Dr. Sarah Clift and Geri Musqua-Leblanc from Humanities for Young People recently spoke with CBC radio’s Mainstreet about the Challenges of Reconciliation.
Humanities for Young People (HYP), a live-in summer program in at King’s, is calling on bright and highly motivated students ages 14-16 to apply by June 1. The theme for HYP’s 2nd annual session is timely: The Challenges of Reconciliation. Canada’s 150th birthday offers the unique opportunity to question Canada’s founding myths and develop a more nuanced understanding of what it means to be Canadian.
HYP co-founder Dr. Sarah Clift, and Geri Musqua-Leblanc, coordinator of the Dalhousie Elders in Residence program, spoke with CBC’s Mainstreet about the goals of the program.
Humanities for Young People will take place at King’s from July 7-16. Find out more, and apply at hyp.ukings.ca