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In celebration of the conclusion of Hispanic Heritage Month, Auston, Gabriel, and Sofia discuss the origins and importance of Hispanic Heritage Month, significant Latinx activists, their experiences of being Hispanic/Latinx, and much more! For more information, check out the resources below and our Instagram page @tsvpod :) Resources: https://www.h…
 
In celebration of the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games Anisa, Shota, and Veronika have a discussion about the Paralympics. These three also touch on the difference between the Paralympics and the special olympics as well as some highlights from this year's games. For more information, check out the resources below and our Instagram page @tsvpod :) Resou…
 
This episode features a discussion between Shota and Sofia on the nature of America's whitewashed education system. The two explore topics like the Eurocentric nature of many Advanced Placement (AP) courses, the banning of Critical Race Theory in multiple states, and the dangers and implications of both. For more information, check out the resource…
 
Wren speaks to two inspiring young people about their journeys to building their resilience. Wil and Mia have faced some interesting challenges both academically and personally which has really shaped who they have become today. Hear their stories and recommendations to teachers on how to support a young person in building their resilience.…
 
Do you know the difference between convenient and inconvenient student voice? Join Lexi as she talks to Alawa Primary School and Clarkson Community High School about what it looks like and how they have transformed inconvenient student voice and behaviour into positive and meaningful outcomes with their students.…
 
Gabriel and Natasha discuss the 4th of July, its history, and how it relates to everyone in the country. Resources: https://www.nationalreview.com/2019/07/fourth-of-july-history-celebrations/ (https://www.nationalreview.com/2019/07/fourth-of-july-history-celebrations/) https://www.state.gov/the-united-states-restores-assistance-for-the-palestinians…
 
Happy Pride! The second part of a discussion with Auston, Sofia, and Gabriel on LGBTQ+ history and queer issues, ranging from recent transphobic laws to rainbow-washing and the performative activism behind it. The three will examine queer liberation, pinkwashing, rainbow-washing, and so much more! They will also share words of advice to queer and q…
 
Happy Pride! The first part of a discussion with Auston, Sofia, and Gabriel on LGBTQ+ history and queer issues, ranging from recent transphobic laws to rainbow-washing and the performative activism behind it. The three will examine queer liberation, pinkwashing, rainbow-washing, and so much more! They will also share words of advice to queer and qu…
 
Happy Juneteenth! A discussion with Anisa, Akil, and Gabriel on Juneteenth, its significance, and its recent attention surrounding its status as new national holiday. The three will delve into performative activism, black liberation, and BLM's impact on the newfound recognition of Juneteenth. For more information, check out the resources below and …
 
Student Voice is at the centre of our work here at Pivot. In this episode we dive into why Student Voice matters within a school. PLUS, this year we have expanded our student voice team, and would like you to get to know the new student voice advocates. Join Wren as she interviews our new additions to the team, Andrew and Lexi, about their passion …
 
Happy Earth Day! A discussion on environmentalism and the climate crisis with our two hosts: Akil and Laura. The two will delve into environmental justice and environmentalism, positive and inclusive environmental movements, fast fashion, the environmental community, progress under Biden, and youth activism. If you would like to get involved or are…
 
A discussion on ableism and the community with disability with our host, Anisa, and our guest Madi! The two will discuss what ableism actually is, the appropriate language to use when discussing people with disabilities, and the history of the community, as well as some misconceptions that people have about disabilities. If you would like to get in…
 
The second half of a discussion of women in politics with our host, Freshie, and our first two guests, Selam and Alison! The three will delve into the causes and effects of the lack of women in politics, the objectification of women, the intersectionality of race and gender in politics, and how women are perceived versus men. If you would like to g…
 
The first half of a discussion of women in politics with our host, Freshie, and our first two guests, Selam and Alison! The three will delve into the causes and effects of the lack of women in politics, the objectification of women, the intersectionality of race and gender in politics, and how women are perceived versus men. If you would like to ge…
 
The second half of a discussion on beauty standards and empowerment with Natasha and Veronika. Discussions will go into body positivity, body neutrality, and judgement at the workplace. March is also National Nutrition Month so the hosts might touch on dieting and healthy eating habits. You can find more information and content on our Instagram @ts…
 
The first part of a discussion on beauty standards and empowerment with Natasha and Veronika. Discussions will go into body positivity, body neutrality, and judgement at the workplace. March is also National Nutrition Month so the hosts might touch on dieting and healthy eating habits.저자 The Students
 
A discussion on Women's History Month, feminism, and the history that comes with it with Anisa, Natasha, and Sofia. In addition, here are some links and accounts that can provide further support and information: United States Postal Service Postal Store: https://store.usps.com/store/results/gifts/_/N-nnxamr#content League of Women Voters Instagram:…
 
This month’s episode of ‘Students Voices’ focuses on remote learning from the students’ perspective. What they liked, what they didn't like and their advice for teachers. Wren has spoken directly to almost 40 students from six years of age to eighteen about their experiences with remote learning. These are the voices we hear from throughout the epi…
 
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