IntraVenus Future Playlists:

IntraVenus playlist for 07/18/2018
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natalia doco respira el buen gualicho
tokimonsta don't call me don't call me
sevdaliza sirens of the caspian suspended kid ep
solange don't touch my hair a seat at the table
tokimonsta darkest (dim) creature dreams
tokimonsta the world is ours creature dreams
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This episode hosted by the SFSS Women's Centre Coordinator, Paola Quiros, with guests Nicole and Sonja from SFU Health & Counselling.   

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  • Posted on: 18 July 2018
  • By: cjsfprog
IntraVenus playlist for 07/11/2018
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Hosted by SFSS Out on Campus with conversation focused on LGBTQ* baiting and coding in popular culture - movies, books, television.  

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  • Posted on: 18 July 2018
  • By: cjsfprog
IntraVenus playlist for 07/04/2018
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Belinda Corpuz Return All I Am
Christin Lien Family Reunion Elpis
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Leslie sits down with activist, Patty Krawec, to discuss the inaccessibility of menstrual products in Nunavut.Nearing the end of the discussion, Patty gives several suggestions as to what can be done to help those in the north. Here are some ways in which you can make a difference: 1. educate yourself (!!); 2. contact the women’s shelter in Iqaluit to see what supplies they could need; 3. get involved with charities such as Feeding Nunavut and Helping Our Northern Neighbours; 4. write to your MPMinister of Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs, and Minister of Indigenous Services.You can catch more of Patty on her Twitter and on her podcast Medicine for the Resistance!(Image courtesy of Patty Krawec)

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  • Posted on: 5 July 2018
  • By: summerassist
IntraVenus playlist for 06/27/2018
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Cabrakaän la leyanda de los volcanes songs from anahuac
Tshegue when you walk Survivor (EP)
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Unhosted episode features Best of the West podcast with Justine Munich interview and Rural Women Radio Stories installment from Italy. 

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  • Posted on: 27 June 2018
  • By: cjsfprog
IntraVenus playlist for 06/20/2018
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JB First Lady Still Here Meant To Be
Enter-Tribal Sisterz Indigenized: Hitting the Trail
Buffy Saint Marie You've Got to Run Medicine Songs
Grassy Narrows First Nation Home To Me N'We Jinan Artists Tour
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Hosted by Paola Quiros, SFSS Women's Centre Coordinator.  Her guests are Ashley Bentley and Melanie Crudgington from the SVSPO on campus.  

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  • Posted on: 20 June 2018
  • By: cjsfprog
IntraVenus playlist for 06/13/2018
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estelle stronger than you steven universe vol 1
will jay never been in love s/t
labi siffre thank your lucky star the singer & the song
hurray for the riff raff the body electric small town heroes
lea delaria life on mars? house of david
lp lost on you s/t
lucky millinder & his orchestra, featuring sister rosetta sharpe shout, sister, shout! shout, sister, shout!
MIKA origin of love origin of love
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Anna Lozitskaia hosts for Out on Campus' monthly episode.  

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  • Posted on: 15 June 2018
  • By: cjsfprog
IntraVenus playlist for 06/06/2018
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Leslie sits in the host chair for this episode.  Off the top, she and Robin discuss some of the feminist book titles recommended by Bitch Magazine for your summer reading list.  Then Leslie interviews, SFU Sociology & Anthropology professor, Ann Travers, the author of Trans Generation: How Trans Kids (and Their Parents) Are Creating a Gender Revolution, which happens to be one of the recommended readings.

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  • Posted on: 6 June 2018
  • By: cjsfprog
IntraVenus playlist for 05/30/2018
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This week features Episode 1of Best of the WWest, a podcast hosted by Westcoast Women in Engineering, Science and Technology! We believe that providing role models for women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) can change the world, so come along with us as we talk to incredible women in STEM about their lives, careers, and everything in between.   

