Thursday July 5 and Monday July 9 on People First Radio…
This week on People First Radio…Thursdays at noon (live) and Mondays at noon (rebroadcast)–or click the links below to listen on demand. Read our current weekly ENEWS in PDF here.
Inside William Kurelek’s surrealistic world of art
Extraordinary film looks into artist’s mind, sexuality, fears, and his questions about whether he was really even human
We speak with Bruce Saunders, the founder and organizer of Victoria’s Movie Monday, and with Nick Young, director of William Kurelek’s The Maze. [Image of William Kurelek from “The Maze” website]
From personal experience to helping others
Karen Liberman believes thousands of workers affected by mental illness are trying to hide it, unable to talk about it
We speak with Karen Liberman, a mental health advisor, who recently retired from a position as executive director of the Mood Disorders Association of Ontario.
Housing project promotes inclusive employment
Toronto’s Houselink is working to hire “people with lived experience”—including former clients—at all levels
We speak with Judy James, a supportive housing worker with Houselink Community Homes, who brings her “lived experience” to the role.
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