I want to talk with inhabitants of the world, about what they care about. Play some music, talk about events & Horses of course!
About me: I love horses, people & the world.
Peace out. Love thyself as you do thy neighbour, fellow humans & family. Wanna give PEACE a chance once & for all. Ya man.
In the first hour Jenniefer Stronge speaks with various residents at a Waterloo Region encampment for unsheltered residents. Follow the Unsheltered Campaign at the Civic Hub WR.
In the second hour Jenniefer has a phone call with Karen Nelson to talk about animal abuse at slaughterhouses and during the transportation of animals, and talk about the death of Regan Russell, who was killed by a truck driver at an animal vigil.
Craig Downer has spent his life working and advocating for wildlife. He travels the world to be an effective voice for the voiceless. He is an conservationist & environmentalist. And well known amongst horse warriors internationally. He has recently been to Australia, and saw the Brumbies (wild horses). His website is thewildhorseconspiracy.org
For those who know of Wild Horse Annie, Craig knew her, and describes her as “an amazing woman with a lot of grit and compassion for horses.” As we ran out of time on this episode of BSHR, Craig promised to come back soon!
Conversation with Martin Asling, Waterloo Region Yes in My Backyard, as well as Lesley Crompton, Social Development Centre Waterloo Region/Civic Hub. Joining conversation also, is Unsheltered resident, Terry Kaan, T.K.
Grassroot movement, anti poverty work & building better futures for KW residents, & people experiencing homelessness.
Advocacy oriented for horses and people. Blue Sky Horse Radio started out for horses, and quickly grew from there to include non equine themes. Have recently added the Facebook Live as well. Otherwise you can find Radio Waterloo online at https://radiowaterloo.ca/ including CKMS-FM 102.7 in Kitchener & Waterloo, Ontario, Canada. Support music as well. Love to all.
Blue Sky Horse Radio airs on Saturdays from 1:00pm to 2:00pm on CKMS-FM 102.7 Radio Waterloo.