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Catalyst For Change
Kym Hines

Listen to Kym's podcast by clicking on any of these platforms

Kym Hines is an outspoken civil rights advocate for the homeless who has taken part in and organized many peer led political campaigns throughout his lifetime. His story speaks to the systemic failures, a "Sick society", that oppress people from marginalized communities and leave them struggling to survive.

Participant Reflections

Catalyst For Change
Kym Hines

Each workshop produces a creative participant reflection – a personal take away from the story they just heard – that is voluntarily shared with the wider community.
We believe that personal narratives have the power to connect individuals across socioeconomic boundaries, and that the rich creative ability of our community is the most effective tool we can wield against the stigma that prevents necessary social change.

Featured Artist

Catalyst For Change
Kym Hines

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Kym – Sarah Osborne

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“Asking myself everyday, what it means to be alive, survive.”

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Featured Student

Catalyst For Change
Kym Hines

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Meera Matthews

4th year, Sociology, University of Victoria

Listen to Meera's response on youtube:

Community Ally

Catalyst For Change
Kym Hines

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Angel Manguerra

Journalist, The Martlet

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