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Brown Bagger : Hurtig, Mel : arms tests [and] peace

Item is an audio reel containing an episode of Brown Bagger featuring audience questions and a talk by Mel Hurtig. Description on tape case: "This is the final session of the Peoples' Enquiry into arms testing at Nanoose Bay at the CFMETR."

Brown Bagger : In Visible Colours : celebrating our cinema

Item is an audio reel containing a recording of an episode of Brown Bagger featuring a talk by Maria Angelica Lemos from a panel at In Visible Colours. Description on tape case: "One of the sessions of Invisible Colours, the International Festival of Films and Videos by Third World Women and Women of Colour, held in Vancouver from Nov 15-19, 1989; delegates from many countries around the world brought their films and videos to show and to take part in discussions; this particular reel is the second half of the symposium titled 'celebrating our cinema'; the first speaker is Maria Angelica Lemos from Brazil."

Brown Bagger : In Visible Colours : the risk of self-definition

Item is an audio reel containing a recording of an episode of Brown Bagger featuring a panel called 'The Risk of Self-Definition' comprised of Goretti Mapalunga, Julia Barco, and [Qing Lu]. Description on tape case: "One of the sessions of Invisible Colours, the International Festival of Films and Videos by Third World Women and Women of Colour, held in Vancouver from Nov 15-19, 1989; delegates from many countries around the world brought their films and videos to show and to take part in discussions; moderator is Lorraine Chan; 'Session 2'."

Brown Bagger : In Visible Colours : voices [and] new visions

Item is an audio reel containing a recording of an episode of Brown Bagger featuring a panel called 'Voices and New Visions' comprised of Gloria Ribe, So Yong Kim, and Manjira Datta. Description on tape case: "One of the sessions of Invisible Colours, the International Festival of Films and Videos by Third World Women and Women of Colour, held in Vancouver from Nov 15-19, 1989; delegates from many countries around the world brought their films and videos to show and to take part in discussions; moderator is Yasmin Jiwani; 'Session 3'."

Brown Bagger : Jackson, Jesse : U.S. foreign policy

Item is an audio reel containing an episode of Brown Bagger featuring a talk by Jesse Jackson. Description on tape case: "World Affairs Dinner held on Mary 14/85 edited with questions; Reverend Jesse Jackson speaking at the Hyatt Regency Hotel; this dinner where he speaks was a fundraiser for the Museum of Science and Technology."

Brown Bagger : Jain, Devki : women [and] development

Item is an audio reel containing an episode of Brown Bagger featuring an interview with Devki Jain. Description on tape case: "An interview with Devki Jain, a feminist in India who has been working at bringing 3rd world women into discussions on the status of women; interviewed by Punam Khosla; Devki is interested in issues of international development."

Brown Bagger : Jardeli, Najwa : women in Palestine

Item is an audio reel containing an episode of Brown Bagger featuring a talk by Najwa Jardeli with an introduction by Herb George. Description on tape case: "Jardeli is from The Palestinian Union of Women's Work Committees in the Occupied Territories. She talks about the intifada and the role of women in the struggle, also addressing the question of the possibility of peace."

Brown Bagger : Jewett, Pauline : women [and] higher education

Item is an audio reel containing an episode of Brown Bagger featuring a talk by Pauline Jewett. Description on tape case: "This was the keynote address for the conference on Women and College Education; Pauline Jewett is former NDP MP, education and university president; recorded at Douglas College."

Brown Bagger : John, Terri : we are free

Item is an audio reel containing a recording of an episode of Brown Bagger featuring a talk by Terri John. Description on tape case: "Terri John is from the Lil'Wat Peoples' Movement. Lavina White is a Haida Elder, active in Native issues in Vancouver as well as Queen Charlottes; from the Native Issues Conference: The History of Colonization."

Brown Bagger : Kaplansky, K. : human rights in Canada

Item is an audio reel containing an episode of Brown Bagger. Episode description on tape case: "Recorded at the convention of the British Columbia Federation of Labour in Vancouver. Kalman Kaplansky has been a long-time active in the cause of human rights in Canada."

Brown Bagger : Kivisild, Emma and others : reproductive rights

Item is an audio reel containing an episode of Brown Bagger featuring a talk from the Reproductive Rights seminar with Emma Kivisild, and a panel of speakers. Description on tape case: "This is from the Reproductive Rights seminar, part of the conference: Feminists Examine the Right. 3 of the 4 speakers at this seminar are heard on this tape; the conference was organized by the Vancouver Status of Women. Over two days, women shared information, ideas and strategies discussing reproductive rights, privatization of social services, sexuality and work."

