RC360 Season 2, Episode 44

River City 360

In this instalment of River City 360:

  • Mark Reid, Editor-in-Chief of Canada's History, joins us to talk about Sounds Like History, a new podcast that discovers Canada's past through the music of the times.
  • Activist and journalist Harsha Walia discusses inclusion without tokenism at The Canadian CED Network's Gathering.
  • Our Vital Signs series features a new relaxed performance at the Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre that's focused on accessibility to those on the autism spectrum.
  • Find out how you can make an even bigger difference in Manitoba communities on November 19 as Endow Manitoba launches its 24 Hour Giving Challenge. Denise Campbell of The Winnipeg Foundation will tell us about how it works and how you can take part.
  • And Noah Erenberg, Convener of Community News Commons, joins hosts Nolan Bicknell and Robert Zirk to discuss the latest stories written by citizen journalists on CNC.

Originally broadcast on 93.7 CJNU-FM on November 6, 2016.


River City 360 is a project of The Winnipeg Foundation, in partnership with 93.7 CJNU FM.
           
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