Democracy Watch Episode June 21, 2018

Vancouver's First Urban Heiltsuk language Classes & Harlan Pruden's Thoughts on being Two-Spirited

5:08pm - 6:01pm

After headlines from Vancouver and the Lower Mainland, Democracy Watch presents an hour of Indigenous-focused, local current affairs in honour of National Day of Indigenous Peoples. The show begins with Rehmatullah Sheikh, who reported on Vancouver's first urban Heiltsuk language classes as part of UBC's Reporting In Indigenous Communities program. After that, we hear an interview lead by Ande Laidman with Vancouver-based Cree scholar and activist, Harlan Pruden. Laidman speaks with Pruden about the nuances of being Indigenous and two-spirited.

Track Listing:

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