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Sep 13, 2021

In part one of this two part episode Devan Williams, a proud indigenous woman of the Squamish Nation, talks with Chris about her family’s resistence & resilience in post confederaion Canada. She tells of the healing and hope that they bring in keeping cultural traditions of the Squamish nation alive. Next full doula...


Aug 30, 2021

In this conversation, Aisha explores following embodied pleasure as the rhythm that agitates for wider social change with YaliniDream and Adaku Utah, two brown queer justice-focused, body-centered transformers of community. 

TOPICS 

  • Defining desire from the body - its connotations, dualities and realms of existence
  • How...


Aug 10, 2021

Aisha reads from xer blog essay, The Orgasmic Organismic Yes. The essay explores the nuances of a blended YES-NO, the state when our sense of embodied pleasure becomes disorganized by obligation and pain. Xe explores how to cultivate unblending the two, supporting the possibility of embodied pleasure again. After the...


Jul 27, 2021

Summer 2021 theme on ELC is Desire. We weave this somatic concept throughout each conversation, practice and exploration for this season. In this conversation, Aisha, Kaila and Chris attempt to reclaim desire as a concept associated with hedonism and mindless sexuality as western culture defines it. Together, we create...


Jul 12, 2021

In this conversation between Kaila June and Aisha Edwards, we explore concepts of ease and slow as precursors for creativity and are inspired by the pace of nature. We introduce Emergent Liberation Collective as a “slow podcast” and talk about the changes we’ve experienced since putting out our first season. As a...