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The Nothing Exists Radio Hour

Lyss England

“Nothing Exists” refers to the idea that nothing is what it is in and of itself. Each individual’s perception is shaped by their unique experiences, informed by their subject positions in a social world. What we each choose to do with those experiences is what makes us who we are. When we intentionally give time and space to peoples’ stories, we learn a lot from each other. Creating this time and space is what The Nothing Exists Radio Hour is all about. This conversational show, hosted by Lyss England, aims to push boundaries around topics including the arts, community development, restorative justice, feminism, cannabis, disability, mental health, who we are, and how we exist in the social world.

The Nothing Exists Radio Hour S3E17: Amplifying Black Voices
15-06-2020
The Nothing Exists Radio Hour S3E17: Amplifying Black Voices
The Nothing Exists Radio Hour stands with Black Lives Matter. These are some resources to assist in learning more about actively practicing anti-racism in our lives. Somewhere to Start Guide to Allyship Privilege: Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack White People, This Is What we Want You To Do” Up For Racial Justice: Five Ways White people Can Take Action in Response to White and State-Sanctioned Violence” Things White People Can Do for Racial Justice for Parents “George Floyd’s mother was not there, but he used her as a sacred invocation” An essay by Lonnae O’Neal Black Mamas Matter Alliance Books to Help You Talk to Your Kids about Racism to Find Diverse Kids Books Kids Aren’t Too Young to Talk About Race: Resource Roundup for Theatre People “We See You, White American Theatre” Response to Black Lives Matter for Cannabis Users Race and Drug War How to Start Fixing Racism in Cannabis Dispensaries” for Community-Builders Racial Equity Tools: Community Builders (Resource list) and Anti-Discrimination for Municipalities: Introductory Manual Organizational Change: Resources and Tools for Nonprofits the Police Will Save Black and Indigenous Lives in Canada” by Sandy Hudson (Co-founder of Black Lives Matter Toronto) episode contains material from: Mary Helen Kennerly Lorde Y. Davis Cargle hooks Huffman Cofer By: Beyonce Shad Alicia Keys Lauryn Hill Bad Brains Ray Charles J Cole Bloc Party Lizzo Big thanks and much love to Elyse, Julien, and Maya Comire for their beautiful voices!