Judith Lussier joins the team of contributors to the program “Le monde à l'envers”, hosted by Stéphan Bureau.
As of Friday, the columnist of the newspaper “Métro” will be on the set to debate with Biz, Sophie Durocher and Guy Nantel. It is Pierre Brassard who will be the special guest of the week.
The team of the “Upside Down World” relayed a word presenting Judith Lussier on its social networks, Thursday, in which she is described as a “feminist journalist or feminist journalist”. She is said to “simply explain complex issues” and “makes hard-hitting arguments without sacrificing nuance.” It is added that it “takes a resolutely progressive look at the problems of our time” and that it “proposes to rethink the balance of power, to change what does not work, even if it means creating discomfort among the privileged”. /p>
She will be there on a few occasions between now and the holidays, Agence QMI was told.
Judith Lussier, who has also collaborated with Urbania and Canoe.ca , is the author of the essays “Cancelled, reflections on the “cancel culture”” and “We can say nothing more: activism in the era of social networks”. She also contributes to “STAT”, the daily newspaper of ICI Télé which is written by her spouse Marie-Andrée Labbé.
“Le monde à l'envers” is presented live every Friday at 8 p.m. , at TVA, TVA+ and simultaneously on QUB radio.
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