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February 8, 2024

Stories featuring Kultura Collective members and member organizations.

Canada sees rise in antisemitic incidents since start of Israel-Hamas conflict
Global News | January 24, 2024

CBC News Network’s Marianne Dimain speaks with Toronto Holocaust Museum executive director Dara Solomon
CBC News | January 25, 2024

What an AI image of a Holocaust survivor can teach us about remembrance
Toronto Star | February 25, 2024

Eric Stein joins The Oasis to discuss the Ger Mandolin Orchestra coming to Toronto
Classical FM | March 8, 2024

ARTS & KVETCH: Spring Musings, Memories, and Mishloach Manot
Niv Magazine | Laura Bulger | March 10, 2024

Spring into visual arts at five galleries around the GTA
Globe and Mail | March 22, 2024

MAID takes centre stage in a new comedy about the difficulty of preparing to die
Culturally Jewish | CJN Podcast Netwrok | March 27, 2024

Ger Mandolin joins Mark Wigmore for a conversation and special concert preview at ZoomerHall
Classical FM | March 28, 2024

A new era – Toronto Holocaust Museum
Museum Association | April 24, 2024

Dara Solomon: Holocaust education is one answer to today’s plague of antisemitism
National Post | May 5, 2024

Free art exhibition exploring how plant names stem from racial bias now open in Toronto
NOW Toronto | June 2, 2024 | Rachel Goodman

Some plant names can be offensive! We delve into the racist roots of taxonomy at a new art show in Toronto
Fresh Air | June 1, 2024

I Will Relate to You: Old journals reveal early years of Jewish community in Northern Ontario.
Fresh Air with Ismaila Alfa | June 23, 2024

The plants in this new Toronto garden share one thing in common: A problematic past
Toronto Star | June 23, 2024

BOTANNICA TIRANNICA: HONOURING NATURE’S CULTURALLY INDIGENOUS ROOTS
City Life | July 4, 2024

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