SE 02 EP 2 - This is me
Amplify Us | With Naomi Dennie
by Naomi Dennie
11M ago
Come back episode 2.0? Okay! Let's do it. These last two years I have learned a lot about who I am as a Black woman, an educator, and a content creator. I hope you can listen in an find a point of connection, ask yourself a question and dare to be present as your full self ..read more
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SE 02 EP 1
Amplify Us | With Naomi Dennie
by Naomi Dennie
11M ago
Hi y'all! I know I have been out of the game for a while but I am back, sort of... Listen to the episode to find out more ..read more
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Season 2 Trailer
Amplify Us | With Naomi Dennie
by Naomi Dennie
11M ago
Trailer of what is to come in season 2! Be sure to check back for new episodes! Follow us on instagram: @amplifyus_podcast for Black History Month content!  ..read more
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SE 01 Finale
Amplify Us | With Naomi Dennie
by Naomi Dennie
11M ago
In this episode I will be discussing my beliefs, values, and thoughts about anti-racist education, school and classroom community, Indigenous perspectives, literacy, curriculum content, and my role and responsibility as an educator inside and outside the classroom. I hope to amplify these values overtime and add to them throughout my teaching career.  Thank you all for being apart of this new journey with me! We will be back again for SE 02 in 2021!  **Please note that in the episode the work of James Baldwin is mentioned as "A Letter to Teachers", the correct title is "A Talk to Tea ..read more
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Interview with Tolu llelaboye
Amplify Us | With Naomi Dennie
by Naomi Dennie
11M ago
In this episode you will hear from Tolu llelaboye who is one of the board of directors from the African Communities of Manitoba Organization (ACOMI) in Winnipeg, MB. Tolu shares her heart for Winnipeg, the Black community and youth, as well as her challenges with the Educational system as a Black community organizer. Listen in and take note of this powerful episode!  ..read more
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Bonus - Interview with Greg McFarlane
Amplify Us | With Naomi Dennie
by Naomi Dennie
11M ago
Be sure to listen into this short bonus episode from Greg's interview!  ..read more
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Interview with Greg McFarlane
Amplify Us | With Naomi Dennie
by Naomi Dennie
11M ago
In this episode you will hear from Greg McFarlane, who is an elected trustee member and the current Board Chair of the Seven Oaks School Division. Greg speaks on His experience within the school division, and issues with Anti-Black racism in three generations of his family. Greg also speaks of his  hope for a better, uplifted community that His children, and other young Black people can achieve success and thrive in.  ..read more
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Interview with Imani Pinder
Amplify Us | With Naomi Dennie
by Naomi Dennie
11M ago
In this episode you will hear from Imani Pinder, who is a grade twelve student residing in Winnipeg, MB. Imani was one of the Justice for Black Lives Winnipeg Organizers and is now working on her own social justice projects to lift up other Black students in Her community. Listen in and take note of Imani's powerful words of courage, resilience, and success as a Black student.  ..read more
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Interview with Brianna Hemans
Amplify Us | With Naomi Dennie
by Naomi Dennie
11M ago
In this episode you will hear from Brianna Hemans, a teacher candidate in the Faculty of Education at the University of Manitoba. She shared her experiences with anti-Black racism as a student growing up in Winnipeg and her hopes for her future career as an Educator ..read more
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The Meaning
Amplify Us | With Naomi Dennie
by Naomi Dennie
11M ago
In this first episode I detail the meaning behind this podcast series and some of my own experience with anti-Black racism within the Educational system. Please understand that some of the content in which I speak of in this episode is difficult to hear, yet important to speak about. We are challenging systematic approaches to Education which means we need to start being comfortable with the uncomfortable in order to move ahead.  Take the time to also note the Black scholars, authors and educators from this episode.  May you be still, listen, learn and move forward to Amplify Us.&nbs ..read more
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