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This Must Watch Documentary “W’AT ABOWT US ” features women from different cultural backgrounds in Canada with stories of Abuse | Watch the Teaser

W'AT ABOWT US, stemmed from the #metoo movement is a documentary that captures the heartfelt stories of eight women representing the five major cultural backgrounds in Canada. The documentary draws attention to domestic, emotional, physical,  sexual harassment and abuse and extends credibility of the issue in ways that mainstream media has not…
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Excavating the stories of Black Canadian women trailblazers: “Hidden Figures” in Politics | WATCH

University of Alberta political scientist Malinda Smith launched an “excavation project” aimed at bringing to light the stories of Canada’s trailblazing black heroines. To ensure those stories spread as widely as possible, she is putting together a series of social media-friendly videos. This video, the first in the series, features a dozen black…
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Watch Adeola Olubamiji’s TEDx Talks on “Imagine, Design and 3D-Print” | TEDxTrinityBellwoodsWomen

Last month, Dr. Adeola Olubamiji, founder of STEMHub Foundation gave a talk at the TEDx Trinity Bellwoods session about the use of 3D printing, tissue engineering to explore the possibility of regeneration of damaged tissues. The potential of the 3D printing is also being explored for aerospace applications (OEMs for airplanes and fighter jets),…
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Must Watch — We Are The Roots: Black settlers and their experiences of discrimination on the Canadian prairies.

Created by Deborah Dobbins, a descendant of Alberta's first black settlers, We are the Roots: Black Settlers and their Experiences of Discrimination on the Canadian Prairies tells the story of a wave of African American immigrants who moved to Alberta and Saskatchewan between 1905-1912 to escape slavery, racism and persecution in the United States.…
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