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Explorations on intersecting identities and creativity in Never Apart’s August 2020 magazine.

Not Your Encyclopedia

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“I am Black, gay, woman.” Iman M’Fah-Traoré discusses how she navigates converging identities.
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Wiggle 25 Anniversary Book

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A fabulous book documenting 25 years of Wiggle, Canada’s wearable art, performance and drag festival.
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Acupuncturist & DJ Bam Truong On How Music and Medicine Connect

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We caught up with Bam to find out more about her new endeavour, Bam Truong Accupuncture.
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Artist Visits Toronto: Martha and The Muffins

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We chat with Martha Johnson & Mark Gane from the legendary Canadian pop/new wave band.
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More Than A Party

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DJ and producer Eris Drew makes deep personal connections between the Rave parties she loves and spiritual practices.
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15 Questions with Candis Cayne: Lina Bradford

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Candis Cayne starts a monthly column for Never Apart featuring influential Trans women she admires.
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Spring 2020 Artist Interview: Emma Dora Silverstone-Segal

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We chat with curator Emma Dora Silverstone-Segal about her exhibition celebrating 60+ years of Le Château.
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A Sense of Discord

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“Don’t try to undermine my argument by asking for evidence. I am proof.”
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Radio Never Apart Episode 10: Chi Chi Valenti

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Episode 10 of Radio Never Apart features Chi Chi Valenti, a true legend in New York nightlife.
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In Spirit: Self-portrait Through India

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Photography can be presented as a mise en abyme of the inner quest and the process of introspection.
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At a Crossroads of Identities

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“Let’s remember that our pride encompasses our belonging to several identity communities at once.”
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DJ Empress Cissy Low Shares a Mix in Support of Dollarama Workers

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Montreal’s Dollarama warehouse workers are currently fighting for safe and fair working conditions.
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Talk: Revisiting Collective Culture x CIINEMA

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CC hosted a talk & screening discussing visual narratives centred in Blackness, sisterhood & liberation.
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