IntraVenus Future Playlists:

IntraVenus playlist for 11/27/2019
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JB First Lady Red Righteous Empowered Daughter
Arre! Arre! Boys Will Be Boys A.t.t.a.c.k.
Program: 

Content features 2 episodes from Best of the WWest, a women in STEM podcast produced at SFU.  Dr. Danielle Gaucher talks about gendered language in job advertisements in the first piece, and Halimat Alabi brings us along on her journey through video game design, film and television, and research and teaching, with lots of laughs and poignant moments. 

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 28 November 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
IntraVenus playlist for 11/20/2019
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shea diamond i am her single
gloss transgender day of revenge transgender day of revenge
Program: 

Vi Macri and Lea Hogan join robin for a discussion marking this day known as Transgender Day of Remembrance, Transgender Day of Action, and Transgender Day of Empowerment. 

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 20 November 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
IntraVenus playlist for 11/13/2019
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community singers women's warrior song idle no more rally
aretha frankiln respect the very best of aretha franklin
Program: 

Episode 5 of Triple Threat: Feminist, Fifty-ish & Fabulous with Rosemary Georgeson who shares what makes her a triple threat, as well as her perspective on daring, curiosity and wisdom.  

Triple Threat: Feminist, Fifty-ish & Fabulous is a project of Aging with Imagination, in partnership with CJSF 90.1 FM.  

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 13 November 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
IntraVenus playlist for 11/06/2019
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selci we could be together effervescence
gemma out in the open feeling's not a tempo
jay som tenderness anak ko
Program: 

Alison Clancey is the Executive Director at SWAN Vancouver, an organization that supports newcomer, migrant and immigrant women engaged in indoor sex work, and Robin's guest for the hour.  Connect with SWAN on Facebook.  

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 6 November 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
IntraVenus playlist for 10/30/2019
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pneuma passing through/lament for harry who has seen the wind?
Program: 

This episode is 2-fold: the first half hour features The Best of the WWEst podcast and at 27:12 minutes Robin has a conversation with Lea Hogan, an SFU graduate student concerned about this Saturday's #GIDYVR event at the Harbour Centre campus.  

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 30 October 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
IntraVenus playlist for 10/23/2019
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wise child pretty boy idle hands
purlicue track 6 dip 'n dot
sophie it's okay to cry oil of every pearl's un-insides
scout i'm not a girl, i'm not a boy nervous
shea diamond i am her seen it all
worriers most space imaginary life
Program: 

Tidbit topics covered are International Feminist Radio Day which was Monday, October 21; intersectionality based on a publication called "Reach Everyone on the Planet..."; and, Gina Rippon, the neoroscientist shattering the myth of the gendered brain

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 24 October 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
IntraVenus playlist for 10/16/2019
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tracy chapman fast car s/t
grouper cloud in places the man who died in his boat
Program: 

Episode 4 of Triple Threat: Feminist, Fifty-ish & Fabulous with guest carla bergman.  

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 16 October 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
IntraVenus playlist for 10/09/2019
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hatchie her own heart keepsake
gemma out in the open feeling's not a tempo
lisel this time tomorrow angels on the slope
grace ives icing on the cake 2nd
Program: 

Robin hosts the 2nd annual Fundrive show and plays clips from previous episodes.  If you haven't done so already, make a donation to support CJSF 90.1 FM.

Interview clips include: Heather Wong-Mitchell from QMUNITY, Danielle Livengood on discrimination in the workplace, and Libby Davies on sexism in politics. 

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 9 October 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
IntraVenus playlist for 10/02/2019
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tierra whack unemployed whack history month
madison mcferrin try you + i
mereba stay tru the jungle is the only way out
oshun solar plexus fantastical bittersweet vol. 1
sum -01 your love the comeback queen
nilifer yanya paradise miss universe
Program: 

SFSS Women's Centre Coordinator, Paola Quiros, takes the first half of the program to provide details on upcoming events, and interviews Olivia Davies, one of the co-facilitators of Art Thrive this month.  In the 2nd half of the show, Robin shares information from the Feminist New Green Deal, in lieu of her interview with View From a Window creator, Marnie Perrin, being unavailable.   

