CJSF is proud to celebrate and support LGBTQ+ communities across the lowermainland, Canada, and the world. This programming coincides with the Vancouver Pride Festival.
February 1st-29th, CJSF celebrates Black History Month with special programming. From interviews with famous activists to examinations of Vancouver and Burnaby's own Black histories, expect a mix of music, talk and interviews, including special episodes of regular programs like Speak Up!
Interviews with SFU's Students of Caribbean & African Ancestry & African Student Association; BC's Black History Awareness Society
Sista C plays & discusses Love songs from across the African Diaspora
Charlotte made a mixtape of poetry and music from the black diaspora.
SOCA (Students of Caribbean and African Ancestry); President, Afia Poku, and Giovanni HoSang, past-President
Charlotte speaks with Juno-Award winner, jazz-vocalist Kellylee Evans
Charlotte 'Sista C' Ferrell interviews internationally acclaimed composer, pianist, producer and recording artist Rashid Lanie.
Part 1 of the Audio drama Blackbook
Part 2 of Blackbook
Rebroadcast of a SOCA Black Spaces Matter Roundtable recorded at SFU last February.
Roots and Berries features a special blend of fiddle and banjo music and the odd tidbit of information that may have you asking, "Is it fruit, a berry or simply a juicy little nugget?"