refugee from the Dheisheh Refugee Camp in the West Bank to a long history and struggle against military colonial occupation. Zeiad highlights …
 
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