On Monday, members of the KLR collective were interviewed on
Health Justice Radio, a weekly half-hour program that “explores ways in which social factors like housing status, income and gender affect an individual’s ability to access health care and ultimately, one’s health”.
Click here to download the interview: Health Justice Radio Interview with KLR. The interview is about twenty minutes long and deals with the relationship between connecting with wild spaces, the health of the land, and our health as humans. We talk about the basics of connecting to the land, engaging with the history of colonialism, building watershed-wide land defense movements, and lots of other stuff. It was our first time on the radio, and it was lots of fun!
Health Justice Radio airs on Mondays at 1:30 on CFMU, 93.3 FM in Hamilton, or online at cfmu.msumcmaster.ca .