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TURN AROUND LISTENING TO DIFFERENT VOICES, DIFFERENT LANGUAGES, SEE DIFFERENT FACES, THIS IS MY COMMUNITY. THIS IS DIVERSITY.

Welcome, Bienvenue, Kaze, Karibu, Namaste, Ola, Ni Hao, Marhaba, Hallo, Hullo, Jambo... Interviews recorded by Janvier Nahimana

Mutcho Radio commitments are connecting community members from different works of lives and voices.

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  The Canadian Society of Allergy and Clinical Immunology summit

 

Airports Council International Summit Halifax 2018

Sylvia Parris co DBDLI and John Wedderburn about Delmore "Buddy" Daye Learning Institute.

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La fédération Acadienne Fête 50 ans en 2018.

 La Ministre Lena Metlege Diab et les Francophones de l'Acadie, du Quebec avec Honourable Tony Ince.

La Fédération Culturelle Acadienne de la Nouvelle Ecosse. Daniel Thériault.

 

Acadiens, un des Peuples fondateurs du Canada: Cliquer sur lmage

Pier21

Chief Curator Conlin Dan for refuge expo Canada at Pier21.

Lynn Buckley about Rendez-vous Canada

 

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Tina Murphy TD Manager Charitable Donations Atlantic Region

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Elsy: Lebanese Young talented singer in Halifax.2

Be a bush if you can’t be a tree. If you can’t be a highway, just be a trail. If you can’t be a sun, be a star. For it isn’t by size that you win or fail. Be the best of whatever you are.
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

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Community Voices

Community Voices

  • Jeniffer Bakodi about community Radio in Africa Community Voice.
  • Human right for youth. Halifax Library event. Youth
  • Donna Sutton Bayers westwood. Canada 150 event. Community
  • Patricia Arab:MLA for Fairview-Clayton Park Community
  • Ngozi Otti: ACICC Center Coordinator
  • Mina Jafari Roe, sewing class teacher. Community
  • David Roe, composer and music teacher.
  • Paul: Aquaponic Specialist and project developer. Community Voice.
  • Mohey Eldin Ahmed Volunteer from Egypt: We celebrate Diversity. Community
  • Immigration Minister Lena Diab/ Spryfied event Community
  • Krista Parsons; Sackville Canada 150 Cultural event.
  • Heather Doepner: Children's Services Librarian.
  • Ryan Veltmeyer: Youth art Connexion Arts.
  • Amanda; Nova Scotian Voice.
  • Bernadette Hamilton; brings Africa to Halifax
  • Nova Scotians; We love Canada.
  • Pastor Bill Radford, A small, friendly church for a big city Presbyterian
  • Rwandan Community Halifax.
  • Canadian Army open doors
  • Scott Davies, General Manager at Delta Hotels Dartmouth

Nova Scotians

Nova Scotians

  • Bernadette H. Brings Africa to Canada.
  • Nova Scotians; We love Canada.
  • Amanda; Nova Scotian Voice. Community
  • Kirsten Olivia: One of the best voice in Halifax Arts.
  • Lynn Jones African-Canadian and Diaspora Heritage Collection
  • Elvera Ross. Ebony hair salon manager

Acadians

Acadians

  • Bonne fête aux Acadiens.
  • Grand Pré: le musée des Acadiens Le tourisme
  • Mi'Kmaw et Acadians celebration.
  • Jacqueline LeVert, Directrice Ecole Beaubassin Bedford.

Artists

Artists

  • Elsy: Lebanese Young talented singer in Halifax. Music
  • Modele, Nigerian talent in Halifax. Music
  • Kirsten Olivia: One of the best voice in Halifax Arts
  • Eddy Jones; Gospel and Makossa. Music
  • Bryan; one of the best Guitarist in Halifax. Music
  • Mohammad&Nikoo; Tar (Iranian traditional guitar). Music
  • Dave Ewenson; music ethnology. Music
  • Charles Austin: Echo chamber Studio Music
  • Jamaican artist in Halifax: Benga friend band Music
  • Chiedza Sadomba; Poet and Spoken word talent.
  • Hilya: African Music inspiration
  • Dale McKinley. South Africa and ANC after Mandela.

Youth

Youth

  • Youth exchange Toronto/Halifax.
  • Programme d'échange jeunes/ Halifax-Toronto
  • Marat Nahimana. De Bruxelles à Halifax, que des souvenirs
  • Saint Mary's African Society
  • De l'Île Maurice à Halifax, de L'Île à la Penensule.
  • Students who share a love of dance.
  • Rwandan Community Halifax.
  • From Uganda to Halifax.
  • Karli, Volunteering in Rwanda

Seniors

Seniors

  • Mohey Eldin Ahmed Volunteer from Egypt: We celebrate Diversity.
  • David Roe, composer and music teacher.
  • Mina Jafari Roe, sewing class teacher.

Mi'Kmaw

Mi'Kmaw

  • Book Launch of Daniel Paul: Mi'kmaw Elder
  • Richard Simon Taylor; Mi'kmaw Culture.
  • Mi'kmaw and Acadians celebration

Celebrations

Celebrations

  • Canada 150 celebration
  • Marie France at Spryfield Community event.(fr)
  • Mi’kmaw and Acadian Friendship event.
  • Sackville 150 event.
  • Coming together to celebrate Diversity.

Francophones

Francophones

  • Bonne fête aux Acadiens. La communauté
  • Grand Pré: le musée des Acadienne.
  • Jessy Mbuya, Monitrice de langue venue de Montréal.
  • Janvier Nahimana: Maître tambourinaire du Burundi.
  • Ada & Wens de Mexico à Halifax; ils dansent la Salsa.
  • Marie France at Spryfield Community event.
  • Marat Nahimana. De Bruxelles à Halifax, que des souvenirs
  • Butoyi Arhémon; Tambours du Burundi.
  • De l'Île Maurice à Halifax, de L'Île à la Péninsule

Thanks be to God

Thanks be to God

  • Eddy Jones; Gospel and Makossa.
  • Pastor Bill Radford, A small, friendly church for a big city

Proclamation of UN International Decade for People of African Descent

“Today is an important day for Canada. Our commitment to the International Decade will help us better address the very real and unique challenges that Black Canadians face, and bring us closer to a more just and inclusive country.”
—The Rt. Hon. Justin Trudeau, Prime Minister of Canada

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Hon. Justin Trudeau, Prime Minister of Canada

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 Nova Scotia officially recognized the International Decade for People of African Descent

People of African Descent

Nova Scotia Premier Stephen McNeil

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Burundi drummers, legacy for new generation. Halifax based group.

Burundi drums is a ritual dance of the royal drum, it’s a spectacle combining powerful, synchronized drumming with dancing, heroic poetry and traditional songs.

Burundi Drums have been recognizing by UNESCO as Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.
Arranged in a semicircle around a central drum. Several are beaten in a continuous rhythm, while the others keep to the beat set by the central drum. Two or three drummers then perform dances to the rhythm. Burundi Drums have a heart beat rhythm and sound by vibration. They are made in a special wood and covered by a cow skin specially treated to resist to the wood steak hits. When you hear Burundi Drums, you get vibration in your body that make you fill happy.
Contact: Janvier Nahimana/mutchoradio@gmail.com

Mutcho Cultural Group in Partnership with Africa Diaspora of the Maritimes work to maintain African culture diversity heritage, the project has been funded by Community Culture and Heritage to bring Burundi drums to Halifax. Since one year, Burundi Drummers performed to different events, Galas, Community events, wedding, Bluenose Marathon, Fashion show, wellness events to heal the spirit.

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