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Most Recent Podcasts

  • 28 July 2014: Podcast: Navajo Star Wars

    Thanks to a grant from U.S. Consulate Toronto, the makers of Navajo Star Wars were able to premiere their film at the TIFF Bell Lightbox in Toronto. While they were here, Public Affairs Officer Scott Walker chatted with them about the project. (7:24, 10.1 MB MP3) 

  • 28 March 2014: Podcast: Dave Wethington, USACE

    Dave Wethington is a Project Manager for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. In this podcast, he talks about how he and his colleagues are fighting invasive species in the Great Lakes and Mississippi River Interbasin. (8:32, 11.7MB MP3) Video »

  • 28 February 2014: Tayyibah Taylor, Magazine Editor

    Tayyibah Taylor, founding editor-in-chief and publisher of Azizah magazine, recently visited Canada for a series of talks on Muslim identity and empowerment. While in Toronto, she sat down with us to talk about the identity and representation of Muslims in North America. (6:41, 8.9MB MP3) 

  • 14 February 2014: Stedman Graham, Author/Executive

    Stedman Graham is American executive and best-selling author. He recently visited Toronto as part of the Toronto Black Film Festival. While there, he sat down with us to talk about leadership and the community. (11:59, 16.9MB MP3) Story »

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