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Zoe Dodd and Keith McCrady. Image credit: used with permission
Victoria Fenner, Resh Budhu | Episode four of the Courage My Friends podcast asks: 'What can Indigenous philosophies teach us about health and wellness?' With guests Zoë Dodd and Keith McCrady.
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Jase Tanner, Emma Gregory | Eliza McCullough is a legal advocate for women in the Downtown Eastside. She has built her professional career on support work and helping women in similar situations to her.
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Jase Tanner, Emma Gregory | Robin and Donny both work construction, live in the Downtown Eastside and hang out in Victory Square after work. They talk about the stress of living in a single-room occupancy hotel.
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Jase Tanner, Emma Gregory | Charlize talks about being evicted from her previous home, about being homeless for months and about the challenges of now living in a single-room occupancy hotel in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside.
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Jase Tanner | Vancouver's Downtown Eastside faces severe issues, among them, poverty, homelessness and drug overdose. Three people who have made contributions to the neighbourhood speak about their experiences.
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135A Encampment, Surrey, on the unceded territory of the qʼʷa:n̓ƛʼən̓ (Kwantlen), sq̓əc̓iy̓aɁɬ təməxʷ (Katzie) & kʷikʷəƛ̓əm - Kwikwetlem Nations. Image: Meenakshi Mannoe​
Meenakshi Mannoe, Viveca Ellis | It's time to demand the elimination of anti-poor discrimination and the outright eradication of poverty and stigma in British Columbia.
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Victoria Fenner | Cases of COVID-19 are low compared to other regions of the world, but that doesn't mean all is well. We hear reports from the ground in Tanzania and Mozambique.
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Transmission electron micrograph of SARS-CoV-2 virus particles, isolated from a patient. (Image: NIAID/Flickr)
David Suzuki | The outbreak is showing us the cracks in our systems, the fault lines. If we begin to address them, we'll be in a better place to respond to the longer-term climate and biodiversity crises.
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Empty shelves at a grocery store in La Vern, Southern California. Image: Russ Allison Loar/Flickr
Khadijah Kanji | Hoarding and price gouging are foundational to a capitalist system, one governed by the logic that the limitless capacity to accumulate is the impetus for human innovation and productive activity.
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Meg Borthwick | Meg Borthwick interviews journalist and author Paul Weinberg on his recent book, about anti-poverty research and activism in the 1960s and 1970s.
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Khadijah Kanji | A category that accounts for half of the world's population can't capture the oppressions, needs and realities of all those within it. At best, this renders it useless -- at worst, harmful.
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The corner of Russell and St. George streets in Toronto, near the former location of Praxis's office. Image: City of Toronto Archives/Flickr
Paul Weinberg | In December of 1970, the offices of anti-poverty organization Praxis Corporation were broken into and set on fire. Who was responsible?