The Well-Endowed Podcast is a production of Edmonton Community Foundation (ECF). If you live in Edmonton, chances are you’ve been touched by the work facilitated by the support ECF provides to the city’s shakers, movers and doers. As a bridge between donors and charitable causes, ECF helps donors create endowment funds that will continue giving for generations. With that kind of support, those movers and doers can do a lot!
On the Well Endowed Podcast, you will hear stories about donors, and what inspires their generosity. And you will hear about the people who use our support to build and sustain social initiatives, empower youth, strengthen arts and culture, and so much more.
Edmonton is full of passionate people dedicated to building a vibrant community. The Well Endowed Podcast explores the impact that these municipal champions are having on our city.
On this episode, we talk with Theresa Majeran, Taneiya Mahe and Ramsey Mudryck about how the Belcourt Brosseau Métis Awards can help connect students with their Métis culture. And, we explore some of the challenges students face when preparing to make that connection. Links: Apply for the Belcourt Brosseau Métis Awards. Curious about how to become part of Alberta’s Métis Nation? Have you heard about Michif Cultural Connections? Volunteer with a Grants Sub-Committee here at Edmonton Community Foundation. The Well Endowed Podcast is produced by Edmonton Community Foundation. And is a proud, affiliate member of the Alberta Podcast Network.
On this episode, we talk with Dr. Safyia U. Noble about her latest book, Algorithms of Oppression: How Search Engines Reinforce Racism. Many of us rely on search engines every day, but what if they aren’t as objective as we think? Dr. Noble tells us about her research about Internet search algorithms, how results are generated, and what’s at stake as we come to rely on these tools more and more. Links: Get your tickets for Dr. Safiya Noble’s presentation Algorithms of Oppression: How Search Engines Reinforce Racism . Find out more about Edmonton Public Library’s Forward Thinking Speaker Series. Borrow Algorithms of Oppression: How Search Engines […]
Paula Simons is well known in Edmonton for her work as an award-winning journalist with the Edmonton Journal. And now she’s embarking on a whole new adventure as an independent senator. Paula tells us about this big transition, and let’s us in on what the Senate is up to when it’s in session. Links: Follow @paulatics on twitter. Find out how senators get appointed. Who currently sits in the senate? What does the Senate do? Curious about Bill C-69? Grants: Young Edmonton Grants – Deadline to apply is February 15, 2019. Community Grants – Deadline to apply is March 1, 2019. […]
On this episode, Chris Chang-Yen Phillips speaks with Edmonton Community Foundation’s CEO, Martin Garber-Conrad about the history of our home at Hilltop House. Then, Hunter Cardinal joins us to discuss his new play Lake of the Strangers and the process of working with community to create new myths. Links: Find out more about the history of Edmonton Community Foundation. Get your tickets for Lake of the Strangers, which runs January 22-February 2 in the Backstage Theatre in the ATB Financial Arts Barns. The Well Endowed Podcast is produced by Edmonton Community Foundation. And is a proud, affiliate member of the Alberta Podcast Network. Music […]