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  • Thunderclap Newman, Something in the Air
  • Nina Simone, Trouble in Mind, and
  • The Floating Men, Roll Down the Windows and Drive

On this episode of RadioActive we served up two brilliant (and ridiculously cool) academic brains who work tirelessly to understand the role of power in creating and maintaining suffering and inequality in our communities and society. Dr. Scot Evans and Dr. Tod Sloan discussed the relevance and importance of Critical Community Psychology and what we can and should be doing with it in our movement work, in social change efforts and in academic spaces.

I have spent my life trying to figure out how to bring about positive social change, to challenge and tackle those sticky, deeply structural social issues that reinforce oppression with its many nefarious agendas. These two guys have some of the answers, and with every bit of theory and each example they shared in this jam packed episode I got just a little closer to figuring them out!

Interested in social change? Power? Social Movements? This one is for you.

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About Natalie Kivell

Host of RadioActive. Critical theory nerd. Community Activist. PhD Student. Motormouth.

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