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 30 May 2018
  • By: cjsfprog
IntraVenus playlist for 05/23/2018
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tasha & the bangas rollercoaster think tank
mona haydar hijabi hijabi
raghad haddad unknown youtube
tanya tagaq caribou animism
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Co-hosted by Robin and Leslie.  We interview Nihal Elwan, an organizer with Tayybeh, a social enterprise food company that supports Syrian women newcomer chefs by offering them a source of income and connecting them with communitythrough the preparation of delicious home-style Sryian culinary specialities.  

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 23 May 2018
  • By: cjsfprog
IntraVenus playlist for 05/16/2018
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janelle monae make me feel dirty computer
mree in the kitchen in the kitchen
kimmortal i'm blue single
yuna places to go chapters
lida pimiento humano wepa!
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SFSS Women's Centre Edition 

Hosted by the SFSS Women's Centre Coordinator, Paola Quiros and collective member Taylor So.  

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  • Posted on: 23 May 2018
  • By: cjsfprog
IntraVenus playlist for 05/09/2018
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janelle monae pink dirty computer
troy sivan fools blue neighbourhood
anne-marie perfect speak your mind
tegan & sarah closer heart throb
sam smith leave your lover in the lonely hour
king princess talia single
halsey gasoline badlands
scissor sisters take your mama s/t
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First episode of Out On Campus' monthly contribution to IntraVenus.  Hosted by OOC Coordinator, Dani McNeil-Willmott.

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 9 May 2018
  • By: cjsfprog
IntraVenus playlist for 05/01/2018
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mindful activity five letter word (hello) s/t
the lifers i'm going mad honey suite
onalea gilbertson lullaby for summers afternoon requiem for a lost girl
qristina brooke stumble steps linger
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Robin co-hosts with new volunteer, Leslie.  They talk to Onalea GIlbertson, writer and director of Requiem for a Lost Girl, upcoming this weekend at SFU Woodwards as part of the Vancouver Opera Festival.  

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  • Posted on: 2 May 2018
  • By: cjsfprog
IntraVenus playlist for 04/11/2018
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maylee todd poetry of intuition acts of love
rho the last ocean creative commons
warless two wheel ride upbeat liberators
maylee todd that's all i'll do acts of love
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In-studio with photographers, Christine Germano and Shelby Tay, who are both part of this year's Capture Festival. 

Episode of Rural Women Radio Stories: Canada - Nicole Edwards. 

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  • Posted on: 11 April 2018
  • By: cjsfprog
IntraVenus playlist for 03/20/2018
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cold specks two worlds fool's paradise
matina birtch many moons n/a
sera rabbett closet freak wailing hippie
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Interview with Jennifer Kim from the Vancouver Women's Library.

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  • Posted on: 21 March 2018
  • By: cjsfprog
IntraVenus playlist for 10/25/2017
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Bibi Bourelly Ballin
hayleau ft Daam CP C - Side
Sabrina Claudio Confidently Lost
Jorja Smith & Preditah On my mind
OverDoz Last Kiss
Safe ft Bibi Bourelly Pull Up
Sabrina Claudio ft 6lack Belong to you [Remix]
Mother Mother Mouth of the Devil
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Joining Teanna in the studio is Balqees Jama. She is an 18 year old who spent her childhood in Saudi Arabia. She's currenty living in Burnaby and is attending Simon Fraser University studying Psychology. She's all about female empowerment and playing guitar. Tune in to hear some rad songs by Canadian artists and a great discussion with Balqees on the recent annoucement that the ban on women driving is being lifted in Saudi Arabia. 

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 27 October 2017
  • By: tlackner
IntraVenus playlist for 10/18/2017
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Angel Haze Cleaning Out My Closet Classick
Weaves ft. Tanya Tagaq Scream Single
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If you are reading this, it wasn't and isn't your fault. We believe survivors and we actively work to challenge rape culture and promote a culture of consent and sexual health education that is inclusive of all bodies. Healing is not linear and your body and expressions are absolutely valid. Thank you to Charis Amy​​ and all of the folks from the SFU Sexual Violence Prevention Office, who put on #ItTakesAllOfUs , it was a big success. Thank you to all of the folks who participated today. In this clip you will hear interviews from the SFU campus community. 

