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Jumbalaya

Sunday 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm
Monday 00:00 am to 2:00 am
Monday 3:00 pm to 4:00 pm
Tuesday 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm
Wednesday 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm
Wednesday 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm
Wednesday 3:00 pm to 4:00 pm
Thursday 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm
Thursday 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm
Thursday 8:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Friday 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm
Friday 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm
Saturday 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm

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IWD 2017: Feminism, Pornography and the Fire-Bombing of Red-Hot Video

[2017-03-08]
SFU Library Special Collections
Special Programming for International Women's Day 2017

On the night of 22 November 1982, a clandestine group called the Wimmin’s Fire Brigade set fires at three controversial pornography outlets across the lower mainland. This talk explores the origins of these militant actions and argues that they emerged from two entangled histories: the development of a rigorous feminist movement centered in Vancouver, and the dramatic expansion of new forms of pornography. Together, the conflicting relationships that tie together feminism, pornography, and Red Hot Video have the power to place radicalism, resistance, and social violence at the heart of Canadian history.

IWD 2017: Feminism, Pornography and the Fire-Bombing of Red-Hot Video

[2017-03-08]
SFU Library Special Collections
Special Programming for International Women's Day 2017

On the night of 22 November 1982, a clandestine group called the Wimmin’s Fire Brigade set fires at three controversial pornography outlets across the lower mainland. This talk explores the origins of these militant actions and argues that they emerged from two entangled histories: the development of a rigorous feminist movement centered in Vancouver, and the dramatic expansion of new forms of pornography. Together, the conflicting relationships that tie together feminism, pornography, and Red Hot Video have the power to place radicalism, resistance, and social violence at the heart of Canadian history.

IWD 2017: Feminism, Pornography and the Fire-Bombing of Red-Hot Video

[2017-03-08]
SFU Library Special Collections
Special Programming for International Women's Day 2017

On the night of 22 November 1982, a clandestine group called the Wimmin’s Fire Brigade set fires at three controversial pornography outlets across the lower mainland. This talk explores the origins of these militant actions and argues that they emerged from two entangled histories: the development of a rigorous feminist movement centered in Vancouver, and the dramatic expansion of new forms of pornography. Together, the conflicting relationships that tie together feminism, pornography, and Red Hot Video have the power to place radicalism, resistance, and social violence at the heart of Canadian history.

IWD 2017: Feminism, Pornography and the Fire-Bombing of Red-Hot Video

[2017-03-08]
SFU Library Special Collections
Special Programming for International Women's Day 2017

On the night of 22 November 1982, a clandestine group called the Wimmin’s Fire Brigade set fires at three controversial pornography outlets across the lower mainland. This talk explores the origins of these militant actions and argues that they emerged from two entangled histories: the development of a rigorous feminist movement centered in Vancouver, and the dramatic expansion of new forms of pornography. Together, the conflicting relationships that tie together feminism, pornography, and Red Hot Video have the power to place radicalism, resistance, and social violence at the heart of Canadian history.

IWD 2017: Feminism, Pornography and the Fire-Bombing of Red-Hot Video

[2017-03-08]
SFU Library Special Collections
Special Programming for International Women's Day 2017

On the night of 22 November 1982, a clandestine group called the Wimmin’s Fire Brigade set fires at three controversial pornography outlets across the lower mainland. This talk explores the origins of these militant actions and argues that they emerged from two entangled histories: the development of a rigorous feminist movement centered in Vancouver, and the dramatic expansion of new forms of pornography. Together, the conflicting relationships that tie together feminism, pornography, and Red Hot Video have the power to place radicalism, resistance, and social violence at the heart of Canadian history.

IWD 2017: Feminism, Pornography and the Fire-Bombing of Red-Hot Video

[2017-03-08]
SFU Library Special Collections
Special Programming for International Women's Day 2017

On the night of 22 November 1982, a clandestine group called the Wimmin’s Fire Brigade set fires at three controversial pornography outlets across the lower mainland. This talk explores the origins of these militant actions and argues that they emerged from two entangled histories: the development of a rigorous feminist movement centered in Vancouver, and the dramatic expansion of new forms of pornography. Together, the conflicting relationships that tie together feminism, pornography, and Red Hot Video have the power to place radicalism, resistance, and social violence at the heart of Canadian history.

