TWIH Episode 2: Religion, Race, and…Batman? with Jae Howlett

This week’s co-host is Jae Howlett, one of my earliest friends in California and someone with whom I have had many discussions about spirituality and race. This week, we have a conversation about how Christianity, and other religions, can be used as a front for prejudice in our society, the progressive movement,  how to be a good ally, and, of course, Batman.

Jae Howlett is a 35 year old self-stated Agnostic who reads books on sociopolitical intersections when he’s not watching MMA or reading William Gibson and other cyberpunk Sci-Fi.


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Reading List:

A People’s History of the United States by Howard Zinn (Amazon)

Lies My Teacher Told Me by James W. Loewen (Amazon)

A Different Mirror by Ronald Takaki (Amazon)

Pedagogy of the Oppressed by Paulo Freire (Amazon)

Perversions of Justice: Indigenous Peoples and Anglo-American Law by Ward Churchill (Amazon)

Note about book links: I’ve posted the Amazon links here, but I do encourage you to buy from local booksellers if you are able to do so. I do recognize, however, that for some folks Amazon is their only option.

Running time: 41 minutes

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