"This is a project about place and the particular knowledge tied to it, emerging from it, and guiding our relations to it. It is a project very much about who-knows-what-where, so where we are is foundationally important. The 'where' of these conversations is the ancestral homeland of the Beothuk and Mi'kmaq."
Western Voices in Canadian Art
Senator Patricia Bovey talks about her new book, "Western Voices in Canadian Art" — the first survey of the artists and art from Western Canada.
Mary Cohen and Stuart Duncan, co-authors of "Music-Making in U.S. Prisons: Listening to Incarcerated Voices", discuss the history of music-making in prisons and the role that music could play in tearing down unjust prison systems moving forward.