Resist Trump, Salmon Girl, Disability Rights

W2MEDIA.ORG  |  Media Mornings independent Canadian news hour on Vancouver Co-op Radio 100.5 fm LIVESTREAM (during 7-8am PST)

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Friday, January 27, 2017

TODAY’S SHOW Host: Irwin Oostindie @DutchPhoto

02:30 Introduction and welcome

05:15 Today’s weather report  & News

19:00 LeadNow & No One is Illegal Petition  to rescind the “Safe Third Country Agreement” – Tell Trudeau: Welcome Those Fleeing Violence and Deportation Under Trump

Trump pushes world closer to Doomsday  (Al Jazeera)


21:00 MUSIC: Lily Allen 


25:30 Trump impacts on refugees, Muslims and immigration. Real News speaks to advocates who say Trump is targeting refugees from countries where the US has carried out military interventions or backed authoritarian regimes


31:00 Sasha Somer (Seattle Socialist Alternative) talks Trump, resistance and previews her Vancouver talk on Sunday 2pm SFU Harbour Centre.

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Speaker Sasha Somer is a Socialist Students organizer in Seattle, USA. She recently went to the Standing Rock protest camp, resisting the North Dakota Access Pipeline. She was also the Vote Sawant volunteer coordinator during Kshama Sawant’s 2015 re-election campaign in Seattle.  Donald Trump is now President of the USA and head of what will be one of the most reactionary and dangerous administrations in US history. He has given an explicit platform to all kinds of hate and bigotry – from targeting women, Muslims and immigrants to blatant hostility to the struggle against racist police violence.


43:30 Quelemia Sparrow – Previews new Salmon Girl play at Presentation House.

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World Premiere of Salmon Girl Brings First Nations Perspective to Presentation House Theatre. Raven Spirit Dance tells the story of salmon and water through narration of puppetry, theatre, music and dance. Salmon Girl runs from January 27 to February 5 at Presentation House Theatre in North Vancouver. Created especially for family audiences, Salmon Girl explores the world of water and salmon through a narration of puppetry, theatre, music and dance. The story follows the journey of a young girl into this magical world. This visually stunning work shares a First Nations perspective on the importance of Salmon. It was created by choreographer Michelle Olson from the Tr’ondek Hwech’in First Nation and playwright Quelemia Sparrow from the MusqueAm First Nation who bring together their respective cultural perspectives and stories to create a piece that is both meaningful


49:45 PREVIEW: Memorial for Arthur Manuel, Monday evening at Grandview Calvary Baptist Church

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52:00 Paul Gilbert of BC Disability Caucus covers disability issues and poverty reduction

16177806_1898185230426779_861493087803663593_oBC Disability Caucus – ‎Protest Raise the rates, End the clawbacks, Buspass clawbacks
British Columbians with disabilities and their allies are invited to join a volunteer driven, grassroots social and political forum where they can engage in discussions, support one another, and share information on issues relevant to living with a disability in BC. It is also a forum where a broad spectrum of topics that can touch disability are presented and may resonate here in British Columbia or that people may find interesting in general.


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DJ SHUB at Biltmore Cabaret, Feb 4th, presented by @W2Media

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