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On this episode, correspondent Emily Rendell-Watson introduces us to three Edmontonians to explore how COVID-19 has impacted each of us differently. We’ll meet Marco Luciano, Director of Migrante Alberta, Métis singer and songwriter Brandon Baker, and Tobi Obatusin, President of the Black Pharmacy Students’ Association. We’ll hear about how their communities and families have navigated this past year.
Read our Vital Topic: COVID-19 in Edmonton, and see our sources.
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Find out more about Marco Luciano’s work with Migrante Alberta.
Check out Brandon Baker and his music Electric Religious.
Follow Tobi Obatusin and the Black Pharmacy Students Association on Facebook.
Read Mayor Don Iveson’s statement on the COVID-19 National Day of Observance.
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See our Rapid Response Fund in action!
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The Well Endowed Podcast is produced by Edmonton Community Foundation. And is a proud, affiliate member of the Alberta Podcast Network.
Music for the COVID-19 story is Crystals by Xylo-Ziko.