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  • Posted on: 24 October 2017
  • By: carolinedoerksen
IntraVenus playlist for 10/11/2017
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Joining Teanna in the studio is bad ass feminist Neelam Gandevia. She is a 5th-year Communications student at SFU aspiring to do cool and exciting things in the media field. In her spare time, she's busy getting involved in the South Asian community, or binge watching tv shows like Teen Wolf and Supergirl. Tune in to hear some Canadian tunes and rad discussion with Neelam on intersectional feminism, mental health and navigating tensions of western and eastern forms of internalized misogyny. Follow Neelam on Twitter and Instagram: @NeelamGandevia

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  • Posted on: 12 October 2017
  • By: carolinedoerksen
IntraVenus playlist for 10/04/2017
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This week we had special guest Fey Cofresi join us on air to chat about Puerto Rico, Hurricane Maria and feminism. Fey is a 20 year old Puertorican woman who's been living in Canada for 6 years. She's currently living in Vancouver island with the hopes of attending Vancouver Island University. She's all about female empowerment and fighting colonialism. If you're interested in her self deprecating memes and glamorous selfies follow her IG: feycofresi.

 

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  • Posted on: 4 October 2017
  • By: tlackner
IntraVenus playlist for 09/27/2017
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3 rad feminists: Brianna, Madi and Ralie join us to chat about feminism, dating and relationships!

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  • Posted on: 27 September 2017
  • By: carolinedoerksen
IntraVenus playlist for 08/30/2017
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On August 19, 2017 over 4,000 counter-protesters gathered at Vancouver city hall, as well as the Broadway City Hall SkyTrain station and surrounding streets to stand up to white supremacy and racism. This is my interview with Annie Ohana, one of the organizers of the anti-racism rally. Annie is a teacher at LA Matheson Secondary school in Surrey. She is an activist for the lgbtq+ community, Indigenous communities and other marginalized and racialized communities.

Songs featured in this episode:
We The People by A Tribe Called Quest
Borders by M.I.A
FDT (Fuck Donald Trump) by YG & Nipsey Hussle

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 5 September 2017
  • By: carolinedoerksen
IntraVenus playlist for 08/23/2017
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The first half of this week's episode features Youth For A Change, an lgbtqia2s+ activist and advocacy group, based in Surrey British Columbia. Youth For A Change members educators and activists. Members are 13+ and most identify as lgbtqia2s+, and others as allies. On Sunday, August 19th, Youth For A Change was a feature performance at 'The Spoken Word Stage' at the New West Pride street festival.

Web: https://youth4achange.com 
Twitter: @youth4achange
Instagram: @youth4achange

The second half of this week's episode is the premier of part 2 of our radio documentary series 'I'm A Sex Worker'. As a final project for Dr. Mary Shearman's GSWS 320: Sex Work - local issues in a global context, class, Caroline Doerksen, Micaela Evans, Carol Leung, Madi Pomreinke and Xizi Wang produced the radio documentary series 'I'm A Sex Woker'. This radio documentary is rooted in politics of decriminalization and comes from a sex work-is-work understanding. The intention of the radio documentary is for community media space to be utilized in sharing stories and creating new forms of knowledge production. 

Thank you to CJSF 90.1fm for being a space to host my feminist radio show ‘Intravenus’ and for being a community platform that disrupts mainstream news media and allows for alternative expressions and ideas. Thank you to the Simon Fraser University “Gender, Sexuality and Women’s Studies” Department for funding the project. All proceeds went to the folks who participated in conversation with. Thank you to Bandidas on Commercial Drive for donating gift cards to all folks who participated in conversation. Thank you to my classmates; Micaela Evans, Xizi Wang, Madi Pomreinke and Carol Leung for participating in the planning, creation and execution of the radio documentary series on the lived realities of sex workers in the lower mainland. Thank you to Leah Horlick, at the SFSS Women’s Centre, for sitting down with us and providing us with resources. Thank you to Mary Shearman, for supporting us. The biggest thank you is dedicated to all of the folks in my life who gave their time to this project; Angela, Carmen, Ms. Erica, Amber and Terri-Jean. Your wisdom, thoughts, experiences, knowledges and stories will live on, disrupting the powerful regimes. Storytelling, the creation of the radio documentary series and this paper was written on the Unceded traditional territories of the Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh peoples, on whose land was never given, sold or signed.

