From The Converation, a thought-provoking editorial by Becki Ross (Sociology and Gender, Race, Sexuality & Social Justice at UBC) on queer women in sport.
From the description in the Tyee “In the opening scenes of Crip Camp, a documentary available on Netflix, school buses pull into the entrance of Jened, a summer camp in the New York [...]
An article by colleagues Emily Milne (MacEwan University) and Sara Cumming (Sheridan College) introducing a Special Edition of the Journal of Applied Social Sciences available here.
From the documentary description: “Stretching along the river Ganges rests Varanasi, the holiest of India’s seven sacred cities, and a place where devout Hindus go to die in hopes of [...]
A new documentary from Deeyah Khan about Neo-Nazis and White Nationalists in the USA. Not easy to watch, but that is when you know you have to. Available here. For my students, there is so much [...]
Here is a good PBS documentary on the US medical system (Canadian experience with COVID-19 around the 45 minute mark), as well as a 2020 report from the Peter G. Peterson Foundation.