As Dalhousie hosts a Radical Justice Symposium focusing on black and Indigenous Issues, speaker Mercedes Peters, a Dal Masters in History student shares with host Karli Zschogner of her research on intergenerational trauma including the impacts of assimilation policies on Indigenous lives and identities over time.
Kelsie Young of Dream Webs was a vendor at the Racial Justice Symposium shares how she interweaves arts and crafts into addressing human rights and culture.
Students from King’s and Dal attend an evening Halifax protest in solidarity of Justice for Colton Bushie and what it means to be an ally.
Shelly Whitman, Executive Director of the Roméo Dallaire Child Soldiers Initiative breaks down what $3.1 million dollars granted by the Liberal government will help with funding a mission in South Sudan to stopping the use of child soldiers by armed groups.
King’s announces an inquiry on its possible colonial links to slavery. King’s Professor Dorota Glowacka and chair of the review panel of scholars discuss the need for the Inquiry.
Dalhousie student Laura Cutmore discusses her role DivestDal in the push for the divestment of funding in fossil fuel companies.
On World Radio Day, CBC The Current’s Anna Maria Tremonti visits King’s Journalism students sharing her experiences in foreign correspondence to the future of journalism. Host Karli Zschogner continues the discussion with her on being a better storyteller.
Enjoy the end of the show with sounds of the International Music Concert for Halifax World Music Museum.
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