Fri Jan 15 – #SingItFwd, Carrielynn Victor, Dr Joan Sangster, Bernie Sanders for President

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Jan 15 2016 Media Mornings

TODAY’S SHOW Host: Irwin Oostindie @Dutchphoto

Today we feature musicians participating in the #SingItFwd events at The Vogue Theatre Jan 14 and 15! Tickets on sale. Kast night’s #SingItFwd lineup: Dear Rouge, K-OS, Frazey Ford, Five Alarm Funk, The Zolas, MBF, Gay Nineties, Twin Bandit and #SingItFwd Friday January 15th lineup: Mother Mother, Hey Ocean, Said The Whale, Humans, Top Less, The Pack AD, Chin Injeti, Jocelyn Alice.

03:00 Show welcome!

05:00 Local, provincial and international news

15:00 #SingitFwd is uniting musicians to raise money to support #DTES children’s communit-based music education.  Today we hear from some of those artist including MotherMother and Frazey Ford.

20:00 RedxTalk featuring Carrielynn Victor, Sto:lo Artist:  “What I Know Now.”
Carrielynn Victor currently lives at her home in Cheam, a Sto:lo village on the banks of the Fraser River. She works for the Stó:lō serving in a liaison role, and providing research for Rights & Title matters to community leadership. Among the ways Carrielynn is compelled to express herself are: Blues and hiphop music, singing and songwriting, harvest and preparation of local indigenous plants for foods and medicines, contemporary Coast Salish Design in various forms and mediums, traditional Salish dance and song, Storytelling, and writing. Plus we hear Rapsure Risin one of Carrielynn’s music projects.

36:45 Dr. Joan Sangster. “Rediscovering Radical Histories: ‘Second Wave’ Feminists and the Popularization of Canadian History.”  We preview a talk by Dr. Joan Sangster (Professor of Gender and Women’s Studies, Trent University) speaking tonight as part of an SFU Gender and Women’s Study talk, Friday, 15 January, 2016 at 7:00 pm at SFU-Vancouver (Harbour Centre: rooms 1400-1410), and it is co-sponsored with the Department of History.

48:45 David Mivasair, US Democrats Abroad talking about the rise of Bernie Sanders and the left in the USA.  Galvanized by his demands for economic and social justice, hundreds of thousands of Americans have packed Sanders’ rallies, and over 1 million small donors have helped his campaign shatter fund-raising records while breaking the stranglehold of corporate money. The Nation and MoveOn both endorsed Sanders this week. How can US citizens vote? Find out at 7:45 from David Mivasair. Register by Jan 31 to VOTE for BERNIE in the Democrats Abroad Global Primary, Mar 2 – 5.



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