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Abolitionist Dreamscapes

Dr. Nicole Truesdell

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Come on a journey of navigating humanity in this dumpster fire that we call society with me, Dr. Nicole Truesdell - a 40-something ex-academic deconstructing and shedding all confining systems of my previous life. I talk about coming out late in life, astrology, emotions, relationships, the raggedy space we call society through an abolitionist lens, spirituality, ancestors, Orisa and anything else I am led to share. This is how I dream in the public, so come along with me as I create my abol ...
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AbolitionISH

Jon Jon Moore & feat. wyLee

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AbolitionISH is a Black politics & culture podcast made possible by producer feat. WyLee (twitter: @whoswylee) and host Jon Jon Moore (twitter: @incivilitea).Thinking antagonism and abolition—and talking shit— since 2019.
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abolition is for everybody

abolition is for everybody

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abolition is for everybody is a podcast that tackles the sometimes-difficult conversations around prison abolition. Through friendly chats, and conversations with experts, our system-impacted co-hosts explore the history, futures, obstacles, and joys of abolition. abolition is for everybody is a project of Initiate Justice (www.initiatejustice.org/podcast) Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/abolitionisforeverybody/support
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Hey folks! Well this is a different episode than when I had initially recorded and intended to publish. The Tik Tok Live conversation I had with Robert Peoples on the 15th of the month won't upload properly for either for us, so while I get that sorted I have a different focus this time around. This episode I talk about spiritual work by telling th…
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I am back! Welcome to Season 2 of "Abolitionist Dreamscapes". This season I am delving more into what it means to dream in the present as we all face the crossroads of our life and society. And to kick this off I am talking with Tracie D. Hall about the "Rootwork of the Crossroads" as she is someone who works with the sacred and mundane in her own …
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Hey folks! This is the final episode of Season 1 and this time I do some reflecting on what this first season has taught me about what it means to actually live. And in doing so I know I will be back for a season 2 because this has been a fun ride. Below are ways to connect with me and support my work. - ⁠Linkedtree⁠- To support my work I accept do…
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Hey folks! This episode is a long, but good one. This time I am conversation with Laura Chung from the "Awaken and Align" Podcast and we talk all things astrology and abolition. In this present moment we need to look to different reference points to help us make sense of the violence we are seeing and experiencing that is being fed back to us as wh…
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Welcome back ya'll! Thanks for your patience for the latest episode. In this episode I ask the question "What is justice for our ancestors?" This is a real flow of consciousness this time around as my body, soul, and mind come to a place of acceptance of what is and focus on what possibilities we can dream and conjure to create new worlds. This is …
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Welcome back ya'll! In this episode I talk about how my ancestors had to get creative in getting me to hear them. And it came via a reading with a Hougan in Haitian Vodu that began the cracking open process so I could again hear AND trust my dead. I get into that and more, so have a listen and let me know your thoughts and own stories below! I am m…
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Welcome back ya'll! In this episode I am talkin about the dead and my relationship to them. As always I bring in some astrology and liberation theory and put that in conversation with my experiences both as a kid and now with ancestors and the dead. And I go into my own complicated relationship with my bloodline as a mixed race Black woman. I am my…
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This is Episode 5 ya'll! I'm rockin and rollin and in this episode I go into some musing about lessons I am learning from Osun through the planet transits of Venus and her signs of Libra and Taurus. For me Venus and Osun energy are parallel and it is through astrology that I learn from and work with my ancestors and Orisa. Here I talk love, relatio…
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In this episode I talk about the relationship between our ancestors and queerness. To know our ancestors means to gain a deeper understanding of Self. Which means we have to question the assumptions we have about who we are and how we are trained to see ourselves in rigid/binary ways. This is where queerness enters. For me it was my elevated queer …
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In this episode I open with the Montgomery Brawl of August 2023 as a way to introduce the topic of the Body and how the more we are in our bodies the more we can learn to connect with our elevated ancestors. And this is part of us deconstructing from the dehumanization we learn to do to ourselves and one another in these capitalistic societies. I t…
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This episode I talk about what the spirit and energy of Pleasure has been teaching me, starting with the Orisa Osun and continuing with astrology and the conversations Venus has been having with all us lately. I explore how I have been working with my pleasure through classes, in my dating life and fashion, and through body work. ✨To learn more wit…
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In this first episode I discuss how Yemaya, Orisa of the Waters and Mother to Orisa, helped me understand what freedom means for me. To learn and dream with me check out my Patreon - Abolitionist Dreamscapes. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/dr-nicole-truesdell/support…
