The Xenolearn Podcast

Inspirational conversations about making the world safer for human differences

If you could teach the next generation one thing about diversity, inclusion and human differences, what would it be?

Welcome to The Xenolearn Podcast!

We are so excited to bring you another season of amazing conversations with incredible guests. Tune in every Wednesday to hear how each of these guests makes the world a safer place for human differences, as they share their stories and answer the question “If you could teach the next generation about diversity, inclusion and belonging, what would it be?”

 

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Ep 12: Championing Women in STEM with STEMAZING’s Alex Knight

Alex is the Founder of STEMAZINGltd. STEMAZING’s mission is to ignite inspiration and amplify inclusion in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths). As a Chartered Mechanical Engineer with over 15 years’ Industry experience, she has experienced the benefits of more diverse teams but also the barriers to diversity and inclusion. In this episode, we talk about…

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Ep 10: Appreciating Afro-Canadian Communities with Ama Ouattara

Ama is a passionate photo-journalist based in Ottawa, Canada. In this episode, she comes onto the podcast to share her literary debut, “Djribo: The Little Story to Galvanize the Troops”. Djribo is a snapshot of Afro-Canadian experiences, cultures and communities, and especially, Black excellence and celebration. You’ll hear Ama entice us with…

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Ep 9: Confronting Colonialism and its Consequences with We Slaves of Suriname

Rudy, Arantxa, Gilberto and Minke all participated in the Xenolearn Book Club Fundraiser for Nederland Wordt Beter. Together, we read “We Slaven van Suriname” (We Slaves of Suriname) by Anton de Kom. De Kom’s book is an account of decolonial history, and reveals the experience of the oppressed across the Caribbean and adds to our understanding of struggles against slavery, imperialism and racism…

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