6 episodes

The world is facing urgent, complicated problems. It has become clear in this generation-defining moment that to make the changes we need, we will have to use every tool at our disposal. But it's not a time to be overwhelmed. We need to face these issues head-on. So let's keep the question simple: What do we do tomorrow? Join host Hannah Sung and 6 Degrees as she asks this question to people with big ideas so bold, well, they just might work.

What Do We Do Tomorrow‪?‬ The Walrus

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.8 • 22 Ratings

The world is facing urgent, complicated problems. It has become clear in this generation-defining moment that to make the changes we need, we will have to use every tool at our disposal. But it's not a time to be overwhelmed. We need to face these issues head-on. So let's keep the question simple: What do we do tomorrow? Join host Hannah Sung and 6 Degrees as she asks this question to people with big ideas so bold, well, they just might work.

    Taking Care in Business

    Taking Care in Business

    As we navigate the COVID-19 pandemic, why are so many governments needing to balance the needs of the economy, with the needs of people? In the final episode of What Do We Do Tomorrow?, host Hannah Sung speaks with Armine Yalnizyan, Atkinson Fellow on the Future of Workers, and an award-winning economist, on the relationship between the economy, and care. Armine provides a historical background to how we've gotten to this point, and shares her insights on what we must do next.

    • 36 min
    Food Has Always Been Political

    Food Has Always Been Political

    What does racism have to do with the way we eat? In the fourth episode of What Do We Do Tomorrow?, host Hannah Sung speaks with Paul Taylor, Executive Director of FoodShare, about the ways in which food insecurity is tied to structural racism, finances, housing, and more. They discuss the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on food security in Canada, and unpack the 'Dismantling White Supremacy Food Box' to see what's inside.

    • 33 min
    Home and Native Land

    Home and Native Land

    Ryan McMahon, comedian, writer, and activist joins host Hannah Sung to speak about the agreements between Canada and the Indigenous nations that form the foundation of this country, and the emergency facing Indigenous people in Canada as those agreements are broken. He explains the power of culture and storytelling to change this nation’s relationship with the original peoples of this land.

    • 38 min
    Community Is the Name of the Game

    Community Is the Name of the Game

    While online communities have existed since the earliest days of the Internet, the COVID-19 pandemic has, at least temporarily, made the digital world the only place where community can safely gather. But how can we ensure that these communities are inclusive and safe for all?

    • 33 min
    Democracy in Crisis

    Democracy in Crisis

    Voting is a cornerstone of our democracy. So why don’t many of us do it? Especially now when the stakes are higher than ever. In the first episode of What Do We Do Tomorrow?, host Hannah Sung asks questions on the history of enfranchisement, voter suppression, and how we can get more people to the polls.

    • 31 min
    A Quick Introduction

    A Quick Introduction

    The world is facing urgent, complicated problems. It has become clear in this generation-defining moment that to make the changes we need, we will have to use every tool at our disposal. But it's not a time to be overwhelmed. We need to face these issues head-on. So let's keep the question simple: What do we do tomorrow?

    • 1 min

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22 Ratings

22 Ratings

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What an important podcast!

Thanks for the forward thinking.

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