I just came across the Philosophy Tube by Abigail Thorn that includes a wealth of resources. The one about Peterson is here. I particularly like her line that “ideologies are like [...]
Chloé Valdary, and their concept of the Theory of Enchantment, is an interesting way to challenge our view of racism. A short video explaining the idea is here.
The evidence is clear, North America’s first legal supervised consumption site in Vancouver, has had over 4.6 million visits and reversed 11,856 overdoses. Article in the Tyee by Michelle Gamage [...]
This project sponsored by BC Network Environment for Indigenous Health Research (BCNEIHR) and a student from my Soci 439 class (thanks Kalea!), is a video (available here) describing how to be an [...]
As stated on their website, the aim of the Collaborative Indigenous Research Digital Garden is to promote and expand the field of Collaborative Indigenous Research. The site offers a wealth of [...]
From SeeJane.org, “The goal of this report is to reveal the status of inclusion and representation in scripted television in the U.S., and how it has evolved over the past 12 years.” [...]
An excellent article by Quinnehtukqut McLamore, a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Missouri, into the ‘Rapid-onset gender dysphoria’ argument that appeared in Aeon. The article is here.