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The Well Endowed Podcast

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The Well Endowed Podcast

    Episode 89 – Anti-Black Racism and Youth Mental Health

    Episode 89 – Anti-Black Racism and Youth Mental Health

    On today’s episode, we explore how anti-black racism effects the health of Black Youth in our province. We talk with Dr. Bukola Salami. She is an Associate Professor in the Faculty of Nursing at the University of Alberta. She tells us about her research project to Promote The Mental Health of African, Black and Caribbean Youth in Alberta. And we speak with Noreen Sibanda. She is the Executive Director at the Alberta Black Therapists Network and is a registered provincial psychologist. She helps us better understand some context around mental health and the black community. A community full of diverse […]

    • 40 min
    Episode 88 – Jeff Chalifoux (Silent Walker)

    Episode 88 – Jeff Chalifoux (Silent Walker)

    On this episode, we meet Jeff Chalifoux. Jeff is an Indigenous Two Spirit father whose Cree name is Kimwewehtew (Silent Walker)*. Jeff joins us to talk about his career in social work, supporting the 2SLGBTQ+ community in reducing harms associated with sexualized substance use. He shares his story of navigating substance use and correctional systems, and tells us how embracing his gender, sexuality and Indigenous heritage empowers him. Jeff is a member of the Métis Nation and an advocate for sexual and gender diverse minority communities. Currently in graduate clinical social work studies, Jeff is also a Co-Founder and former […]

    • 42 min
    Episode 87 – Trailheads: a history of urban planning in Edmonton – Part 6

    Episode 87 – Trailheads: a history of urban planning in Edmonton – Part 6

    On this episode, Julian Faid presents the final installment of Trailheads: A History of Urban Planning in Edmonton. We’ve covered a lot of ground in this series. We’ve looked at the pre-fort and post fort history Edmonton. How WWII influenced urban design decisions. How the personal vehicle has guided the way we prioritize our streets. How public transit shapes our city. And the challenges that come with designing an urban environment in an place that faces some of the longest winters in the world. In the sixth part of this special series, Julian is joined by Andrew Knack, City Councillor […]

    • 30 min
    Episode 86 – Trailheads: a history of urban planning in Edmonton – Part 5

    Episode 86 – Trailheads: a history of urban planning in Edmonton – Part 5

    In part 5 of Trailheads, Julian Faid explores the challenges of urban design in a winter city. In the first half of the episode we’ll hear from Jill Robertson, a landscape architect and a principal at Dialog’s Edmonton urban design studio. Robertson will help us understand urban design though the lens of accessibility, which is a major issue in a city like Edmonton where winter is an ever-looming challenge. In the second half of the episode, Julian is joined by Dr. Robin Mazumder, an environmental neuroscientist who studies the psychological impacts of urban design.  Dr. Mazumder will discuss how design choices, particularly in […]

    • 24 min
    Episode 85 – Millennials Set Trends

    Episode 85 – Millennials Set Trends

    On this episode, our correspondent Emily Rendell-Watson explores some of the trends that Millennials are setting. We meet Kim Wynn, a plant stylist at Botaniful and Linda Hoang, blogger and social media specialist to find out how they’ve embraced certain Millennial trends. This is the fourth and final episode of our 2020 Vital Signs series. Our previous topics focused on Millennials and Technology,  Millennial Activism and Engagement, and  Millennials and Money. Links: Read the Vital Topic: Millennial Trends Get your nerd on with the Vital Topic’s Resources. See our past Vital Signs reports. Follow Kim Wynn on Instagram, and see the Botaniful store. […]

    • 31 min
    Episode 84 – Trailheads: a history of urban planning in Edmonton – Part 4

    Episode 84 – Trailheads: a history of urban planning in Edmonton – Part 4

    In part 4 of Trailheads, Julian Faid explores the history, present and future of Public Transit in Edmonton. In the first half of the episode we’ll hear from Dr. Emily Grise, an assistant professor at University of Alberta and the School of Urban and Regional Planning. Dr. Grise will shine some light on public transit through the lens of the economy, and how good public transit is key to building a “world Class” city. In the second half of the episode, Julian is joined by Danika McConnell and Carter Gorzitza from Free Transit Edmonton. Danika and Carter will shift the […]

    • 41 min

Customer Reviews

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25 Ratings

25 Ratings

Miss Ramdini ,

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Just listened to the latest episode on Black mental health within Edmonton. Thank you so much for having Bukola Salami and Noreen Sibanda on to speak about this important issue 🙌🏾!!

Zee Munakampala ,

Zee Munakampala

Very awesome podcast
Very informative..
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Paying it Forward in Edmonton

Life long Edmontonian here and the Well Endowed podcast always teaches me something new about Edmonton and the people and charities that make it work.

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