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- ItemEpisode 1: Context of hate in Alberta(2019) Chaudhry, Irfan; Bukhari, Iman; MacEwan University; Chaudhry, Irfan; Bukhari, ImanIn an age of increasing political and social polarization, how do we understand the diverse and divisive viewpoints that are fueling the rhetoric of hate in Alberta? This episode outlines recent examples of hate in Alberta, and also speaks to groups involved on “all sides” of the debate to help us answer: What is the current context of hate in Alberta? Hosted by Irfan Chaudry and Iman Bukhari.
- ItemEpisode 2: All walks of life: from hate to healing(2019) Chaudhry, Irfan; Bukhari, Iman; MacEwan UniversityAlberta is located on Treaty land. An acknowledgment of the historical legacy of hateful treatment towards the Indigenous community in Canada culminated with the federal government’s Truth and Reconciliation Calls to Action in 2015. In this episode, we outline what, if anything, has changed in Alberta and how Indigenous knowledge can help us heal from historical and current narratives of hate. Hosted by Irfan Chaudry and Iman Bukhari.
- ItemEpisode 4: The next generation: youth perspectives on hate in Alberta(2019) Chaudhry, Irfan; Bukhari, Iman; MacEwan UniversityWhat do young Albertans think about what is going on in the province? Do they see any hope in looking past the hateful noise that appears to be dividing the country? This episode will explore youth perspectives on hate, and what this demographic thinks can be done to address the issue. Hosted by Irfan Chaudry and Iman Bukhari.