Speak Up! playlist for 04/05/2018
|The Submissives||Don't Worry||Pining for a Boy||Egg Paper||https://eggpaper.bandcamp.com/album/pining-for-a-boy|
|Amen Dunes||Miki Doro||Freedom||Sacred Bones||https://amendunes.bandcamp.com/|
|Tough Customer||Secretly the Mayor||Rockgasm||Agony Klub||https://actualtoughcustomer.bandcamp.com/album/rockgasm|
|Holy Hum||White Buzz||All of my Bodies||Heavy Lark||http://www.holyhum.com/|
In this episode of Speak Up, Chris Yee goes to the Urban Worker Project's Skillshare at SFU Public Square's Brave New Work community summit and talks to Andrew Cash (Urban Worker Project) and Ashley Proctor (312 Main et al.) about the event and their perspectives on independent work, one of the fastest-growing segments of the workforce in Canada. (Starts at ~25 Minutes)
The Urban Worker Project Skillshare took place at SFU Harbour Centre and the Morris J. Wosk Centre for Dialogue on Mar. 1, 2018, as part of the Brave New Work summit, which took place from Feb. 26 to Mar. 7, 2018. To learn more about the Skillshare, visit urbanworkerskillshare.com.
Plus, another episode of AMARC's Rural women: Radio stories, featuring the story of Canada's Nicole Edwards (Starts at ~6 Minutes)