This week, we speak with Dr. Ingrid Waldron, a sociologist and assistant professor at Dalhousie University, about environmental racism and its effects in Nova Scotia.
Plus, Jimmy Melvin, Jr. is arrested in connection to the 2009 murder of drug rival Terry Marriott, Jr. Also, the provincial Liberal government mulls privatizing Service Nova Scotia as part of ongoing austerity measures. How would this impact the public’s access to information?
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More information about the event Connecting the Dots: Confronting Environmental Racism in Nova Scotia on Tuesday July 28 can be found here.