Kukukwes.com – The Podcast: Episode 8

Walking With Our Sisters is a commemoration art exhibition that remembers missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls/Photo by Stephen Brake

Kukukwes.com – The Podcast: Episode 8
Recorded on February 20, 2017
Host: Maureen Googoo

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Podcast includes:

1. Interview with Alex McDonald, a band councillor with the Sipekne’katik Band in Nova Scotia regarding its court win regarding the Alton Natural Gas Storage Project near Stewiake. Read the news story here: kukukwes.com/2017/01/30/sipeknekatik-wins-legal-victory-in-appeal-of-alton-gas-project/

2. Interviews with Natalie Gloade and Agnes Gould regarding an art exhibit that honours missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls that was on display in Halifax for two weeks in January. Read the news story here: kukukwes.com/2017/01/16/family-members-of-missing-murdered-women-contribute-moccasin-vamps-to-art-exhibit-at-msvu/

3. Interview with Mi’kmaw author Theresa Meuse about her latest children’s book about Mi’kmaw culture. Read the news story here: kukukwes.com/2016/12/22/an-interview-with-theresa-meuse-author-of-lnuk-the-people/

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About Maureen Googoo 256 Articles
Maureen Googoo is an award-winning journalist from Indian Brook First Nation (Sipekne'katik) in Nova Scotia. She has worked in news more than 30 years for media outlets such as CBC Radio, the Chronicle-Herald and the Aboriginal Peoples Television Network. Maureen has an arts degree in political science from Saint Mary's University in Halifax, a journalism degree from Ryerson University in Toronto and a Masters degree in journalism from Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism in New York City.