Gail Asper Interviewed On CBC’s Q On Canada's New Human Rights Museum - September 18, 2014

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Gail Asper interviewed on QThis weekend marks the opening of the Canadian Museum for Human Rights, Canada's first national museum outside the capital region of Ottawa. The museum was envisioned more than a decade ago by late philanthropist and media magnate Israel Asper. Although he didn't live to see his dream realized, his daughter Gail Asper was instrumental in creation. She joined Jian on September 18, 2014, to reflect on the challenging journey to opening day, her team's contentious curatorial decisions, and how she responds to critics who see the museum's very location as a cultural affront.

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