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 2 October 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
IntraVenus playlist for 09/25/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
elisa thorn's hue there's no tomorrow flowers for your heart
the harmaleighs anthem of the week she won't make sense
sarah louise r mountain nightime birds & morning stars
Program: 

Best in the WWest podcast featuring Zhila Pirmoradi and an episode of Women's Wealth:The Middle Way called A Journey from Bus Driver to Aerospace Engineer with guest Clare McGlory.

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 25 September 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
IntraVenus playlist for 09/18/2019
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Program: 

IntraVenus was a rebroadcast of an interview originally aired on August 1, 2018 with Jillian Deri on compersion.  To listen, find the original episode in the archives. 

  • Posted on: 18 September 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
IntraVenus playlist for 09/11/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
bobby mcferrin don't worry be happy s/t
sarah mclachlan blackbird afterglow live
Program: 

On the 3rd episode of Triple Threat: Feminist, Fifty-ish & Fabulous, Robin Eriksson speaks with Marilyn Wilson, local writer, author and speaker about aging with daring, curiosity and wisdom means to her.  Triple Threat: Feminist, Fifty-ish & Fabulous is a project of Aging with Imagination

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 11 September 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
IntraVenus playlist for 09/04/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
lizzo juice cuz i love you
sudan archives water water
lida pimienta & manu ranks la victoria bienaventuranza
Program: 

This episode is hosted by Intern, Iona Middleton, and features an events bulletin from the SFU Women's Centre and interview with Joylyn Secunda about her play The Moaning Yoni which is part of the program at this year's Vancouver Fringe Festival.  

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 11 September 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
IntraVenus playlist for 08/28/2019
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Program: 

This episode features the podcast Best of the WWest, where women in STEM are interviewed.  Holly Burton joins WWEST manager Danniele and fills us in on leadership coaching for women in male-dominated industries.

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 29 August 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
IntraVenus playlist for 08/22/2019
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Program: 

Iona joins Robin to co-host a short episode; talk includes discussion about women in parliament world-wide and gender vocabulary. The first 30 minutes of music is hosted by Station Manager, Magnus, while Iona and Robin are stuck on transit in traffic.

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 22 August 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
IntraVenus playlist for 08/14/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
cass king & the cassettes miss understanding 2 naked on the dance floor
cass king & the cassettes beautiful today naked on the dance floor
Program: 

This is episode 2 of Triple Threat: Feminist, Fifty-ish and Fabulous.  Cass King is my guest to talk about the ways she engages with daring, curiosity and wisdom as she ages.  Cass is the co-writer of, and fronts Cass King & the Cassettes.  

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 15 August 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
IntraVenus playlist for 08/07/2019
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Erykah Badu Didn't Cha Know Mama's Gun
Thundercat Them Changes Drunk
Anohni Drone Bomb Me Hopelessness
Program: 

Ciara and Robin are together in the booth today with no particular agenda.  A couple news items incite discussion: The struggle for LGBT equality: PRIDE meets prejudice in Poland and Russian LGBT activist Yelena Grigoryeva murdered in St. Petersburg.  Finally, a short recap on Vancouver's PRIDE and Sunday's Parade.  

 

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 7 August 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
IntraVenus playlist for 07/24/2019
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christa deana never stop believing s/t
lydia persaud let me show you let me show you
angelique kidjo elegua celia
tanika charles cool scorpio the gumption
Program: 

Robin talks about the women instrumental in the success of Apollo 11 in light of the 50th anniversary, and refers to an article suggesting that the writer behind Shakepeare's canon of works was a woman named Emilia Bassano.  You can read that article here.  

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 24 July 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
IntraVenus playlist for 07/17/2019
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iskwe ft tanya tagaq the unforgotten n/a
lynda dobbin-turner they are missing n/a
emma stevens blackbird youtube
Program: 

Robin and Ciara talk with Lynda Dobbin-Turner, a board member for Artists Against Racism about their recent billboard campaign to bring awareness to MMIWG.  Watch the video of Lynda performing her song They are Missing.  

