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Audio Bootcamp Podcast: Humanitarians, history and hitting the right notes

Plus, inside the octagon with a rising MMA star

Hosts: Ry Pembroke and Kathleen McKenna 
From Audio Bootcamp at the University of King’s College School of Journalism, Writing & Publishing:

  • Sabine Antigua on people in Dartmouth ease the pain of war for a Ukrainian family.
  • Crystal Greene on reviving Mi’kmaq culture with a roll of the dice.
  • Ry Pembroke on teaching an old-school media platform to young activists.
  • Andrew Lam on the Nova Scotia Mass Choir bouncing back from a pandemic pause.
  • Jeremy Hull profiles a mixed martial-arts coach and his young star protégé.

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Sabine Antigua

Sabine Antigua was born and raised in Manila, Philippines and previously lived in Sydney, Australia before pursuing the one-year Bachelor of...

Crystal Greene

Crystal Greene (she/her) is originally from Winnipeg, where she lived most of her life. She now lives in Kjipuktuk/Halifax with her toddler....

Jeremy Hull

Jeremy Hull works for CBC. He's published in magazines throughout the Maritimes. He's happiest when writing about jiu-jitsu or fly fishing. Jeremy...

Andrew Lam

Andrew Lam (they/she) is a Chinese and trans journalist interested in labour, LGBTQIA+, and political stories. They hope to leverage their data...

Ry Pembroke

Ry is a journalism student at the University of King's College. They have a Bachelor of Arts in Contemporary Studies and Religious Studies from...

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