A Social Justice Podcast

As the name implies, this is a podcast all about social justice issues. This podcast is brought to you by The Flag Shop, in their mission to create positive change in the world.

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Episodes

Monday Nov 21, 2022

This week, we hear from barbara findlay, a self-described fat, old, white, cisgender, queer, lawyer, with disabilities, who grew up working class and Christian in the prairies. barbara touches on issues of aging, capitalism, culture, work, respect, climate change, family, and human connection, among others. She provides insightful observations, and tells stories of personal experiences, along the way. CONTENT WARNING: Episodes of A Social Justice Podcast touch on sensitive social issues, which can be triggering for some people. Viewer/listener discretion is advised. LAND ACKNOWLEDGMENT: Episodes of A Social Justice Podcast are recorded on the traditional and unceeded territories of the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish), and səlilwətaɬ (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations. A SOCIAL JUSTICE COLOURING BOOK: https://amzn.to/3M27lvz This is Episode 12 of A Social Justice Podcast, brought to you by The Flag Shop.Website: https://fabulouslyqueer.ca/ Follow A Social Justice Podcast: https://linktr.ee/asocialjusticepodcastFollow The Flag Shop on social media:Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/TheFlagShopTwitter - https://twitter.com/TheFlagShopInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/theflagshop/Follow Nicola Spurling:linktr.ee/nicespurling

Monday Nov 07, 2022

This week, we hear from Thoko Moyo, a Black, Queer, Anti-Oppressive Counsellor. The discussion focuses on what racism can look like, from the perspective of a black person, how it is prevalent within our systems, what it's like to grow up feeling like an outsider, experiences of prejudice, and more. CONTENT WARNING: Episodes of A Social Justice Podcast touch on sensitive social issues, which can be triggering for some people. Viewer/listener discretion is advised. LAND ACKNOWLEDGMENT: Episodes of A Social Justice Podcast are recorded on the traditional and unceeded territories of the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish), and səlilwətaɬ (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations. A SOCIAL JUSTICE COLOURING BOOK: https://amzn.to/3M27lvz This is Episode 11 of A Social Justice Podcast, brought to you by The Flag Shop.

Monday Oct 24, 2022

This week, we hear from two figureheads in Vancouver's queer communities. Sabrina Symington speaks from the perspective of a queer artist and a trans woman. Diversity Rains speaks from the perspective of a Sister of Perpetual Indulgence, and a gay senior/elder. Host, Nicola Spurling, chimes in with her perspectives as well, as a trans women, a lesbian, and public advocate. A Social Justice Colouring Book: https://amzn.to/3M27lvz This is Episode 10 of A Social Justice Podcast, brought to you by The Flag Shop.

Monday Oct 10, 2022

This episode focuses on the topic of Healthcare. Benjamin Perry speaks from the perspective of a Speech Therapist and healthcare union advocate. Jo Richards speaks from the perspective of a Registered Nurse.A Social Justice Colouring Book: https://amzn.to/3M27lvz This is Episode 9 of A Social Justice Podcast, hosted by Nicola Spurling, and brought to you by The Flag Shop.

Monday Sep 26, 2022

This episode focuses on the topic of Sexism. Amy Bell speaks from the perspective of a woman who works in the media, the mother of a daughter and a son, and a parenting columnist. Alex Braverman is The Flag Shop owner's daughter, and speaks from the perspective of a woman who grew up in the 'slut-shaming era.' A Social Justice Colouring Book: https://amzn.to/3M27lvz This is Episode 8 of A Social Justice Podcast, hosted by Nicola Spurling, and brought to you by The Flag Shop.

Monday Sep 12, 2022

This episode focuses on housing affordability. Kishone Roy speaks from the perspective of someone who grew up in social housing, a political advisor, and a longtime advocate. Rebecca Love works at The Flag Shop, and speaks from the perspective of the Vancouver Tenants Union, and a lifelong tenant, who has experience being evicted.A Social Justice Colouring Book: https://amzn.to/3M27lvz This is Episode 7 of A Social Justice Podcast, hosted by Nicola Spurling, and brought to you by The Flag Shop.

Monday Aug 29, 2022

This episode focuses on Food Insecurity. Amita Kuttner speaks from the perspective of the leader of a Canadian political party, who is pushing for more awareness, and for the government to take actions to ensure that food security is taken more seriously. The conversation touches on what food insecurity looks like, who is most affected, how we can notice warning signs, and what the future might look like, if we do or don't treat this issue seriously enough.A Social Justice Colouring Book: https://amzn.to/3M27lvzThis is Episode 6 of A Social Justice Podcast, hosted by Nicola Spurling, and brought to you by The Flag Shop.

Monday Aug 15, 2022

This episode focuses on Classism, and what it really means. Matthew Ramadan speaks from the perspective of a financial planner, and someone who has experienced class privilege, and Aradia Faire speaks from the perspective of having a unique relationship to class, as a result of being stateless.A Social Justice Colouring Book: https://amzn.to/3M27lvz This is Episode 5 of A Social Justice Podcast, hosted by Nicola Spurling, and brought to you by The Flag Shop.

Monday Aug 01, 2022

This episode focuses on drug criminalization, and the impact it has had on our society. Kyla Lee speaks from the perspective of a criminal defence lawyer, specializing in DUI cases. This is Episode 4 of A Social Justice Podcast, hosted by Nicola Spurling, and brought to you by The Flag Shop.A Social Justice Colouring Book: https://amzn.to/3M27lvz

Monday Jul 18, 2022

This episode focuses on wealth, and what equity looks like when it comes to finances. Kelsey Smart speaks from the perspective of a financial planner, trying to make finances more accessible, and Heidi Roggero speaks from the perspective of an advocate for women and children in crisis, and a single mum with 6 children.A Social Justice Colouring Book: https://amzn.to/3M27lvz This is Episode 3 of A Social Justice Podcast, hosted by Nicola Spurling, and brought to you by The Flag Shop.

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