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Scapegoating: The Dirty Cousin to Bullying with AJ Klein

ReThreading Madness

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Episode  ·  1:00:03  ·  Dec 13, 2022


Scapegoating is unfortunately an all too common occurrence around us. We see it. Sometimes we unwittingly participate in it. AJ and Bernadine talk about the history of and mechanisms in scapegoating especially as it pertains to those who live with mental health and physical challenges.Andrea is a Policy and Technical Assistance Coordinator working on tobacco policy with a health authority and university in the Midwestern area of the United States. Andrea recently moved back to the States after living abroad for fifteen years in New Zealand and Canada. She has an undergraduate degree (honours, distinction) in Health Sciences from Simon Fraser University in Burnaby, British Columbia and is currently finishing a Master of Public Health and Social Policy at the University of Victoria in Victoria, British Columbia. Before beginning her career in public health, Andrea worked for a decade in social justice organizing with a primary focus on climate justice, Indigenous solidarity, racial justice, and intersectional equity movements and issues.(music used "It's Alright by Shari Ulrich)

1h 3s  ·  Dec 13, 2022

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