Archive for June 2019

History of LGBT+ Rights in Canada

June 24, 2019 @ 10:00 am

June is designated Pride Month in commemoration of the Stonewall Riots of 1969. The history of LGBT+ Rights is long, and sadly full of hardship and prejudice. Even today, members find themselves prosecuted around the world. The LGBT+ Rights movement has come a long way in the last century, and while there is still a ways to go, it can't be denied how far the community and its supporters have come in bringing equality and acceptance. In this episode of Pan Historia, Lyndsay and Jonah look into and discuss LGBT+ Rights in Canada, from the First Nations and colonial era, to Post-Confederation, to the Canadian Human Rights Act, and finally to the Civil Marriage Act.

Happy Pride!


I Want to Break Free by Queen

Y.M.C.A by The Village People

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The History of Ideologies

June 10, 2019 @ 10:00 am

We're all familiar with the political spectrum. There are people on the left, people on the right, and people in the centre. Sadly, in modern times, there is a lot of misconceptions and stigmas surrounding the vast number of ideologies in the world today. In this episode of Pan Historia, Lyndsay and Jonah decided to take a closer look at the histories behind and actual philosophies of different ideologies in practice in order to provide a better understanding.

Correction: National Bolshevism was listed as an example Fascist ideology. It turns out it is a syncretic ideology, meaning it is neither Left, Right, nor centre (aka: Third Position). Apologies for the mistake. 

Intro: Thaxed, by Kevin MacLeod 

Outro: Warmth Feeling by Samashi

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