Ingrid Waldron (@ingrid_waldron )

Ingrid Waldron

Bio Dalhousie professor; Co-producer Theres Something in the Water (Netflix); sociology of health & mental health in racialized communities; environmental racism
Location Halifax, Nova Scotia
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Account created 24-02-2012 22:19:01
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Twitter Web App : No VOTER SUPPRESSION can stop me from voting. This election is too important to stay home. #COVID-19, #Obamacare, #environmentaljustice, #racialjustice, #ClimateJustice, #economicjustice, #criminaljustice, #GeorgeFloyd, #BlackLivesMatter are all on the ballot. So VOTE. VOTE!

Twitter Web App : A 25-year boil water advisory in the Neskantanga First Nation? What an egregious case of #EnviromentalRacism. "New water crisis hits First Nation already facing country’s longest boil-water advisory" The Globe and Mail…

Twitter Web App : Sadie Beaton: Staying with the trouble – Some thoughts on white supremacy, entanglement and the Mi’kmaq right to fish… #nspoli #WhiteSupremacy #treatyrights

Android : It's been 10 years since Sydney Breneol was diagnosed with Burkitt’s Lymphoma. Now, Sydney is a Dal Nursing PhD candidate, focused on the services needed to help patients and their families successfully transition from the hospital to their home. #DalProud…

Twitter Web App : Tomorrow, we discuss environmental racism with Dr. Ingrid Waldron of Dalhousie University and Environmental Noxiousness and Racial Inequities - ENRICH Project at our Symposium.

Register now to attend:

Twitter Web App : Tomorrow! Join us for a screening of Theres Something In The Water followed by a panel discussion with film producer, Dr. Ingrid Waldron, Dr. David Suzuki and frontline activists. RSVP here ➡️

Twitter Web App : Please join me, Dr. David Suzuki, and the women in the film for a screening of "There's Something in The Water", followed by a moderated discussion. Wed. Oct. 21/7 PM AST/Zoom online platform.…

Twitter Web App : The Mi'kmaq have conservation methods and are in need of fishing to support their communities that are being depleted by the government's lack of action to support these communities. Ellen Page…

Twitter Web App : As women of Colour, we could only dream about our vision to be leaders. Every year at our Womens Leadership Roundtable and at many other gatherings, we would speak of our hopes and dreams to have a seat at the decision-making table. Iona Stoddard @ElectIona12 you did it!

Android : In our latest episode, we talked with Professor Ingrid Waldron about environmental racism with specific examples from Nova Scotia here in Canada.

This video from the World Economic Forum highlights just how global this problem is 👇🏾…

Twitter Web App : Rural Water Watch invites you to Healthy Wells Day this Sunday, Oct. 18. The day will begin with community water sampling events in Greenville, Carrolls Corner & Weymouth Falls, continue with informational posts and conclude with a Facebook Live Event:

Twitter Web App : .Dalhousie Universitys Ingrid Waldron talks about some of Canadas Covid data collection challenges. In Canada, there is not a push to collect this information. We often have to rely on data from the U.S. - while there are similarities, we have our distinct issues. #BloombergEquality

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