 

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 17 July 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
IntraVenus playlist for 07/10/2019
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bjork big time sensuality debut
throwing muses honeychain the real ramones
janelle monae power of yet sesame street TV
Program: 

This is the 1st episode of Triple Threat: Feminist, Fifty-ish & Fabulous, a radio show that explores the experiences of women 50+ with a goal of shifting the narrative of what it means to age. Robin's guest for the hour is Michelle Pollard. My apologies for the audio from ~10:20-10:40. Michelle's voice is really quiet because the machine that translates the phone signal into radio was squealing :( Then it fixed itself :)     

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 10 July 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
IntraVenus playlist for 07/03/2019
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julia othmer who ever says sound
hatchie without a blush keepsake
smaller hearts the curve honesty
Program: 

Robin and Ciara interview local comedian Sophie Buddle. Interview starts approximately 7:45 minutes in.  

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 3 July 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
IntraVenus playlist for 06/19/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
sophie it's okay to cry oil of every pearl's un-insides
antony & the johnsons hope there's someone i'm a bird
Program: 
Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 19 June 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
IntraVenus playlist for 06/12/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
mich cota kija kija / care
leanne betasamosake simpson how to steal a canoe f(l)ight
mavis staples stronger we get by
Program: 

Olivia C. Davies joins Ciara and Robin by telephone from Vancouver to talk about the Matriarchs Uprising Festival.  Follow the link to book online tickets, and use the coupon code matriarchs to receive $5 off tickets to the evening shows.  The hour rounds off with some discussion about the Women Deliver and Feminists Deliver conferences that Ciara attended last week, alongside a short interview with one of the conference delegates. 

 
Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 12 June 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
IntraVenus playlist for 06/05/2019
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madison violet everything's shifting everything's shifting
native harrow can't go on like this happier now
nilufer yanya safety net miss universe
Program: 

Robin and Ciara chat about the Women Deliver 2019 conference events that Ciara attended on Tuesday.

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 11 June 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
IntraVenus playlist for 05/22/2019
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elisa thorn womb and selenotropic
Program: 

Part 1 of todays show features an interview with Libby Davies about her new book A Political Memoir: Outside In.  Our "part 2" of women change-makers interview with Ali White, ED of Embark Sustainability, is available at this link.   

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 22 May 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
IntraVenus playlist for 05/15/2019
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tegan & sarah faint of heart faint of heart
christine & the queens 5 dollars chris
bronski beat smalltown boy the age of consent
Program: 

Heather Wong-Mitchell, the Manager, Finance & Administration from QMUNITY, BC’s Queer, Trans & Two- Spirit Resource Centre joined us by telephone to talk about their programs and services as well as the 15th Annual IDAHOT Breakfast in support of International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia, & Biphobia.  Our conversation with Heather runs from 07:23-32:42. Ciara and Robin dispare over the recent Alabama abortion bill and leave on a higher note talking about new biodegradeable glitter.  

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 16 May 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
IntraVenus playlist for 05/01/2019
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ivy, the pulse heroine sweet fruitions
the radcliffe pitches bread & roses youtube
amy nelson walking boss educated women
eden miss you demons & daydreams
Program: 

May Day, Beltane & Talking Radical Radio episode on Red Women Rising Report on MMIW&G from Vancouver's DTES.

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 1 May 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
IntraVenus playlist for 04/24/2019
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kym gouchie & northern sky every mountain for the people
tracy chapman give me one reason new beginning
janelle monae make me feel dirty computer
Program: 

Danniele Livengood, Program Manager from SFU WWest, talks about STEM, and the Creating Connections 6.0 conference upcoming in Vancouver, May 3-4.  Use the promo code sfu20 and receive a discount on your registration!