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 23 August 2017
  • By: carolinedoerksen
IntraVenus playlist for 08/16/2017
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As a final project for Dr. Mary Shearman's GSWS 320: Sex Work - local issues in a global context, class, Caroline Doerksen, Micaela Evans, Carol Leung, Madi Pomreinke and Xizi Wang produced the radio documentary series 'I'm A Sex Woker'. This radio documentary is rooted in politics of decriminalization and comes from a sex work-is-work understanding. The intention of the radio documentary is for community media space to be utilized in sharing stories and creating new forms of knowledge production. This is part one of our radio documentary series, that features Angela and Carmen. Tune in next week to hear part two, featuring dominatrix Ms Erica.

Thank you to CJSF 90.1fm for being a space to host my feminist radio show ‘Intravenus’ and for being a community platform that disrupts mainstream news media and allows for alternative expressions and ideas. Thank you to the Simon Fraser University “Gender, Sexuality and Women’s Studies” Department for funding the project. All proceeds went to the folks who participated in conversation with. Thank you to Bandidas on Commercial Drive for donating gift cards to all folks who participated in conversation. Thank you to my classmates; Micaela Evans, Xizi Wang, Madi Pomreinke and Carol Leung for participating in the planning, creation and execution of the radio documentary series on the lived realities of sex workers in the lower mainland. Thank you to Leah Horlick, at the SFSS Women’s Centre, for sitting down with us and providing us with resources. Thank you to Mary Shearman, for supporting us. The biggest thank you is dedicated to all of the folks in my life who gave their time to this project; Angela, Carmen, Ms. Erica, Amber and Terri-Jean. Your wisdom, thoughts, experiences, knowledges and stories will live on, disrupting the powerful regimes. Storytelling, the creation of the radio documentary series and this paper was written on the Unceded traditional territories of the Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh peoples, on whose land was never given, sold or signed.

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  • Posted on: 17 August 2017
  • By: carolinedoerksen
IntraVenus playlist for 06/21/2017
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Today is National Aboriginal Day and we have a very special guest in studio. Maddi is a part of the Blackfoot Confederacy and is currently studying Gender Studies and Communications. She is very active in advocating for Indigenous Voices. She holds close to her heart issues such as Missing & Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls, Two Spirited Indigenous People, and Indigenous Feminism. She is co-creator and publisher of a Zine called I AM Indigenous Alternative Media, to raise awareness to these issues since they are hardly recognized. She also has set goals of creating documentaries in the future that are directed towards these issues as well as other issues that intersect with the BIPOC communities to raise awareness.

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  • Posted on: 3 July 2017
  • By: tlackner
IntraVenus playlist for 05/10/2017
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This week on IntraVenus we interviewed Reema Faris. Reema is a PhD student in the department of Gender, Sexuality, and Women’s Studies at Simon Fraser University, where she studies the relevance of (mis)conceptions of feminism as they operate in popular culture. Her question is “whether the consumer-celebrity foundation of North American popular culture has rendered the concept of feminism obsolete even though the need to advocate for social justice has not abated.” 

Make sure to follow her twitter @rmfarrisSFU

Enjoy!

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  • Posted on: 3 July 2017
  • By: tlackner
IntraVenus playlist for 01/25/2017
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This episode features CJSF station manager Robin, who attended Vancouver's MakerLab's protest sign workshop. This event was a lead up to the women's march, that took place on January 21, 2017 all over the world. The women's march does not go without critique. This episode features clips from the Vancouver women's march and an interview with Maia, from SFU's student newspaper 'The Peak'. 

This episode features:
The Hamilton Mixtape: Immigrants (We Get The Job Done)
The Journey by Akua Naru

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 30 September 2017
  • By: carolinedoerksen