SSN 3 - EP 11. Dr. Janice Forsyth on sport in residential schools and Indigenous Sport systems
In episodes 9-12 of The Listening Sessions, Dr. Maddy Orr addresses the inequities and unique experiences of Indigenous athletes and people working in the Indigenous sport system. Dr. Forsyth discusses the use of sport as an assimilation tool in residential schools, the inequitable distribution of resources in the modern Indigenous sport system, and her research examining the experiences of Tom Longboat award winners.
This week we welcome Dr. Janice Forsyth, associate professor in sociology and the Director of Indigenous Studies at Western University. She has worked for over 20 years using sociological concepts to look at Indigenous sport in Canada. Her insight into the experiences of Indigenous athletes, whitestream sport, and how organizations and government have taken a step back in their progress to improve Indigenous sport, brings a necessary and honest discussion to the podcast. Theme: 'Shawn Mrazek Lives!:"
Ep 167: Labour Rights in Sports and Dr. Janice Forsyth on Indigenous Sports
Burn It All Down
This week, Brenda, Amira, Jessica, and Lindsay recap the professional sports bubbles as teams return for the summer [2:19]. Then, it's time to discuss the realities of the return to sports and enclosed bubbles [6:07]. After that, Shireen interviews Dr. Janice Forsyth about Indigenous Sports and her book "Reclaiming Tom Longboat: Indigenous Self-Determination in Canadian Sport" [34:16]. Of course, you’ll hear the Burn Pile [54:40], the Bad Ass Woman of the Week segment, starring Kara Lawson [1:04:09], and what is good in our worlds [1:07:07]. For show notes, transcripts, and more info about BIAD, check our website: www.burnitalldownpod.com To help support the Burn It All Down podcast, please consider becoming a patron: www.patreon.com/burnitalldown For BIAD merchandise: teespring.com/stores/burn-it-all-down Find us on Twitter: twitter.com/BurnItDownPod; Facebook: www.facebook.com/BurnItAllDownPod/; and Instagram: www.instagram.com/burnitalldownpod/
‘Tis the season to be jolly? For many people, Christmas can be fraught with a variety of stress-inducing challenges. BBC broadcaster Janice Forsyth joins us for a very special Christmas episode: a fun and frank discussion on some of the festive season’s biggest headaches, with top tips on how to survive everything from FAMILY FALLOUTS to OFFICE PARTIES, FINANCIAL STRESS, LONELINESS and more. Download the Christmas Survival Plan (worksheet): https://braveyourday.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/12/My-5-point-Christmas-Survival-Plan.pdfJoin us on Wednesday 8 January 2020 for the first episode of Brave Your Day series two.For more information about Brave Your Day, please visit: www.thebiglight.com/braveyourdaySee acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.