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 24 April 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
IntraVenus playlist for 04/17/2019
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talitale the fall a japanese fever dream
leah hokanson all of that facets
alysia harris this woman button poetry
erin costello my love sweet marie
anna of the north lovers lovers
whitehorse who's been talking the northern south vol 2
black belt eagle scout mother of my children mother of my children
melissa lozada-olivia mami says have you been crying button poetry
trans girl group t-party girls like us single
haerts special new compassion
Program: 
Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 23 April 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
IntraVenus playlist for 04/10/2019
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leah hokanson be lived facets
emilie kahn never good enough outro
amanda rheaume return to the water the skin i'm in
classified powerless tomorrow could be the day things change
kristina bazan iron & veins ephv1
Program: 

Some headlines and an ever-so-brief introduction to the extraordinary and groundbreaking report released last week, Red Women Rising: Indigenous Women Survivors in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside.  Also, watch the beautiful video for Classified's Powerless, played on today's show.  

 

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 10 April 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
IntraVenus playlist for 04/03/2019
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jessica moss fractal: truth 3 entanglement
marie-veronique bourque excusez-moi une porte s'ouvre
sheri d wilson sexy madonna from florence: canada speaks
leanne betasamosake simpson how to steal a canoe
shane koyczan feat tanya tagaq & kim gouchie inconvenient skin
georgian bay coeur fragile courage vol 2: moon
priscila uppal from ontological necessities poetry
Program: 

A short revisitation on the 2nd year anniversary of art action #freethefeed, and some poetry to kick off National Poetry Month.  

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 3 April 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
IntraVenus playlist for 03/27/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
ASAPscience science love song youtube
jessica moss fractal: truth 4 entanglement
Program: 

The Best in the WWest podcat #20 with Rahael Jalan, founder of Eagles of Tomorrow, a mathematics program for indigenous youth in Canada and youth in South Africa.  Robin and TIna share their thoughts and feelings of math and science from their perspective as students.    

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 2 April 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
IntraVenus playlist for 03/20/2019
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igneborg von agassiz oh, what a morning o giver of dreams
yessica woahneil this body quiet beasts
alicia hansen fame & glory before you
georgi kay special where i go to disappear
Program: 

Robin and TIna offer their stand-outs from The Tempest list of 40 women to watch from 2018 in light of 2019 nomination period.  

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 2 April 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
IntraVenus playlist for 02/27/2019
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lisa/liza black pines momentary glance
insolito universo machucurto la candela del rio
doe here in the dirt grow into it
Program: 

On air today: Podcast from The Best in the WWest featuring women in STEM episode guest is Negar Roghanian. a PhD student in Civil Engineering at the UBC.  Plus Black History Month highlights featuring Nalo Hopkins, Anne Cools, Billie Holiday, Kara Walker, Katherine Johnson, Esi Edugya, Frances Anne Solomon, and Toni Morrison.  

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 28 February 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
IntraVenus playlist for 02/20/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
kirsten ludwig borderline we get it now
kirsten ludwig golden girl we get it now
buildings & food motherwell & stairs quick beat save
igneborg von agassiz what is wrong with me? o giver of dreams
igneborg von agassiz will you go? o giver of dreams
Program: 

On air: a Talking Radical Radio episode on Sex Positive Parenting, and Black History Month highlights Viola Desmond, Carrie Best and Debi Young Anitafrika.

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 28 February 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
IntraVenus playlist for 02/13/2019
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melissa laveaux triggers dying is a wild night
inna modja tombouctou hotel bamako
Program: 

Today's program features a phone interview with Chelene Knight, author of Dear Current Occupant, recipient of the 2018 Vancouver Book Award .  Audio from What We Teach - Voices for Change 2019.  Some talk about World Radio Day: Dialogue, Tolerance and Peace.

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 14 February 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
IntraVenus playlist for 02/06/2019
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Program: 

There is a rebroadcast of SFSS Women's Centre Coordinator, Paola Quiros' monthly bulletin of events happening at the centre followed by Histories of anti-Blackness in Canada and today’s social movements, an episode of Talking Radical Radio that features Robyn Maynard, a Black feminist writer and long-time anti-authoritarian organizer who has been active in movements around racial profiling, police violence, migrant justice, sex worker rights, and harm reduction, mostly in Montreal.   

