Radio Active | Dec 11, 2013 | 7:41

Man honoured for work with Edmonton Somali youth

Amin Amir won a human rights award last night for his work among Somali youth in our city and beyond. Radio Active host Portia Clark talks with former Edmontonian and film maker Will Beauchamp about the documentary he made of Amin.

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