S03E08 - Karyn Pugliese discusses anti-Indigenous racism, speaking truth to power and the path to solidarityRace, Health & Happiness
09/28/22 • 70 min
“My guest for this episode is Karyn Pugliese, who is a Canadian broadcast journalist and communication specialist of Algonquin and Italian descent. Karen is the current Executive Director of the publication “Canada's National Observer”. Previously, she was the managing editor of investigations at the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC), and the executive director of news and current affairs at the Aboriginal Peoples Television Network (APTN).
She received the 2022 National Newspaper Award in the “Columns” category for three powerful pieces written after the discovery of unmarked graves on the grounds of the former Kamloops Indian residential school.
We talk about speaking truth to power, the trauma of residential schools, writing with love and Black & Indigenous solidarity.”
- Dr. O
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