The Agenda in the Summer, hosted by Nam Kiwanuka, kicks off this week! During July and August, the show will feature in-depth interviews with authors, educators, scientists, academics, and people working to make a difference. We’ll also be turning our minds to the fall federal election, with informative programs on issues that are important to Ontarians.
Tonight, David Moscrop, columnist, political commentator, and University of Ottawa postdoctoral fellow, discusses about his book, Too Dumb for Democracy: Why We Make Bad Political Decisions and How We Can Make Better Ones. On Friday, two-time Giller Prize-winner Esi Edugyan explains why it’s important to write Black histories.