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 6 February 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
IntraVenus playlist for 01/30/2019
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Program: 

Two feature podcasts from The Best of the WWest, where women in STEM talk about challenges and successes.  In between, Paola Quiros, SFSS Women's Centre Coordinator brings us a bulletin of their upcoming events for the month of February.    

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 30 January 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
IntraVenus playlist for 01/23/2019
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jennie thai now is all you have night on fire
Program: 

Best in the WWest podcast episode #15 with Leigh Wall and AMARC Rural Women Radio Stories Fiji episode.

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 23 January 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
IntraVenus playlist for 01/16/2019
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rae spoon i held my breath bodies of water
cifika prosper prism
Program: 

Naoko, Chloe and Robin engage in discussion stemming from Korean skater Sukhee's accusation of sexual assault by her coach, the prevalence of abuses in sports and how it connects to bigger systemic power dynamics.  Chloe refers to these articles by Dr. Sandy Kirby and are linked for your reference.  In the second half of the show, Talking Radical Radio episode on SWAN Vancouver, a support organization for immigrant sex trade workers.

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 16 January 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
IntraVenus playlist for 01/09/2019
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old time honey your fool love songs for sick people
charlee remitz sad girl music sad girl music
strangers on a plane look at me wings
barbara lica before i do you're fine
Program: 

Robin, Naoko and Chloe discuss women, gender representation in film, animation and other media.

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 10 January 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
IntraVenus playlist for 01/02/2019
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Igneborg Von Agassiz Lonesome Way O Giver of Dreams
Igneborg Von Agassiz Runtchikin Love O Giver of Dreams
Safia Nolin France Dans le Noir
Program: 

Leslie is joined on air by Noako and Robin.  They chat about the emotional labour that exists year round but that is even more apparent over the holiday season.  To start the show, Robin shares information about a new app makes your phone buzz when you approach places where women made history.

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 2 January 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
IntraVenus playlist for 12/19/2018
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various cell block tango chicago motion picture soundtrack
erin costello introducing sweet marie sweet marie
sarah macdougall empire all the hours i have left
Program: 

Robin and Leslie co-host, and recently-arrived CJSF international work experience student, Naoko, pops in with a hello or two.  Discussion revolves around women and incarceration.  For further reading, here is a good article on how prison is not feminist; one on how treatment of women in Canadian prisons is a human rights travesty; another citing an increase of women imprisoned in Canada and the reasons why; and finally statistics from the Canadian government Correctional Services on women in prison.  

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 20 December 2018
  • By: cjsfprog
IntraVenus playlist for 12/05/2018
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kat danser light the flame goin' home
amanda rheaume red dress holding patterns
delia derbyshire pot au feu blue veils & golden sands
Program: 

Leslie and Robin co-host this episode dedicated to the memory of the 14 women killed in the 1989 Montreal Massacre at Ecole Polytechnique.  With these links, you can find the Canadian Women's Foundation's fact sheet and statistics on gender-based violence as we ll as the magazine article Remembering More Than Names

The SFSS Women's Centre holds their annual Memorial on Thursday, December 6th starting at noon.  More details here. 

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 5 December 2018
  • By: cjsfprog
IntraVenus playlist for 11/28/2018
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Program: 

This is episode features Maria Klawe from the podcast series Best in the WWest about women in STEM, and an episode of Talking Radical Radio where Alana Cattapan. She is an assistant professor of public policy at the University of Saskatchewan and member of the organizing committee of Rise Up!, a digital archive of feminist activism in Canada between the 1970s and the 1990s is interviewed. 

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 28 November 2018
  • By: cjsfprog
IntraVenus playlist for 11/14/2018
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Program: 

Today's show features a 2-part lecture from Riffat Hassan, a Pakistani-American theologian and a leading Islamic feminist scholar of the Qur'an. 

