WATCH: The Walrus Talks at Home: Resilience

A discussion about balancing free expression and navigating harmful content featuring Kara Brisson-Boivin, Timothy Caulfield, Tamara A. Small and Cara Zwibel

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A lively discussion about our ability to overcome systemic societal and physical barriers, cope with adversity, and cultivate resilience individually and as a society.

  • Vinita Srivastava, host and producer of the Don’t Call Me Resilient podcast, The Conversation
  • Jeff Adams, Paralympic gold medalist
  • Philomina Okeke-Ihejirika, professor of women’s and gender studies and director of the Pan African Collaboration for Excellence (PACE), University of Alberta
  • Justin Many Fingers, performing artist, writer, director, and producer

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