Unceded Airwaves Episode November 24, 2022

Dr. Fish Philosopher

7:00pm - 8:00pm

Unceded Airwaves is hosted by the Indigenous Collective at CiTR. As a weekly radio show, we aim to showcase the diversity and brilliance of Indigenous cultures while highlighting influential Indigenous kin. We recognize that media has often been used as a tool to subordinate or appropriate Indigenous voices and we are committed to subverting these dynamics. The team is comprised of both Indigenous and non-Indigenous people who are passionate about story-telling, alternative media, and Indigenous affairs. We broadcast from the traditional, ancestral, current, and unceded lands of the Musqueam, Squamish, and Tsleil-Wautuh Peoples.
In this episode, Kleo Skavinski (they/them) is joined by Dr. Zoe Todd (she/they) to talk about Indigenous scholarship, particularly Dr. Todd's work with freshwater fish and the subsequent artwork informed by their research. Dr. Todd is the co-founder of the Institute for Freshwater Fish Futures at Simon Fraser University and the co-founder of the Indigenous Environmental Knowledge Institute at Carleton University. This conversation is full of insights and personal anecdotes by both Dr. Todd and Kleo.
Find more information and resources by Dr. Todd at https://linktr.ee/drfishphilosopher

Track Listing:

Digawolf · Great Northern Man