Friday May 05, 2017
TAPESTRY Your best bird picture gallery
Inspired by author Kyo Mclear's year of birding, CBC Tapestry listeners share their personal stories and photos of the birds with which they have crossed paths.
Sunday February 26, 2017
What do we do about the social poison of anger? According to philosopher Martha Nussbaum, anger isn't an inherently bad thing — it's when anger turns to vengeance that we run into trouble.
When Corey Fleischer comes across racist and offensive graffiti, he uses his power washing equipment to remove it and 'erase the hate'. More video
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The Mohawk Institute operated as a residential school for 142 years. The building is an important site for education and healing for the Six Nations of the Grand River. Jeff Goodes visited the old schoolhouse and spoke with survivors. MoreListen 28:21