Episode Four: Khairani Barokka
Keywords:trust, listening, disability justice, harm, decolonial
In the fourth episode of the podcast, Rajni Shah and Kharaini Barokka (Okka) discuss the shifting and intricate relationships between listening, safety, harm, accountability, and trust. These topics are especially poignant because (in contrast to all the other episodes) Okka and Rajni did not know each other before recording this episode of the podcast. Their conversation both comments on and embodies the complexities in inviting trust, and acknowledging our capacities for harm, when navigating conversations with strangers.
In the accompanying offering, Okka shares some of her daily wellbeing practices.
Barokka, Khairani. 2021. 'The Grammar of Time Travel'. Catapult, 13 January. https://catapult.co/stories/the-grammar-of-time-travel-column-khairani-barokka
brown, adrienne maree. 2017. Emergent Strategy: Shaping Change, Changing Worlds. Chico, CA: AK Press.
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