The Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Industry (w/ Rinaldo Walcott)

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On the inaugural episode of the Anti-Girlboss Socialist Club, Paniz and Tamsyn are joined by Rinaldo Walcott, a professor at the Women and Gender Studies Institute at University of Toronto. They talk about the university as a site of struggle, the Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI) industry, private property, and the connections between the three.
Professor Walcott’s research is in the area of Black Diaspora Cultural Studies, gender and sexuality. He is the author of several books on these topics including BlackLife: Post-BLM and the Struggle for Freedom with Idil Abdillahi, Queer Returns: Essays On Multiculturalism, Diaspora and Black Studies, and Black Like Who?: Writing Black Canada. His latest book is called On Property: Policing, Prisons, and the Call for Abolition. You can follow him on Twitter @blacklikewho
Professor Walcott’s latest book, On Property:
http://biblioasis.com/shop/new-release/on-property/
Professor Walcott’s Essay “The End of Diversity”
https://read.dukeupress.edu/public-culture/article-abstract/31/2/393/138418/The-End-of-Diversity
Robin D. G. Kelley’s essay “Black Study, Black Struggle”
https://bostonreview.net/forum/robin-d-g-kelley-black-study-black-struggle
“'Humiliating': Black uOttawa student handcuffed in campus carding incident”
https://ottawacitizen.com/news/local-news/humiliating-black-uottawa-student-cuffed-in-campus-carding-incident
Intro music 'The Housewife's Lament' was written in the 1850s by Sara Price, an American woman. Boo Watson, a member of Wages Due Lesbians (an affiliate of the Toronto Chapter of the Wages for Housework) sang the song at the 1975 May Day rally in Toronto.
This conversation was recorded on August 14, 2021.

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