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Op-Ed: Canada should set development goals – for itself

This year marks the end of the United Nation’s Millennium Development Goal framework. It is a moment for the global community to redefine a new set of sustainable development priorities and ensure equitable growth is achieved for all. 610 more words


Womyn in the diaspora Carleton U project

Daniel Effah is part of a collaborative project on displayed at Carleton University Atrium. The project focuses on the identity of womyn in the African Diaspora and aims to delineate the distorted conceptualization of black womyn. 69 more words

Link to our radio show on March 3 2015

Shelley and Lorne hosted the show as Kim was off with a cold.

Enjoy the show and the wonderful guests and music.

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#NEPA2015 FT CEO Dancers Red Carpet Pictures | covered by 42 STTOM Photography

On Friday, February 13th 2015, Carleton University’s Nigerian Students Association hosted #NEPA2015! Here are the Red Carpet Pictures, covered by 42 STTOM Photography!

To navigate, click on one picture and use left and right keys to move or click on left and right arrows… 12 more words


What an eventful show we had on February 24.

Posted by Kim Kilpatrick

Show co-host

What an eventful and interesting show we had on February 24.

Shelley (my co-host) and I have been taking yoga classes for the blind for more than 5 years. 181 more words

At parallel Missing Women summit, chilling stories and calls for action

When CeeJai Julian ran from Robert Pickton’s farm in 1994 she never looked back.

“I knew that he was going to kill me — something in my gut told me, ‘Run, CeeJai, run, he’s going to kill you,’ and then I took off.” 650 more words

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Prof. Karaian on "Selfies, Sexuality and Teens: A Canadian Study" - Interview

Lilith interviewed Dr. Lara Karaian who is recently working on a project named “Selfies, Sexuality and Teens: A Canadian Study” at Carleton University. She has looked at the legal regulation and construction of sex, gender and sexuality; feminist, queer and transgender legal theory; risk management and regulation; (self)surveillance; the intersections of criminal and constitutional law; law and morality; critical criminology, cultural criminology, and porn studies. 10 more words