28 minutes

Episode 03

The Importance of Unity

In Your Skin is a podcast hosted by Anisha Bensdira that encompasses real life perspectives revolving around racial struggles and education. 

Proudly presenting on episode three, Marcia Alderson - a very inspiring member from our community. In this episode Marcia shares her perspective on collective unity and future progress through her own personal stories. In this podcast we address forward thinking and the power of togetherness. 

I hope you all can take what it means to be comfortable within YOUR own skin from this podcast, and thank you for tuning into our third episode. 

 

You matter. 

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Episode 02

More than a trend, #BLM

28 minutes

In Your Skin is a podcast hosted by Anisha Bensdira that encompasses real life perspectives revolving around racial struggles and education. 

Proudly presenting on episode two, Bam 528! - an influential pillar in Collingwood who wisely shares his perspective of racism over the course of different decades and throughout many communities. In this podcast we address the past, the present, and the future. 

I hope you all can take what it means to be comfortable within YOUR own skin from this podcast, and thank you for tuning into our second episode. 

 

You matter. 

Episode 01

A Different Perspective

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24 minutes

In Your Skin is a podcast hosted by Anisha Bensdira that encompasses real life perspectives revolving around racial struggles and education. 

Proudly presenting on episode one, Isaiah Mulcare - an 18 year old student who shares his perception on transitioning out of a diverse community to a predominatly white one. Covering experiences such as micro-aggressions, the absence of racial literacy in education, and much more. 

I hope you all can take what it means to be comfortable within YOUR own skin from this podcast, and thank you for tuning into our first episode. 

 

You matter. 

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