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“I Doth Protest” is a podcast exploring the forms of resistance people take to stand up for what they believe in -- whether that resistance takes the form of protesting on a city street, the technology you do or don’t use, or what you buy and where you buy it. Each episode, we’ll help you make sense of the ever-shifting political climate by talking to people just like you.

“I Doth Protest” is a podcast exploring the forms of resistance people take to stand up for what they believe in -- whether that resistance takes the form of protesting on a city street, the technology you do or don’t use, or what you buy and where you buy it. Each episode, we’ll help you make sense of the ever-shifting political climate by talking to people just like you.
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“I Doth Protest” is a podcast exploring the forms of resistance people take to stand up for what they believe in -- whether that resistance takes the form of protesting on a city street, the technology you do or don’t use, or what you buy and where you buy it. Each episode, we’ll help you make sense of the ever-shifting political climate by talking to people just like you.

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English


Episodes

Re: Charlottesville

8/29/2017
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While it is important for folks to stand in solidarity with those who are on the side of the oppressed, solidarity can be a form of silence — white silence in particular. This episode of I Doth Protest examines and critiques a Minneapolis solidarity rally in response to the white supremacist demonstration in Charlottesville, Virginia. Alia Jeraj, from Episode One of I Doth Protest, and Ray Dehn, a candidate for Minneapolis mayor, also make a guest appearance on this episode. Mastered by...

Duration: 00:10:16


Capt. Black in Dakota Land (Scaffold)

6/28/2017
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On this weeks installment, Thomas LaBlanc, a Dakota elder involved with the decision to tear down Scaffold at the Walker Art Center, will discuss the native response to that sculpture, the outcomes of the meeting with the Walker and how that experience is a metaphor for the Indigenous experience in America. Episode Cover Photo Courtesy of Cindy Killion

Duration: 00:33:46


From journalism to activism: creating space for LGBTQ, Native voices

5/18/2017
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Cindy Killion is a journalism professor at Winona State University in Winona, Minn. Although she is primarily a professor, she has been a fundamental force in fighting for LGBTQ rights, particularly in La Crosse, Wis., for the past 25 years. She was also one of the movers and shakers behind the annual Dakota Gathering and other issues that affect indigenous people in SouthEastern Minnesota. Theme music: Drew Kellum Transitional Music: On my way B by Lobo Loco from the Free Music Archive...

Duration: 00:33:07


The Politicization of Science

4/26/2017
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This week on I Doth Protest, we dive a little deeper into why scientists left their research labs and flooded the streets on Earth Day, April 22, for the March for Science. Mark Asplen and Kate Ries, two science professors at Metropolitan State University, discuss how science plays more of an important role in our society than we might think and how they hope to bring science to the forefront of policy making. I also interview some march-goers, including a University of Minnesota science...

Duration: 00:27:06


Birth of Doña Pepa Ladybeard

4/13/2017
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Pedro Pablo Lander is a Twin Cities artist and dancer originally from Venezuela. We discuss Pedro's experiences in existing outside of the gender binary and how he continues to discover and express that identity through language and performance.

Duration: 00:35:11