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 14 November 2018
  • By: cjsfprog
IntraVenus playlist for 11/07/2018
Artist Title Album Label Link
The Tiki Collective I'll Be Seeing You Muse
Jess Knights Shot a Bird Won't Wait
Program: 

Leslie and Robin co-host and have a short discussion about the dodgy behaviour of Canadian MP Tony Clement and celebrate the unprecedented number of women elected in yesterday's US midterms.  Finally, we hear an episode of Talking Radical Radio on using community-based theatre for sex education.    

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 7 November 2018
  • By: cjsfprog
IntraVenus playlist for 10/31/2018
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Program: 

Today's episode features Cybele Negris from the Best in the WWest podcast about women in STEM.  

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 2 November 2018
  • By: cjsfprog
IntraVenus playlist for 10/24/2018
Artist Title Album Label Link
mona haydar barbarians
poetic pilgrimage better than
mona haydar wrap my hijab
6 pack band feat sonu nigam sab rab de band
liniker e ilú obá de min preciso me encontrar
as bahias e a cozinha mineira o lua
Program: 

Paola Quiros, SFSS Women's Centre Coordinator hosts with a queer, Pakistani-Muslim poet and arts educator, Amal Rana, as her guest.  Amal has been awarded residencies with VONA (Voices of Our Nation Arts Foundation) and the Banff Centre Literary Arts Centre. Her work has been published in numerous anthologies and journals including Adrienne: A Poetry Journal Of Queer Women, Writing the Walls Down: A Convergence of LGBTQ Voices, Your Voice Tastes Like Home: Immigrant Women Write and online on platforms such as The Feminist Wire and Love Inshallah.  Amal has been instrumental in the creation of numerous educational and arts based spaces for marginalized communities. In recent years, she co-founded and facilitated Telling It Bent, the first free queer and trans youth writing workshop series in Vancouver and Breaking the Fast, an annual performance art series featuring LGBTQ Muslim artists and Muslim women. Other collaborative projects of love include a series of creative writing workshops on future building for racialized communities and poetry/contemporary dance workshops for migrant youth. Amal also designs and delivers anti-oppression and Islamophobia awareness workshops for unions, faith organizations and other groups through Cambium Arts & Education.

 

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 24 October 2018
  • By: cjsfprog
IntraVenus playlist for 10/17/2018
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Program: 

Leslie brings audio recorded at a talk with Dr. Son Vivienne, Post-Doctoral Fellow, RMIT, Melbourne, on Code Switching Identities: Curating Gender Across Networks to IntraVenus for this episode.  

 

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 17 October 2018
  • By: cjsfprog
IntraVenus playlist for 10/10/2018
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madeliene roger lady luck cottonwood
tigers & monkeys the dream is still alive saturday destroyer
major love get together s/t
Program: 

Robin (live in the studio) and Leslie (on the phone from home) co-host this Fundrive edition of IntraVenus where donors are given Venus as a surname.  Become a Venus by donating online and supporting IntraVenus and CJSF 90.1 FM.

Audio includes:

Queer Arts Festival Clip

Colette Kendall Clip

Ann Travers Clip

 

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 10 October 2018
  • By: cjsfprog
IntraVenus playlist for 10/03/2018
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jennifer holub if you stop, they win the reckoning
pip blom truth singles
mai lan haze autopilote
Program: 

Robin and Leslie co-host.  They chat about a couple news items and the City of Vancouver's Women's Equity Strategy as it may pertain to the upcoming civic election.  

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 7 October 2018
  • By: cjsfprog
IntraVenus playlist for 09/26/2018
Artist Title Album Label Link
Virginia Wing The Female Genius Ecstatic Arrow
Emma Ruth Rundle Light Song On Dark Horses
Black Belt Eagle Scout Sam, A Dream Mother of My Children
Jennifer Castle Crying Shame Angles of Death
Program: 

This episode features the Best in the WWest podcast featuring an interview with Victoria Camp.

