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Same Difference Podcast – Season 1 – Episode 19: Harmony 2 Harmony

Emily Morantz April 1, 2021

Ever wonder how musicians create harmonies? In our final episode of the season, producer Adrian Bueno explores how musicians from different communities produce harmonies, and how it allows them to find harmony within their lives.   Host: Grace BrisonExecutive Producer: Emily MorantzAssociate Producer: Manuela VegaArtwork by Ben ShelleyTheme music composed by John PowersCourse instructor: Amanda Cupido

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Same Difference Podcast – Season 1 – Episode 17: Taboo Talkin’

Emily Morantz March 25, 2021

Cannabis, marijuana, doobie, devil’s lettuce.  In this episode, producer Bela Lopes dives into the history of weed prohibition and racist policies affecting stoners of colour from the 1930s to modern day.   Host: Grace BrisonExecutive Producer: Emily MorantzAssociate Producer: Manuela VegaArtwork by Ben ShelleyTheme music composed by John PowersCourse instructor: Amanda Cupido

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Same Difference Podcast – Season 1 – Episode 14: How We Can Fix the Future of Feminism

Emily Morantz March 11, 2021

The future of feminism is here. In this episode, producer Leen Blaibleh takes us through the compelling stories and experiences of four minority women who are redefining the movement daily.   Host: Grace BrisonExecutive Producer: Emily MorantzAssociate Producer: Manuela VegaArtwork by Ben ShelleyTheme music composed by John PowersCourse instructor: Amanda Cupido

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Same Difference Podcast – Season 1 – Episode 12: Stand On Guard For Thee

Emily Morantz February 25, 2021

The Canadian identity is hard to define—and it varies wildly from person to person. Especially for racialized Canadians, the question of our national identity is a complicated one. In this episode, producer Shakir Rimzy speaks to racialized public servants about fitting into Canadian culture and being part of “the system”. […]

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