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On this episode, we explore our latest Vital Topic: The Effects of Intersectionality on Making Ends Meet in Edmonton.
Our correspondent, Emily Rendell-Watson, speaks with three Edmontonians to find out what kind of obstacles people who experience multiple forms of discrimination must overcome just to make ends meet.
Links from this episode:
Check out our latest Vital Topic: The Effects of Intersectionality on Making Ends Meet in Edmonton.
See the full 2021 Vital Signs Report: Making Ends Meet in Edmonton.
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Thanks very much to our guests:
– Nneka Otogbolu – Edmonton Community Foundation
– Dunia Nur – African-Canadian Civic Engagement Council
– Karli Drew
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Music for the Intersectionality segment is Never Miss A Moment by Scott Holmes Music.