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 27 September 2018
  • By: cjsfprog
IntraVenus playlist for 09/19/2018
Artist Title Album Label Link
karol conka e o poder e o poder
niyaz the hunt free download
sevdaliza human the calling
so-rac forever forever
alysha brilla changing the world human
tegan & sarah faint of heart love you to death
shea diamond i am her seen it all
Program: 

This episode is hosted by Paola Quiros, Coordinator of the SFSS Women's Centre on campus at SFU.  

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 20 September 2018
  • By: cjsfprog
IntraVenus playlist for 09/05/2018
Artist Title Album Label Link
halie loren well-loved woman from the wild sky
lindi ortega til my dyin' day liberty
elaquent celebrate life! celebrate life!
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Robin and Leslie co-host, and bring you an interview with Colette Kendall, creator and performer of The Cock Whisperer... A Love Story, one of this year's Vancouver Fringe Festival offerings.  Go see it!

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  • Posted on: 5 September 2018
  • By: cjsfprog
IntraVenus playlist for 08/29/2018
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jennifer castles rose waterfalls
lucy rose strangest of ways
claire morales sibylle
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Todays episode features The Best of the WWest podcast in conversation with Gordana Pejic and a little music.

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 30 August 2018
  • By: cjsfprog
IntraVenus playlist for 08/22/2018
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jessie j queen r.o.s.e. (sex)
sudan archives not for sale care for me
half waif keep it out lavender
the internet come over hive mind
krudas cubensi poderosxs poderosxs
luana hansen negras em marcha negras em marcha
las krudas cubensi eres bella cubensi
luana hansen samba brasil n/a
luana hansen cade o povo preto sinto muito
luana hansen cidade acorda estúdio showlivre
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This episode hosted by the SFSS Women's Centre Coordinator, Paola Quiros.  

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 22 August 2018
  • By: cjsfprog
IntraVenus playlist for 08/08/2018
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Angel Forrest All the Way Electric Love
Lovecoast Motion The Trip
Pre Nup Life in Hell Oh Well
Jane Archer & the Reactionaries Ain't I Right Great Atomic power
The Garry's Make-Out at the Drive-In Surf Manitou
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Robin and Leslie chat about women who build strength, the weather, and this year's upcoming Radio Kids Camp.

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 22 August 2018
  • By: cjsfprog
IntraVenus playlist for 08/01/2018
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kd lang constant craving ingenue
the magnetic fields andrew in drag love at the bottom of the sea
goldfrapp annabel tales of us
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Robin hosts and airs an interview she did with Jillian Deri, an adjunct professor in Soiology and Gender Studies about her book Love's Refraction: Jealousy and Compersion in Queer Women's Polyamorous Relationships which was the result of her Ph.D. research.   

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 1 August 2018
  • By: cjsfprog
IntraVenus playlist for 07/25/2018
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Yess Woah Polyester Sometimes Believe
Yess Woah Committed to Quiet Change Believe
St. Vincent Slow Disco MASSDEDUCTION
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This episode features audio captured at the LGBTQ* STEM Day that Best in the WWest podcast attended and an interview with Danniele Livengood, Program Manager of Westcoast Women in Engineering, Science, and Technlogy (WWEST) and board member for the Vancouver Dyke March and Festival Society coming up August 4 on Commercial Drive.     

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 25 July 2018
  • By: cjsfprog
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.   

Program Audio: 
  • 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.  

Program Audio: 
  • 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)

Program Audio: 
  • 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. 

Program Audio: 
  • 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.  

Program Audio: 
  • 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.  

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 15 June 2018
  • By: cjsfprog
IntraVenus playlist for 06/05/2018
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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.

Program Audio: 
  • 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.  

Program Audio: 
  • 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 05/02/2018
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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.  

Program Audio: 
  • 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. 

Program Audio: 
  • 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.

Program Audio: 
  • 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. 

Program Audio: 
  • 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.

 

Program Audio: 
  • 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!

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 27 September 2017
  • By: carolinedoerksen
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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.

Program Audio: 
  • 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.

Program Audio: 
  • 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