Every episode of Road to Equality features a different member of our community sharing their experiences and beliefs on what is needed and what we can do to dramatically improve our just society from their immediate communities through to our national and even international responsibilities.
Check out our podcast intro with Barb, and tune in Mondays at 12 PM for new episodes:
Arys Dejan asks what is equality, and who made the structures that prevent us from achieving it? He shares his unique perspective as someone who lived in foster care and is now working in a homeless shelter.
We're also profiling Arys on our Road to Possible web series. Click here to watch his 6-part Talkie Series and Follow-Up Interview!
Jillian Rees-Brown is an actor, director and writer in theatre, television and film. She shares her experiences overcoming discrimination as a woman in the arts. She also discusses her research of the Beothuk people of Newfoundland, and the difficulties of writing about this extinct Indigenous group as a White woman.
We're also profiling Jillian on our Road to Possible web series. Click here to watch her 4-part Talkie Series and Follow-Up Interviews!
Zolile Mehlomakulu currently lives in Toronto, but grew up in Kingston, Ontario. He shares his memories experiencing racism as a child / youth, and later as a university student in St. Catharines, Ontario.
We're also profiling Zolile on our Road to Possible web series. Click here to watch his 3-part Talkie Series!
David R. Maracle lives in the Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory, a First Nations reserve in Canada. He discusses the importance of respecting and preserving Mother Earth, and why we need to protect the land from the neocolonial ambitions of governments and corporations.
We're also profiling David on our Road to Possible web series. Click here to watch his 6-part Talkie Series!