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Hue Soundbytes with Tracy Koga: Isha Khan, A New Journey with The Canadian Museum for Human Rights

Isha Khan is the new CEO for the CMHR, and she speaks openly about making changes as she moves the museum into a more inclusive and safe place for all people to come and experience...

Hue Soundbytes with Tracy Koga: Artivism, The Witness Blanket – New Exhibitions At CMHR

The Canadian Museum for Human Rights has two new exhibitions that reflect how the power of art can explain horrific events such as genocide and the plight of Residential School Sur...

Hue Soundbytes with Tracy Koga: Grace Eiko Thomson – Chiro Sakura Falling Cherry Blossoms

Grace Thomson talks about her book Chiro Sakura, a mother and daughter's journey through Racism, Internment and Oppression. It chronicles not only Grace's mother's story but her ow...

Hue Soundbytes With Tracy Koga: SurThrival of The Fittest

Sonia Funk and Sylvia Marusyk have put together a unique wellness program that can help the smallest business to the large corporate companies navigate the complicated and challeng...

Hue Virtual Chat with Tracy Koga: Cynthia Fortlage, Primrose MK Author, Facing FUD

We celebrate some happy news with Primrose MK's new novel about to be published, but what will the book cover look like?? And world traveler Cynthia Fortlage joins us from a small ...

The Kids Are Alright…So True in So Many Ways

We talk about the kids and how they are handling things these days in these crazy times. Some are doing really good, we fear though some are not. But overall kids are more resilien...

Heavy Hearts, And the World as We Now Know It

We start on how to celebrate in a world that so much chaos in it, but begin to see what we really need to do. Support, active listening, empowering our youth to take their own stan...

New Faces, Celebrating Filipino Theatre and A pop Up Space for Hue Crew!

We introduce Primrose Madayag Knazan, a celebrated playwright that is riding success from her latest play "First Comes Marriage" based on her Filipino culture. and the girls talk a...

Fertility, Henna Tattoos, and a Cultural Lesson from Rana

The Hue Crew original four, Tracy, Shana, Susie and Rana go all out on their opinions on children, family, and cultural beliefs. Again at Swish Co-Create, they invite their guests ...