On this episode, we revisit an older segment on Alice Walker and Womanism. Then we hear from Trina Moyles, Albertan author of “Women Who Dig: Farming, Feminism, and the Fight to Feed the World,” about early women farmers and feminism in farming.
On this episode, we honour International Women’s Day by talking to rally participants in Edmonton. We speak to Merryn Edwards, one of the organizers of International Women’s Day events in Edmonton about creating an inclusive grassroots feminist organization, and trying to maintain the political roots of International Women’s Day.
On this episode, we hear from a roundtable of young Muslim women who discuss Canada’s recent “niqab debate” and what it’s like to be a Muslim living in Canada. After, we learn some facts about Fatima al Fihri, the Muslim woman who founded the University of Al Qarawiyyin in Fez, Morroco, the oldest university institution in the world.