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DiverCITY #3: Alex Felipe's Philippine Vignettes

DiverCITY is back. It's been a number of months since I put one of these podcasts together, but here we go! This time on DiverCITY, I visit Filipino-Canadian photographer Alex Felipe's photo exhibit at Tinto Coffee House. He also tells me about his visit back to the Philippines and his discovery of Canada's mining sites which have caused loss of livelihood and heavy metal poisoning in the country's villages.


* Alex Felipe
* Mine! Mine! Mine! Next week's exhibit focused on foreign-owned mining and human rights in the Philippines
* The Kapisanan Philippine Centre in Kensington market.


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