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On the last episode of Season 3, Graham and Crystal are joined by Rasheeda Jones. Rasheeda is a mental advocate, community organizer, and self-published author of Justice- a children's book about a young boy navigating his feelings through his father's incarceration. Together, they discuss how they work towards changing the current narrative on peo…
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On this episode, Crystal and Graham are joined by Valerie, a public school teacher and community organizer. Together, they discuss the stories on gangs and immigration that are omitted by the media. - Season 3 is about the media’s involvement in carceral or abolitionist thinking- how it uses narratives to impact, radicalize, and shift culture. To a…
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On Minisode Six: The one where we talk about organizing while incarcerated, Adam and Lee discuss Initiate Justice's Inside Organizing department. Together they discuss the barriers incarcerated organizers face and their experience as former incarcerated organizers. To donate to Initiate Justice's Inside Organizing department, visit: GiveButter.com/…
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On this episode, Crystal and Graham are joined by Alec Karakatsanis. Together, they discuss the history of protests and how they're represented in the media. Alec is a civil rights lawyer and former public defender, and the founder and executive director of Civil Rights Corps. - Season 3 is about the media’s involvement in carceral or abolitionist …
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On this episode, Crystal and Graham are joined by Selena Miranda. Together, they discuss houselessness, drugs, and their conflation and portrayal in the media. - Season 3 is about the media’s involvement in carceral or abolitionist thinking- how it uses narratives to impact, radicalize, and shift culture. To access the episode transcript, visit Ini…
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In this episode, I explain how Abolition Science and Black Feminist Futurity were the bridges that allowed me to transition from the theoretical aspect of my dissertation to research and action. I also revisit the Critical Ethnic Studies in STEM ItAG and discuss the differences between ethnic studies and critical ethnic studies.…
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On this episode, Crystal and Graham are joined by Qasim Rashid. Together, they discuss mass shootings, how they're represented in the media, and how collectively, we can make a difference in our communities. Qasim Rashid is a lawyer, author, and host of The Qasim Rashid Show on Sirius XM Channel 126 on Sundays @ 10am EST. - Season 3 is about the me…
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Dr. Nikia Smith Robert hosts special guest Dr. Vincent Lloyd, to discuss his recent book, Black Dignity, and the struggle against domination that has undermined social justice movements, including #BlackLivesMatter. Sign-up and join a faith-based abolitionist movement Follow us on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook Subscribe to our YouTube Channel…
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On this episode, Crystal and Ra are joined by Lewis Wallace. Together, they discuss what copaganda is and how it is embedded in our daily lives. Lewis is a journalist, podcaster, and the abolition journalism fellow for Interrupting Criminalization, an organization co-founded by Mariame Kaba and Andrea J. Ritchie. - Season 3 is about the media’s inv…
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On this episode, Crystal and Graham discuss media misdirection and how the stories we are hearing, celebrating, or being afraid of are not actually complete. - Season 3 is about the media’s involvement in carceral or abolitionist thinking- how it uses narratives to impact, radicalize, and shift culture. To access the episode transcript, visit Initi…
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In this episode, I use a critical transdisciplinary approach to explore how the colonial history of Western Science impacts science practices today. Three theories, Black geographies, settler colonialism, and decoloniality are woven together to demonstrate how Western Science grew to what it is today. Botany, and specifically the history of quinine…
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In this episode, I give an overview of the research setting, which took place in an Inquiry to Action Group hosted by the New York Collective of Radical Educators (NYCoRE). I interviewed Dr. Natalia Ortiz, a long-time member of NYCoRE, to get the history of NYCoRE and ItAGs. Transcripts for each episode can be found here.…
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Our co-hosts, Crystal and Graham, are joined by Ra Avis, our Season 2 co-host, to discuss what media literacy is and how they can apply learned skills in their day to day lives! -- Season 3 is about the media’s involvement in carceral or abolitionist thinking- how it uses narratives to impact, radicalize, and shift culture. To access the episode tr…
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Welcome to Season 3! This season is about the media’s involvement in carceral or abolitionist thinking- how it uses narratives to impact, radicalize, and shift culture. On this episode, learn about Crystal and our new host, Graham Finochio's, thoughts on sensationalized and criminal entertainment!. -- To access the episode transcript, visit Initiat…
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Join Dr. Nikia S. Robert and guest, Dr. Toni M. Bond, in a conversation about reproductive justice and abolition. We delve into the overturning of Roe v Wade, reproductive justice, and its life-changing importance for Black women. Toni M. Bond is one of the twelve Black women who coined the term “reproductive justice” in 1994. Her research is infor…
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