My Full Interview with Alex Schadenberg

This assignment was given to us in our communications class at Okanagan College. The assignment has as its main objective a reflection of the writing process and its significance to our future professional life. To facilitate this reflection we were asked to interview someone who holds the kind of job we might like to have. This interview turned into one of the most important interviews that I will keep close to my heart. Throughout the interview I was given an eagle eye view into the depths of how MAID (Medical Assistance in Dying and Euthanasia) impacts all of us.

Coming soon……….

Published by Okanagan Valley View - Views on the Go

I am currently a second-year student in Communications, Culture, and Journalism at OUC who hopes to attend UVIC to further my education. I have shifted my educational focus to be a part of the community's communication solution and advocacy work. I am originally from Ontario and love the Fall season there, and I also love the fall season here in BC. I have always loved writing and current events. My five-year plan is to write and advocate in the community by strategically planning and developing ways to minimize the information overload and investigate false ideas of support. I am also a Mother, OFS, daughter, Auntie, sister, and friend. I am a writer and an Independent Contractor.

2 thoughts on “My Full Interview with Alex Schadenberg

  1. Great article n hope you continue to do more stories like this an adult survivor of mcfd I’m apart of a lawsuit that’s fighting for justice for us today. The system is broken n happy to read n see another story published


    1. Hi Kathleen, I would like to interview more families yes…. I can keep adding to the community. I am so very sorry you are going through such a difficult time. The only way to fix this broken system to is educate ourselves with watching Mr. Schadenberg’s blog and familiarize ourselves with the Euthansia Prevention Coalition website and see how MAID (medical assistance in dying) affects families far and wide all over the world. As far as the article I wrote for the Boisvert family, yes I would like very much to interview more families. The only way a broken system can be changed is to change the law in Canada with regards to MCFD to safeguard families and children who are loved but at risk from the very broken system that puts loving and caring families at risk. It takes a community to change laws and I believe it is possible.

      Liked by 1 person

Leave a Reply

Please log in using one of these methods to post your comment: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

%d bloggers like this: