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Whatever Happened To... The Woman Whose Mission Is To Get African Girls In School?
by Marc Silver
This article takes us to the other side of the world, to hear from Angeline Murimirwa
, the Executive Director of CAMFED
, and how she and CAMFED have dealt with keeping schools running throughout the pandemic. CAMFED is a pan-African organization that focuses on the education of girls, supporting them to stay in school, and become leaders in their communities.
Podcast: Telling our Twisted Histories
Reconciliation - what does it mean? More importantly, what does it mean to Indigenous peoples of Canada? It is a word that has been used over and over by the government since the TRC was initiated. What we learn from Kaniehtiio and Indigenous voices on the podcast is that the word reconciliation needs to be decolonized and redefined by Indigenous communities.