25 for 25: episode 2002

Stephanie Domet on censorship scandals at the Daily News, Mary Vingoe on the day the Arts Council was killed and Delvina Bernard on Black musicians fighting for recognition in Nova Scotia.


Stephanie Domet is in studio reflecting on censorship scandals at the Halifax Daily News and ethics in journalism.

Mary Vingoe also joins us to talk about the day future-premier and fiddle fanatic Rodney MacDonald killed the province's Arts Council.

Then, African Nova Scotian Music Association co-founder Delvina Bernard stops by to tell us how Black musicians fought for recognition in Nova Scotia.

Plus, G7 protests, art pranksterism, listener feedback and a violent cat named Cocoa Puff!

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