‘A Tribe Called Red’ bring ‘We Are the Halluci Nation’ to Studio q

The discussion explores how/why/what’s next, in the span of the past few months, the conversation around Indigenous art and issues has come to the forefront of Canadian culture/politics.

Regarding the future of Canada, “Lets celebrate the next 150 years”

More via Q with Power via CBC Radio

re: the subaltern and also Ethics

Steve Paulson interviews feminist, Marxist, and post-colonial studies scholar Gayatri Spivak.

It refers to those who don’t give orders; they only receive orders. That comes from Antonio Gramsci, who made the word current. He was looking at people who were not in fact working-class folks or victims of capitalism.

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Ethics are to an extent something that cannot be taught because ethics are not just doing the right thing. Remember, democracy is a political system, not necessarily an ethical system as such.

Above excerpt from full version via LARB.599

h/t Aljavieera