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Journey to Tompkinsville

Growing up in Reserve Mines, Cape Breton, Lindsay Kyte says she had a vague understanding of the "Antigonish Movement."

But she certainly never knew about her own family's connection to it..until a few years ago.

Now, the actor and playwright is bringing her family history and her art together, to help a new generation of Canadians learn about the famous social justice pioneers

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