This week on rabble radio, we share a segment of this year’s debut episode of the Courage My Friends podcast series, hosted on Needs No Introduction.
In the first episode of this year’s Courage My Friends podcast series, we welcome Henry Giroux.
Does education have a moral and political purpose? What do we mean by critical pedagogy – and why is it so vital in these times? Giroux joins host of the Courage My Friends podcast Resh Budhu to talk about education, critical pedagogy and the future of learning in a post-pandemic world.
If you’d like to hear more from the Courage My Friends podcast, please subscribe to Needs No Introduction – a podcast by rabble which presents a series of speeches and lectures from the finest minds of our time. Available on rabble.ca, Apple Podcasts, and now available on Spotify.
The Courage My Friends podcast is presented by rabble.ca and the Tommy Douglas Institute, with the support of the Douglas Coldwell Layton Foundation.
Our next Off the Hill is right around the corner: On Tuesday, June 7 at 7:30pm ET join us for Off the Hill: Hot summer in the West.
The Alberta political scene is in upheaval with the departure of the current (disgraced) premier and the federal conservative leadership race is becoming increasingly vitriolic. Amid this time of turbulence, what can we expect to see unfold in Alberta and in Ottawa? And what will the impact be on the political scene overall?
Join guests Rachel Snow, David Climenhaga, Chuka Ejeckam, Karl Nerenberg and co-hosts Robin Browne and Libby Davies as they connect these burning issues and knit together the connections, disconnections, challenges, and possible scenarios of unfolding current events.
Register for this free event today at: bit.ly/OffTheHillJune7 Thanks to Between the Lines publishing, we’ll be giving away 10 copies of just released book, Women Winning Office: An Activist’s Guide to Getting Elected, by Peggy Nash. Everyone who registers for this upcoming panel will be entered in the draw!
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