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The Monarchy's Colonialist Legacy

We spoke to policy analyst and writer Chuka Ejeckam about the violent imperialist and colonialist legacy that the monarchy represents

The Monarchy's Colonialist Legacy
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Written by Alex Cosh

On the latest episode of The Maple's North Untapped podcast, we spoke to policy analyst and writer Chuka Ejeckam about the violent imperialist and colonialist legacy that the monarchy represents in the wake of Queen Elizabeth II's passing earlier this month.

We also discussed some of the bizarre reactions to the queen's death in the U.K. and Canada, the case for why the monarchy should be replaced with a democratic alternative, and some of the obstacles that stand in the way of advancing such a project.

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