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Reconstructing the Home Fire

Many people carry the historical narrative of the Indigenous HIV movement in Canada. One of those people is School of Social Work faculty member Randy Jackson.

Jun 28, 2021

Listen to Randy and Albert McLeod, President, Two-Spirited People of Manitoba, discuss what took place in Indigenous communities and how particular leaders helped shape the response to HIV/AIDS on an episode of pozcast on the Positive Effect.

The episode features art, ceremonial songs and personal narratives that take us further in our exploration of the perspectives and experiences shared by Indigenous people as we honour the collective legacies of peoples and communities who are living with and/or affected by HIV/AIDS in Canada. This is one timely and important episode that you won’t want to miss!

You can listen to the episode on the Positive Effect website.