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Uncolonized is a funny and blunt podcast about race, politics, and culture, from a Canadian perspective. Hosted by Comedian Gavin Stephens, and Writer/Musician Daniel Grant, Episodes drop every Monday.

Uncolonized is a funny and blunt podcast about race, politics, and culture, from a Canadian perspective. Hosted by Comedian Gavin Stephens, and Writer/Musician Daniel Grant, Episodes drop every Monday.




Uncolonized is a funny and blunt podcast about race, politics, and culture, from a Canadian perspective. Hosted by Comedian Gavin Stephens, and Writer/Musician Daniel Grant, Episodes drop every Monday.




S09E07: Who gets to speak for the black community?

On this week's episode, we talked about the controversy surrounding Desmond Cole, Royson James, the Toronto Star and a judge. Royson claims Desmond's activism has made them outsider amongst many in the black community. Do Royson's allegations have weight or is this just gatekeeping at it's finest.


S09E06: Quebec's Tax on the Unvaxxed.

This week Gavin & Daniel discussed Quebec's recent proposal to tax unvaccinated people, and whether or not the government has gone too far. They also talked about Nicholas Campbell (CBC, The Coroner) and his use of the hard 'R'


SE9E05: Why is Trudeau more worried about the left than the right, and how does it relate to Don't Look Up?

This week Daniel and Gavin discussed a recent interview with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, where he expressed his concern towards the 'lefts casual cynicism. Despite having the right physically attack him, we wondered why the PM was aiming left, and how it relates to the Netflix film Don't Look Up.


S09E04: The Alberta Education Curriculum Problem

I'll be honest finding out about the Alberta government trying to both sides Nazis in the education curriculum kind of scared me. This week Gavin & Daniel attacked this story and looked at the parallels of the education from right-wing governments in the US. The level of projection from the 'They're indoctrinating our kids" party is amazing.


S09E03: Who is the Manhattan institute, and why are they on my TV?

This week Gavin & Daniel caught an interview with anti-anti racism linguistic professor John Mcwhorter. Mcwhorter believes anti-racism is a religion, and "wokeness" has gone too far. Gavin & Daniel wondered why this center-right talking point has always been accommodated on mainstream media, which took them down the rabbit hole that is the Manhattan Institute.


S09E02: The White Aggrievement Industry.

We looked at a recent poll that showed White Conservative Christian Americans feel more oppressed than anyone else. We wanted to take a look at why this is and speculate on how to help these poor unfortunate souls.


S09E01: The Rittenhouse Trial

Oh man we are back for another season. Gavin & Daniel are ready for another season of 10 episodes, we hope you are as well. We're kicking off, with our discussion on the Rittenhouse Trail. We had some thoughts.


S08E10: They tried to mess with Masai Ujiri

This week we talked about a few things. Racist math teachers, and racist CEO's. It's the last episode of the season so we hope you enjoy it.


S08E09: Kyrie and Texas and so much more.

This week on the podcast we had a conversation potpourri we talked about Texas and their CRT problem, Kyrie Irving and his vaccine problem and so much more. It was an interesting time had by Daniel and Gavin. Enjoy.


S08E08- Dave Chapelle, The Closer?

We took at the new Dave Chappelle special, for the last time? Dave has come under fire for his trans views, and we feel it's all part of the plot.


S08E07: The more things change, the more they stay the same.

This week Gavin & Daniel discussed what's been going on with the recent Haitian migrants and the Texas white supremacist border patrol. We also didn't want to leave Canada out of this episode so we got into the controversy at Western University where 30 women allegedly were assaulted on frosh week.


S08E06: Election Catch up

The baby is here, and we're back! Daniel and Gavin are back to finish off season 8 of Uncolonized. We kick off the post-break with a post-election breakdown.


S08E05: FallingDown

This week's episode see's Gavin & Daniel reviewing the 1993 Micheal Douglas film, Falling Down. We were surprised with this one to be honest. Hope you enjoy it. Wikipedia: Falling Down is a 1993 American action film[3] directed by Joel Schumacher, written by Ebbe Roe Smith and released by Warner Bros. in the United States on February 26, 1993.[4] The film stars Michael Douglas in the lead role of William "D-Fens" Foster, a divorced and unemployed former defense engineer. The film centers...


S08E04: Adolph Reed, Race Reductionism, and Black Pop Culture

This week we discussed Adolph Reed Jr.'s work on race reductionism and an article written in Current Affairs by Bertrand Cooper. In it, Bertrand proposes that the current push for diversity in Hollywood is partially motivated by the slayings of Geroge Floyd, but those positions are all being filled by the 1%. Check out our reviews of the Amazon Prime series Them, on our Patreon @ Patreon.com/theuncolonized


S08E03: Rich white men and their adventures in space

Rich white men are going to space off the backs of the working class, and we're here to take a look at all the nonsense. This week Gavin and Daniel talk about the new frontier and how it's only for the 1% and the problems the rest of us face right here on Earth.


S08E02: The power of letting go.

In this week's episode, Gavin and Daniel discuss the concept of letting go and allowing people to tell you who they are...and believing them. They get into personal stories of growth, acceptance, and allowing people to own their own choices.


S08E01 - The Catch Up

We're back! Starting out season 8 of Uncolonized Gavin & Daniel talked about all the events they missed, including Cosby being released from prison, and Simone Biles break from the summer Olympics.


S07E10: Trinity Bellwoods and the war on the poor.

This week Toronto decided to remove a homeless encampment by force. We took a look at how our cities are becoming increasingly hostile for the poor and working-class. While real estate has replaced manufacturing as the primary only economic source in these metropolises. We also took a look at the neo-liberal CIA and military commercials designed to entice the young. This is the last episode of season 7, thanks again for listening and sharing the podcast. We'll be back in a few weeks to...


S07E09: We need more accomplices and less allies

This week we took a look at London Ont. terror attack, and why just being an ally isn't enough in this day and age. We looked at articles from co-workers of the terrorist, and even the 'Minster of racism' (as we called him) and his colour blind comments that got him booed at the vigil for the family who were the victims of the attack.


S07E08: Canada needs to face its past.

This week Gavin & Daniel discuss the recent discovery of the remains of 215 indigenous children at a Kamloops residential school. We talked about the church's response and the blame-shifting of the Canadian government. In the wake of the discovery of this tragedy many people in the indigenous community, may be dealing with not only grief but intergenerational trauma, the following is a list of resources and hotlines dedicated to supporting Indigenous people in crisis. 24/7...