Posts by Chris Berube

Chris Berube is the host of The Walrus Podcast.

#49: Because of Billie

“The shoulders I stand on are broad and strong, full of history and courage and love. How about you? Whose shoulders are you standing on? ”

#48: Turning Adversity into Social Change

“I quickly realized that once somebody discloses trauma—sexual abuse, whatever it might be—that’s not the end of it. It took me ten years to get to a place to be able to discuss solutions.” From The Walrus Talks Philanthropy, recorded in Calgary on September 16, 2014

#44: Cultural Community

Gabrielle Scrimshaw explains how gatherings keep connections to land and people strong. From The Walrus Talks Resilience, recorded in Toronto on October 8, 2014

#43: Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women

“If I can work on this as much as possible, so it will be easier for future generations to deal with, I’ll do that—willingly.” Audio documentarian Lauren Crazybull and illustrator Evan Munday discuss a Canadian epidemic of crime and heartbreak

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