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Episode 4 – Emotional Labor

Hello All! Welcome back to another episode of Advocate Activism! (this episode is also a video!) Today, We kick off this week with a little grounding meditation. Rayah and I talk about the emotional labor we experience during this current movement. We explore a few words/terms, (Ableism and Anti-Racism) that folks may not understand, along […]

Power in Youth: Salem-Keizer School Board – Episode 12 [corrected]

Welcome back to Advocate Activism! This week Amira and Rayah take a deep dive into some of the things that have been going on in the Salem-Keizer School District. Local youth have been busy getting rid of SROs, pushing for the appropriate reallocation of those funds, and demanding violent and racist school staff and board […]

Mini Episode – Samhain – The Celtic Roots of Halloween

Welcome Back! For this week’s mini episode, Rayah talks about the history of Samhain (pronounced “SAH-win”).  Halloween – Robert Burns Poem Video  Text FULL TRANSCRIPT If you want to support the work we are doing on the streets and in the community: Rayah Donation Links Amira Donation Links For one time gifts, send us an […]

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Episode 10 – Convos with Kids

💥Trigger Warning💥: Slangs & terms that could be harmful are used in this episode.  Imagine a world where instead of telling your child “we don’t talk about race”, “don’t look at that houseless human”, “we don’t see color”, instead we sat down and had difficult conversations at an early age?  Welcome back to ADVOCATE ACTIVISM!  […]