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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...

Healing Hearts Show 12 – Anti-Racism in Sport

We discuss the need for anti-racism in sport, having a level playing field for all athletes. How to create more opportunities for Indigenous and BIPOC communities.

Hue at Home with Tracy Koga: Isha Khan, Angela Cassie, Tania lafreniere : Passionate Women

Another Best Of Hue at Home, featuring CEO for CMHR Isha Khan, and National Gallery of Canada's Angela Cassie and Tania Lafreniere both have been selected to run brand new areas of...

Healing Hearts – Multicultural Celebrations, Reflection On Canada Day

This year's Canada Day celebrations will be different. With more unmarked graves being found on residential school grounds a dark cloud has put a damper on many July 1st celebratio...

Healing Hearts Show 9 – Residential Schools , Trauma and Healing, Reconciliation

Belinda Vandenbroeck Elder and Residential School survivor shares her personal story and we learn more about the harrowing experiences of Indigenous children taken away. Clayton Sa...

Healing Hearts Show 8 – Mental Health and Well-Being

The mental health and well-being of our Indigenous and newcomer communities is the topic of hot discussion as we listen to lived experiences and find a way to show support where he...

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 at Home with Tracy Koga: Isha Khan, Linda Drosdowech – Human Rights

Tracy sits down with Isha Khan CMHR CEO and how she is committed to bring Human Rights to the forefront not only for the community but also from within the organization. Plus Linda...