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Sam was our host on today’s Adamant Eve and she brought us an update on the court case brought forth by women ski jumpers wanting to take part in the 2010 Olympics.
In the news, Malaika talked about a recent study that found college students, both victims and perpetrators, reported increased incidents of sexual assault when the questions did not explicitly define the behaviour as assault.
Laura C. talked to Jessalynn Keller, a freelance journalist and PhD student in Film and Media Studies at the University of Texas at Austin. Laura read a piece Jessalynn wrote for TheTyee.ca called “Sorry, Can’t Do Raunch Today” on our August live show and was thrilled when Jessalynn agreed to an interview. They talked about real power for girls, Twilight and teen magazines.
We also mentioned two events: the screenings of Polytechnique at the Metro this weekend, and the Love Letters to Feminism exhibit at the U of A. Follow the links for more info!
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On November 13th, we gave an update and recap on the lawsuit filed by a group of female ski jumpers for their exclusion from the 2010 Olympic Games (listen to the podcast if you missed it!). Unfortunately their appeal has been rejected. If this leaves you less than satisfied, you can add your name to the petition.
Listen tonight at 5:30 for an all new Adamant Eve! Tune in to CJSR 88.5 FM or listen online at www.cjsr.com.
This week on Adamant Eve, Ashley interviews Stephanie Laskoski. In 2007, Laskoski received the Roger S. Smith Undergraduate Student Researcher Award and decided to use the award to create a documentary and research project on prostitution and the laws surrounding soliciting.
Laura Collison brings us the news this week with a story about a new law in Quebec, Bill 34, which will potentially limit access to abortion in the province. The bill has been met with a lot of resistance from the public and the medical community and now the government is rethinking it.
Bringing the show to a close is Sam with Radio Eve. This week she brings us the song African Pride by Souljah Fyah.
News & Events
Sam has also been busy creating news! She will be featured on the national radio program Groundwire. Sam did an excellent piece on the Charter battle undertaken by women ski jumpers wanting to be included in the 2010 Olympics. Congratulations, Sam!
Awaking Venus is presenting an introduction to its fall workshop series. It will take place on August 20th at 6:15 pm at 9923 – 82 Ave and is free with a donation to Little Warriors. For more information go to www.AwakeningVenus.ca
The Fringe has begun, so be sure to check it out and support local and international theatre. I saw Kreskinned last night and it was hilarious! I’m looking forward to catching The Flood and Victor and Victoria’s Terrifying Tale of Terrible Things. Go to fringetheatreadventures.ca for information and to buy tickets.
CJSR’s FunDrive is just around the corner, so get ready to get generous. CJSR is community radio and relies on community donations to keep bringing you quality programming. Last year Eve listeners were amazing and we’re so grateful for your support. Stay tuned to CJSR 88.5 FM for FunDrive fun, including sweet prizes!
UPDATE: Click here to listen to the podcast of this edition of Adamant Eve
Groundwire is a bi-weekly radio show sharing national news from campus and community radio stations like CJSR. In the latest edition, Sam talked again about women’s ski jumping. If you haven’t heard it yet, you can listen or download here.
The podcast for the show that aired on July 17 is now available on our CJSR news page or by clicking here.
Jaclyn talks about the racist and sexist comments being made about Sonia Sotomayor; Jocelyn brings us a feature first presented at TED, which has Mary Roach telling us “Ten Things You Didn’t Know About Orgasm”; Sam tells us about the legal fight of women ski jumpers to be included in the 2010 Olympic games; and Erin plays us some old school No Doubt.
The original presentation by Mary Roach can be found at ted.com