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Speak Out
Carleton Journalists for Human Rights bring you discussions and interviews on social justice stories with an Ottawa focus.
Hosted by: Alison Sandstrom, Patrick Butler, Mamta Manhas and Grace McGrenere
Airs: Every Tuesday from 2:00 PM to 2:30 PM

Tune in every week to hear feature interviews with local activists and people with a stake in a human rights-related stories in our community. Other recurring segments include roundtable discussions and in-studio conversations and performances by spoken word poets.

Speak Out

Date Host Highlight On Demand
Feb. 20, 2018 DesTrois new music
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Feb. 13, 2018 Mamta Manhas and Grace McGrenere Non-heteronormative valentine's day craft night, "The Evidence Room" exhibit at Carleton University, and controversies in the olympics.
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Feb. 6, 2018 Mamta Manhas and Grace McGrenere Advocate Julie Lalonde, Harar Hall on the purposed name change to Carleton University's womyn's centre and poet Maria Sarfo
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Jan. 30, 2018 Mamta Manhas and Grace McGrenere Black History Month, Vandalism on Carleton's Gender & Sexuality Resource Centre's mural, and the Media Men list
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Jan. 23, 2018 Mamta Manhas and Grace McGrenere WUSC 40th Anniversary, Sexual Assault Awareness Week and Ottawa's Women's March
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Jan. 16, 2018 Mamta Manhas Coordinator of Carleton's Mawandoseg centre Summer-Harmony Twenish speaking about RISE 2018, Noah Richardson on trauma and journalism and the controversy surrounding Trump's comments on immigration.
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With Speak Out, Carleton Journalists for Human Rights bring you discussions and interviews on social justice stories with an Ottawa focus.

Tune in every week to hear feature interviews with local activists and people with a stake in a human rights-related stories in our community. Other recurring segments include roundtable discussions, in-studio conversations, and performances by spoken word poets.

Co-hosted by Mamta Manhas and Grace McGrenere, with help from our incredible team of JHR reporters.