#AbolishChildSlavery: INNterview with Executive Director of International Rights Advocates, Terrence Collingsworth
“It will force the companies by an order of the court to finally do what they promised to do back in 2000. That is, to stop using child [slave] labour.”
Meet Alicia Serratos, the 14-year-old Girl Scout who brought seed library to every US state
Meet Alicia Serratos, the 14-year-old environmental activist who sent seed library kits to every state in the US during the pandemic. “A Seed Library is just like a regular library, but instead of checking out books, you’re checking out seeds,” Serratos said. She wants kids and adults alike to think about where the food we […]
[WATCH] “We are not a homogenous group”: INNterview with Professor Carl James on Africentric schools, educational reform for Black students
Hold fast to dreams For if dreams die Life is a broken-winged bird That cannot fly. Hold fast to dreams For when dreams go Life is a barren field Frozen with snow. — Langston Hughes, “Dreams” As our society adapts to what we call “the new normal,” it leads us to reflect on what we […]
Isabella Gamk, Toronto-based housing activist who runs Protecting ODSP and OW Funding (POOF), joins INN24’s Dee Hundal in an open-hearted discussion around the right to protest, rising poverty and crime and its connection to increase police budgets. Gamk was charged with being a “common nuisance” at Yonge and Dundas Square, where she was protesting the […]
[WATCH] Understanding Ontario’s energy plan: INNterview with Angela Bischoff from Ontario Clean Air Alliance
Renown climate activist and expert, Angela Bischoff, discusses the government’s emphasis on gas and nuclear power in opposition to renewable energy as well as their impacts on the environment.
[WATCH] “Keep the elite away from your grandmother”: The Line Canada wants to hold institutions accountable for pandemic hysteria
Why thousands insist on protesting against COVID-19 regulations despite a spike in cases
The multitalented artist speaks to Vicki A. Lee about her own artistic process, why she believes public art is integral to the community, and offers advice to burgeoning artists who are finding their way in the creative landscape.
Jennifer Lau of Fit Squad and the Save Health & Wellness Coalition are fighting for fair treatment and support for small business owners during the pandemic, hoping to preserve the unique character of the city provided by local businesses.
Co-founder Gina Marie and producer Mykella Van Cooten speak candidly about their experiences as mixed-race individuals growing up and living in the city, and the importance of providing safe and nurturing spaces for BIPOC.