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Hue at Home with Tracy Koga: Debbie Lum Producer of “Try Harder” Fascinasian Film Festival 2022

Filmmaker Debbie Lum joins us to talk about her film Try Harder, closing out the Fascinasian Film Fest. It delves into the high pressures and stakes for Asian students to get into ...

Hue at Home with Tracy Koga: Akilah Newton / Big Dreamers, Bright Future

Akilah Newton is the founder of Big Dreams, an organization that promotes education of Canadian Black History, community activism through literature, games and art. As well she has...

Hue at Home with Tracy Koga: Hijab Mitra – Courage, Family and Love

Hijab Mitra share her personal story of family, honor, love and creating a life of her own. Plus a behind the scenes interview with social media expert Charmaine Jennings!

Hue at Home with Tracy Koga: Stuart Murray: Human Rights for All, Artbeat Studio’s Kate Kaplun

We go in depth with community leader Stuart Murray, President and CEO of COHRE and The Human Rights Hub. Stuart talks about Winnipeg becoming the Geneva for human rights education....

Healing Hearts – Family Life in 2022

We discuss the issues facing families both Indigenous and Newcomers for 2022. And what things need to change or put in place to make life better.

Healing Hearts #14 – Bill 64

We have Nathan Martindale from Manitoba Teachers' Society and other guests discuss Bill 64 the controversial education Bill that has some serious issues that will affect our commun...

Healing Hearts #13 – Education For All

We talk about how the education system needs to change especially for the Indigenous and Newcomer communities. Taking down the barriers and making sure education is accessible to a...

Hue Virtual Chat with Tracy Koga: Cynthia Fortlage, Susie Erjavec Parker /Pronouns! Education!

We talk about the new use of pronouns, not in the proper english sense but how we identify with them. And the growing crisis of mental health issues amongst students, teachers and ...