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 Spitfiyah! Radio 
 Regular Show
 Spitfiyah! Radio Collective  
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 Attribution Non-commercial (by-nc) 
The Spitfiyah! Radio Collective
This month on Spitfiyah!: Mercedes analyzes how Little Burgundy has become known as a Montreal hotspot this year, and the role that gentrification forces played. Gau reports back on the McGill Culture Shock series: in particular, the 'Healing Rage' convergence for Indigenous people and people of colour to discuss their lived experiences and anti-racist organizing, as well as the keynote event featuring Dark Matter, a trans south asian artist collaboration. Victoria facilitates another 'Things We Love" segment, and shares her love this month for Janet Mock's memoir, Redefining Realness.

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00:57:09 English 2014-11-26
 Montreal, Canada
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