Read. Watch. Listen. introduces you the personal side of our faculty, staff and alumni. Participants are asked to answer three simple questions about their reading, viewing and listening habits – what one book or newspaper/magazine article is grabbing your attention; what one movie or television show has caught your eye; and what album/song, podcast or radio show are you lending an ear to.
Larissa Bartlett is Director, Equity & Human Rights Services.
Today, she takes her turn on Read. Watch. Listen.
The Reason You Walk by Wab Kinew. As Canadians, we have a responsibility to learn more about Indigenous history and the lands upon which we call our home.
Caroline’s Story – it’s a short documentary I want everyone to see. Food allergies are very misunderstood and even more frightening is that so many are unsure or reluctant to give medication (epinephrine) that could help save a life.
I first learned of Keala Settle through her role in The Greatest Showman (a movie that was panned, but has one of the best soundtracks, in my humble opinion). I loved this song Bird Set Free from its first note – and I always sing it off-key and often very loudly.
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