Showing posts from September, 2020

Radio Regent News & Views - (9/25/2020)

In this episode, journalist Ella Coccimiglio discusses the Regent Park Community Pods Initiative, a network of local safe-socializing hubs, with two participants; Nate Gurarie interviews Maya Bryon of The Neighborhood Information Post about the Toronto Rent Bank Program; and David Wall talks to Toronto Central School Board Trustee Chris Moise about a number of topics, including the reopening of schools across the city and his plans for redistributing resources in different communities in the name of equity. Listen to Podcast:

Radio Regent News & Views - September 18th, 2020

In this episode, David Wall speaks with Taneeta Doma and Sarah Khan, both law students at the University of Windsor as well as volunteers with Justice for Migrant Workers; Talha Hashmani and Masih K discuss policing and race in Toronto with Freda Adam, a staff lawyer at the Black Legal Action Centre; and Ibby Albazz presents his editorial on how Covid 19 has affected the livelihoods of Canadian musicians.  Listen to podcast:  

Radido Regent News & Views (9/4/2020)

In this episode, journalist Minerva Navasca explores the many ways people can get involved with activism around ongoing struggles for racial justice; Talha Hashmani and Masih K discuss how frontline healthcare workers are facing down the Covid-19 pandemic across the GTA; David Wall interviews lawyer and activist Maleek Mohamed about a recent legal victory for migrant workers in Ontario; and journalist Ella Coccimiglio talks to Regent Park area business owner Chris Klugman about the reopening of Paintbox Bistro.  Listen to Podcast: