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  • 5 Epic Podcasts We Have Been Listening and Learning from about BLM

    August 18, 2020 1 min read

    As we’re doing our best to keep ourselves educated and updated on the Black Lives Matter movement, one of our favourite ways to do so is to listen to podcasts. We’ve been loving learning from teachers, historians, and just regular people experiencing racism and issues we don’t even know about.

    Here are five podcasts we’ve loved and learned from:

    1. Code Switch by NPRCode Switch by NPR
    2. All My Relations by Matika Wilbur and Adrienne Keene
      All My Relations
    3. Witness Black History by BBC World
      Witness Black History
    4. Slay in Your Lane by Yomi Adegoke and Elizabeth Uviebinené
      Slay in your lane
    5. Black Gals Livin’ by Vic and Jas
      Black Gals Livin
    6. The Diversity Gap by Bethaney Wilkinson
      The Diversity Gap


    Let us know about any other podcasts, books, documentaries you’ve been loving, we can’t wait to keep discovering helpful resources! x

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