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Hue at Home with Tracy Koga: Dr. Cheryl Rockman-Greenberg, Dr. Sandra Sirrs, and Yayoi Brandt

Two doctors that are advocates for more research and clinical trails for drugs that can help patients living with rare diseases reveal the astronomical price for these drugs regula...

Hue at Home with Tracy Koga: Ana Luis Ramos, Terry and Osono Tully/ Resilience

We chat with international singer songwriter Ana Luis Ramos, she brings her classic Brazilian music with. blend of her own original sounds. And Osono and her son Terry share their ...

Hue at Home with Tracy Koga: Caroline Marie Brooks, Midori Bruns / Sharing Stories

Caroline Brooks is one third of The Good Lovelies but now gong solo with her debut album Everything At the Same Time, reflecting on her personal life. Midori Bruns shares her story...

Hue at Home with Tracy Koga: Brandi Vezina, Elsie Minamide/ Warriors

We meet some great ladies that have beat all odds in their lives, talk about resilience! Brandi Vezina is a singer songwriter that changed gears when it didn't seem tight to pursue...

Hue Soundbytes with Tracy Koga: Japanese Canadian Historical Retrospective – Yayoi Brant

Yayoi Brant, born in Taiwan, came to Winnipeg well after the internment. She talks about learning the history and discovering more about her homeland in Japan.Music from Uppbeat (f...

Hue Soundbytes with Tracy Koga: Japanese Canadian Historical Retrospective – Terry Tully Osono Tully

Osono Tully and her son Terry reflect on her family history back in B.C. and how she came to live on the Tully farm in Portage La Prairie. Music from Uppbeat (free for Creators!):...

Hue Soundbytes with Tracy Koga: Japanese Canadian Historical Retrospective – Terumi Kuwada

Terumi talks about her parents' journey and also the political undertaking of the Redress to Japanese Canadians and apology by the Conservative Government led by Prime Minister Bri...

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...