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Femisphere: Artistry, Knowledge & The Voices of the People From a Feminist Perspective w/ Mahlet Cuff

  Does your fear hold you back from making important contributions to your community? Meet Mahlet Cuff. Co-host and producer of Femisphere a radio show that operates on conversations around social justice, aiming to promote a diversity of topics that affect women, especially marginalized women. Mahlet is so young, and so fierce! Our conversation is raw, [...]

Taking Charge: The Art of Activism & Creativity w/ Red Rising Magazine’s Sadie-Phoenix Lavoie

  This week on Soul Unexpected, we are blessed to have one of my favourite movers and shakers Sadie-Phoenix Lavoie, co-creator of Red Rising Magazine, community advocate, activist, matriarch and overall badass! Sadie is from Sagkeeng First Nations, she recently graduated with a BA in indigenous studies and political science. Red Rising Magazine launched their [...]

Finding Culture & Self-Love Through Demanding Change w/ the fierce Brielle Beardy-Linkater

  Sorry we missed you last week! But guess what, we are back in full affect w/ this week's guest Brielle Beardy-Linklater, activist, change agent, speaker and overall bad mamma jamma! Join Brielle and I as she shares her journey as a change agent, connecting and healing through culture and tradition, how she deals with [...]

Healthy Eating & Active Living w/ Nutritional & Fitness Coach Chinwe Asagwara

  Eating healthy and adding exercise to your schedule isn't always about looking good....although to be honest, looking good is just one of the many benefits of living a healthy and active life. But for many of us, it's about turning up and keeping good energy. And this week's guest, has some amazing insight on [...]

Indigenous Perspectives in the Art of Storytelling w/ Activist & Author Gitz “Crazy Boy” Derange: Following Your Spirit, Trusting Your Journey & A Walk Through Colonization

  "Canada, you are in the midst of an indigenous renaissance." -Jeremey Dutcher   Have you ever come across someone on social media and thought, I think me and this person could have a dope conversation? I don't know, maybe its just me, but that's exactly how I felt coming across this week's guest Gitz [...]

Paving The Way Through Comedy w/ Comedian, Actress & Law Student Anjali Sandhu

I recently had the chance to work with this week's guest this summer on a short film I developed. She made everyone laugh on set, I kept saying to her " You should be a comedian" not realizing she already is! Ha! Meet the hilarious Anjali Sandhu. This past summer she had a Fringe show [...]

CBC New Indigenous Voices Class of 2018: Finding culture through film school, Indigenous Cinema, Media & Representation.

Welcome to another season of Sooooouuuuuull Unexpected! I am so happy to be back for a new season full of raw & edgy interviews designed to feed your soul! Kicking things off this season, are a group of people I had the opportunity to get to know this summer, Damien Frazee (The G), Cynthia Dawn [...]

Woke Comedy: Unapologetically Using Laughter as Medicine w/ Dione C. Haynes & Elissa Black Wolf Kixen

It's that time of the week again! And what a way to end Season 4 of Soul Unexpected! Meet comedians, writers and the creators of Woke Comedy...... might I also mention they are two of my favourite comedic matriarchs, Ellisa Black Wolf Kixen & Dione C. Haynes! Both Dione and Ellisa created Woke Comedy as [...]

Healing Through Comedy w/ Comedian Sasha Mark

  I first came across this week's guest at a comedy show called Woke Comedy, held here in Winnipeg. Woke Comedy is dedicated to supporting and promoting BIPOC comedians. Woke Comedy is a safe space to heal and share stories about the experiences BIPOC go through from micro-aggressions to discrimination etc. Sharing real stories in [...]

Leading the Way: Culture, Inclusion, & Indigenous Law w/ Danielle Morrison

    " I feel sorry for people of good heart who have never had a chance to learn the realities of Native American everything-not just our history but the sweetness and the beauty and the reasons why were so close to Mother Earth." -Buffy St. Marie Leaders come in many forms, but having purpose [...]