IWD 2017: Feminism, Pornography and the Fire-Bombing of Red-Hot Video

[2017-03-08]
SFU Library Special Collections
Special Programming for International Women's Day 2017

On the night of 22 November 1982, a clandestine group called the Wimmin’s Fire Brigade set fires at three controversial pornography outlets across the lower mainland. This talk explores the origins of these militant actions and argues that they emerged from two entangled histories: the development of a rigorous feminist movement centered in Vancouver, and the dramatic expansion of new forms of pornography. Together, the conflicting relationships that tie together feminism, pornography, and Red Hot Video have the power to place radicalism, resistance, and social violence at the heart of Canadian history.

IWD 2017: Feminism, Pornography and the Fire-Bombing of Red-Hot Video

[2017-03-08]
SFU Library Special Collections
Special Programming for International Women's Day 2017

On the night of 22 November 1982, a clandestine group called the Wimmin’s Fire Brigade set fires at three controversial pornography outlets across the lower mainland. This talk explores the origins of these militant actions and argues that they emerged from two entangled histories: the development of a rigorous feminist movement centered in Vancouver, and the dramatic expansion of new forms of pornography. Together, the conflicting relationships that tie together feminism, pornography, and Red Hot Video have the power to place radicalism, resistance, and social violence at the heart of Canadian history.

IWD 2017: Feminism, Pornography and the Fire-Bombing of Red-Hot Video

[2017-03-08]
SFU Library Special Collections
Special Programming for International Women's Day 2017

On the night of 22 November 1982, a clandestine group called the Wimmin’s Fire Brigade set fires at three controversial pornography outlets across the lower mainland. This talk explores the origins of these militant actions and argues that they emerged from two entangled histories: the development of a rigorous feminist movement centered in Vancouver, and the dramatic expansion of new forms of pornography. Together, the conflicting relationships that tie together feminism, pornography, and Red Hot Video have the power to place radicalism, resistance, and social violence at the heart of Canadian history.

IWD 2017: Feminism, Pornography and the Fire-Bombing of Red-Hot Video

[2017-03-08]
SFU Library Special Collections
Special Programming for International Women's Day 2017

On the night of 22 November 1982, a clandestine group called the Wimmin’s Fire Brigade set fires at three controversial pornography outlets across the lower mainland. This talk explores the origins of these militant actions and argues that they emerged from two entangled histories: the development of a rigorous feminist movement centered in Vancouver, and the dramatic expansion of new forms of pornography. Together, the conflicting relationships that tie together feminism, pornography, and Red Hot Video have the power to place radicalism, resistance, and social violence at the heart of Canadian history.

IWD 2017: Feminism, Pornography and the Fire-Bombing of Red-Hot Video

[2017-03-08]
SFU Library Special Collections
Special Programming for International Women's Day 2017

On the night of 22 November 1982, a clandestine group called the Wimmin’s Fire Brigade set fires at three controversial pornography outlets across the lower mainland. This talk explores the origins of these militant actions and argues that they emerged from two entangled histories: the development of a rigorous feminist movement centered in Vancouver, and the dramatic expansion of new forms of pornography. Together, the conflicting relationships that tie together feminism, pornography, and Red Hot Video have the power to place radicalism, resistance, and social violence at the heart of Canadian history.

IWD 2017: Feminism, Pornography and the Fire-Bombing of Red-Hot Video

[2017-03-08]
SFU Library Special Collections
Special Programming for International Women's Day 2017

On the night of 22 November 1982, a clandestine group called the Wimmin’s Fire Brigade set fires at three controversial pornography outlets across the lower mainland. This talk explores the origins of these militant actions and argues that they emerged from two entangled histories: the development of a rigorous feminist movement centered in Vancouver, and the dramatic expansion of new forms of pornography. Together, the conflicting relationships that tie together feminism, pornography, and Red Hot Video have the power to place radicalism, resistance, and social violence at the heart of Canadian history.

IWD 2017: Feminism, Pornography and the Fire-Bombing of Red-Hot Video

[2017-03-08]
SFU Library Special Collections
Special Programming for International Women's Day 2017

On the night of 22 November 1982, a clandestine group called the Wimmin’s Fire Brigade set fires at three controversial pornography outlets across the lower mainland. This talk explores the origins of these militant actions and argues that they emerged from two entangled histories: the development of a rigorous feminist movement centered in Vancouver, and the dramatic expansion of new forms of pornography. Together, the conflicting relationships that tie together feminism, pornography, and Red Hot Video have the power to place radicalism, resistance, and social violence at the heart of Canadian history.