That’s the title of Barbara Connell and Bill Jersey’s 1966 documentary about a pastor’s attempt to integrate a white congregation with a black church. Click here to watch it. The rebellion happening now in the United States and around the world deserves our focused attention. It also requires a burning of what white people likeContinue reading “A Time For Burning”
Like any region, Atlantic Canada contains multitudes. Its cultural identities are complex and cannot be pinned to one definition. Each province has a unique history, as does each “Atlantic Canadian”. The embodied pluralities that make up its population stretch out and shake up any imagined structure that tries to enforce a particular “Atlantic Canadian” identity.Continue reading “Rising Tide of Change”
This podcast episode has sound effects! I talk about how I’m connecting queer theory to Atlantic Canada, which is essentially what I did in the first episode but a tad more clear (maybe). It’s a lot more exciting than it sounds.