Jayson Stewart, of THE OVERLOADED PLATE, brings us a few good news stories to brighten our day, promote social justice, and make the world a bit brighter. In this week's episode, he talks about a trans heavy metal singer who changed American history and kicked a jerk to the curb, a major change in a racist Canadian law, and the best way to end war
On November 7th, 2017 I was honoured to be a live guest on SEX CITY, a "weekly discussion of sex and its many intersections". The show is hosted by a revolving circuit of incredibly engaging hosts and can be found on CIUT 89.5FM, a campus and community radio station operated by the University of Toronto.
I spoke about being a social justice educator in small town Northern Ontario and about the importance of equity and diversity courses in high schools.
Some of the questions included:
CHECK THEM OUT: sexcityradio.com
Cherie Dimaline is a Metis author and editor and the most recent winner of both the 2017 Governor General's Young Adult Fiction Award and the 2017 Kirkus Prize. Her novel, THE MARROW THIEVES, is a speculative story that envisions a world that doesn't dream anymore and where indigenous people are hunted for their bone marrow.
Here I am unboxing a copy of the book!
I wear many hats and take on too much but I love every moment of being creatively busy. I also form opinions on a wide range of topics but social justice and fairness are strong themes that vein my narrative. Here is a collection of my thoughts, rants, ideas, musings, and writings.