Nuxalk Radio: One Nation, Many Voices

Date: March 1 to April 3, 2018
Location: UBC Irving K. Barber Learning Centre, Level 2 Foyer (1961 East Mall) (map)
Hours: same as the IKBLC building hours (see hours)


Indigenous community radio is a powerful tool. In this exhibition, UBC museum anthropology students worked with Nuxalk Radio in their mission to “Broadcasting the Laws of the Lands and Waters.”

Nuxalk Radio expresses the many voices of the Nuxalk Nation. Through the airwaves and online, the Radio connects the Nuxalk people to each other and to other Indigenous communities.  It inspires Nuxalk language learning and promotes the return to ancestral governance. It fosters community well-being now and in the future for those not yet born and asserts Indigenous rights.



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