Understanding Intersectionality By Lynn Gehl, PhD

Introducing Intersectionality When creating a more liberating world inclusive of all people, an intersectionality lens, or an intersectionality methodology, is required. Intersectionality theory was first articulated by Black women who were dissatisfied with the efforts and knowledge emerging from White feminism as it fails to speak to their experience. In […]

Music to Soothe the Soul

Hospice Peterborough’s Bedside Singers Reach Out to Palliative Patients   By Melodie McCullough    It is a gift for both the ones receiving and the ones giving.  For the past seven years, a group of Hospice Peterborough, Ontario, volunteers have been singing at bedsides in the palliative care unit at Peterborough Regional […]