Deborah Mebude - Intersectionality in social & racial justice movements
On July's edition of The Intern Exchange, Keira invites Deb Mebude to discuss the importance of intersectionality in social & racial justice movements. Deb shares tips on how listeners can better advocate for a harmonious society and leverage their voices in pursuit of racial equity.
Serisha Iyar - Tips for Political Engagement and Social Justice Advocacy
Karel Hermans - A social worker's response to the climate crisis
Trixie Ling - Fostering anti-racist dialogues for transformative change
Miriam Mahaffy - Youth Empowerment + Education in Climate Justice
Rebekah Sears - Role of Canadian policy in advocating for global equality
Bolu Coker - Our need to protect refugees during COVID-19
The Coronavirus and our Rhetoric of "Othering"
Jacqueline Romero - Effective pathways to refugee settlement in Canada
Trixie Ling - Creating an inclusive space for newcomers in Canada
Climate Justice Series - Climate Refugees
Climate Justice Series - Just Transition
Climate Justice Series - Inclusion of Marginalized Voices
The Most Vulnerable - The Burden of Advocacy for Womxn of Colour
The Most Vulnerable - Representation Matters
The Most Vulnerable - Confronting White Privilege in Advocacy
#RefugeeWeek2019 - Integration and Community Building
The Most Vulnerable - Intersectionality 101
#RefugeeWeek2019 - Combatting Anti-Black Racism in Refugee Policy.
#RefugeeWeek2019 - Identifying Colourism in Immigrant Communities
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