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Power and Agency, Trauma and OppressionAuthor of 'The Therapy Journal' and 'Power Under: Trauma and Nonviolent Social Change', Steven Wineman, talks with GEO collective member Michael Johnson about the many ways trauma and oppression express themselves, the nature of power and agency, and the ways we can begin to heal our old wounds to better be able to create the world we want to inhabit.
Rising Up with TESA! - GEO Podcast #8A conversation with Darya Marchenkova and Brian Van Slyke of the Toolbox for Education and Social Action (TESA) worker co-op. Topics include TESA's new board game Rise Up!, what it's like to work in a geographically distributed collective, and how the collective has balanced consensus and autonomous decision-making.
GEO Podcast #5 - Democracy Brewing CooperativeJames Razsa talks with Josh Davis about the effort to establish Democracy Brewing in Boston, MA: a worker co-op brew pub, event center and organizing space. James also shares his thoughts on the relations between unions and co-op, informed by his time working in both movements.
GEO Podcast #4 - Accountability, Self-Assessment & EvolutionMichael Johnson and Pamela Boyce Simms discuss the need for self-accountability in our movements and some of the ways to get there.
Intro Music: Where I Am From by Topher Mohr and Alexa Elena via YouTube Media Library
Outro Music: Pop by Raleigh Charbonneau
GEO Podcast #2 - DictationBridgeWe talk with Lucy Greco, spokesperson for the DictationBridge collaborative who are building open source dictation & screen-reader software for blind computer users. Visit their Indiegogo page to support this awesome project:
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GEO Podcast #1- April, 2016Ajowa Nzinga Ifateyo, Pamela Boyce Simms and Josh Davis discuss unintentional racism in the cooperative and economic movements, the white savior complex, and what we can do about it.