On this episode, we highlight the work of two local feminists to understand why they do what they do. First we hear from German Villegas, the host of the Modern Manhood Podcast, about why he thinks it’s important for men to organize conversations about masculinity and empathy. Then we hear from Theresa Whiskeyjack, who helped organize a public rally in honour of Tina Fontaine.
Check out German’s podcast here: https://modernmanhood.org/
On this episode, we explore the ethical responsibilities of being an artist and an educator. First we hear from Christine Sokaymoh Frederick about becoming the Citadel Theatre’s first Indigenous Associate artist. Then we talk to The Maggie Tree about their upcoming production of 9 Parts Of Desire. And finally we chat with Rachel Carr about a rural Albertan school’s problematic take on “Women’s Studies.”
On this episode, in honour of International Women’s Day, we highlight the power of the female voice in the community. In a segment provided by The Well Endowed Podcast, we learn about the Edmonton Women’s International Film Festival. Then we hear from Laura Kruse, Outreach Coordinator at the Alberta Public Interest Research Group (APIRG), about the resources it provides to community activists and how students at the University of Alberta can support its funding. Finally, we get a preview of the upcoming SkirtsaFire festival in Edmonton.
On this episode, we speak to some of the emerging political voices who spoke at Edmonton’s solidarity rally with the Women’s March on Washington. This episode features interviews with vice-president of external affairs with the Alberta Muslim Public Affairs Council Nakita Valerio and community organizer Reakash Walters.
On this episode, we explore the power and impact of political protest. We take a look back at some historic marches and protests throughout history. Then we speak to Paula Kirman and Michelle Brewer, two of the organizers of Edmonton’s solidarity march with the Women’s March on Washington.