Brown Bagger : Kothari, Rajni : human rights in India

Item is an audio reel containing an episode of Brown Bagger featuring a talk by Rajni Kothari. Description on tape case: "Rajni Kothari is a well known civil libertarian in India and president of the Peoples' Union of Civil Liberties. In 1985 he won the Alternative Nobel Prize from the Swedish government. He is on the board of Lokayan, a publication devoted to grass roots action and social justice; here, he gives a lecture on the topic of human rights in India and the problem of centralization."

Brown Bagger : Kube, Art : arms tests and economics

Item is an audio reel containing an episode of Brown Bagger featuring a talk by Art Kube. Description on tape case: "Part of the People's Enquiry series held Nanaimo; Former BC Fed of Labour President Kube on 'CFMETR: Economic Benefit or Liability'."

Brown Bagger : Kuehn, Larry : the experience of the BC Workers' Movement with bureaucracy

Item is an audio reel containing an episode of Brown Bagger featuring a talk by Larry Kuehn. Description on tape case: "This was part of the conference "Bureaucracy & Culture" held Sept 2-5, 1985 at the SFU downtown campus; Kuehn is an educator and labor leader; he was very prominent in the Solidarity Coalition. Larry Kuehn speaks about the experience of the workers movement with the bureaucracy in B.C. at the present time."

Brown Bagger : Kwasistala, R. : our history is not a myth

Item is an audio reel containing a recording of an episode of Brown Bagger featuring a talk by Russell Kwasistala. Description on tape case: "Russell Kwasistala is Chief of the Laichkwiltach Nation and a member of the Kwagiulth (Kwakiutl) District Council; From the Native Issues Conference: The History of Colonization, put on by Talks Not Tanks."

Brown Bagger : Lane, David : tenants' rights in BC

Item is an audio reel containing an episode of Brown Bagger featuring a talk by David Lane. Description on tape case: "Part of the Fall 1984 Solidarity Coalition's People's Commission on Economic and Social Alternatives; The information on this reel correlates with the information on reel 69 - Cameron, Peter - Health Care in BC; David Lane of the Tenants' Rights Action Coalition at the Solidarity Peoples' Commission."

Brown Bagger : Lane, Patty : after Bennett - a new politics for British Columbia

Item is an audio reel containing an episode of Brown Bagger featuring talks by Patty Lane and Sue Harris. Description on tape case: "A forum sponsored by the Committee for Alternatives for B.C.; the title of the forum is from the title of a book published by New Star; Patty Lane is a researcher for BC [Federation] of Labour; Sue Harris is an organizer for DERA."

Brown Bagger : Mabin, Alan : media in South Africa

Item is an audio reel containing an episode of Brown Bagger featuring a talk by Alan Mabin. Description on tape case: "At a public meeting sponsored by Spartacus Books and AUCO Local6 Mabine described the current situation in South African. His talk focuses on developments since the international news restrictions were imposed in November 1985."

Brown Bagger : Mahindroo, V. : women of India

Item is an audio reel containing an episode of Brown Bagger featuring a talk by Vaiju Mahindroo. Description on tape case: "Vaiju Mahindroo is an Indian journalist. She talks about the women of India and the barriers to their advancement; recorded by Enesco Radio in Paris, France; transcript to tape is enclosed in box."

Brown Bagger : Mahosho, M. : post-apartheid economy

Item is an audio reel containing an episode of Brown Bagger featuring a compilation of UN Radio - Africa Reports. Description on tape case: "This tape is a compilation of UN Africa Reports tapes; Michael Mahosho is a Black S. African accountant/economist and was in New York preparing for a visit by a large delegation of Black S. African business people. Mahosho was the first Black chartered accountant in S. Africa; Josh Nekwatta speaks on nationalization in S. Africa; The Hungarian representative to the UN on S. Africa; recorded by UN Radio NY."

Brown Bagger : Makatini, [Johnston] : democracy in [South] Africa

Item is an audio reel containing an episode of Brown Bagger featuring a talk by Johnston Makatin. Description on tape case: "Recorded at the Parallel Commonwealth Conference, held in Vancouver Oct 10-12, 1987. Johnston Makatini was one of a number of invited guests from South Africa. He is a representative of the ANC [African National Congress]."

Brown Bagger : Makayzee, Kaba - Black media in [South] Africa [1/2]

Item is an audio reel containing the first part of an episode of Brown Bagger featuring an interview with Kaba Makayzee. Description on tape case: "Kaba Makayzee interviewed by Barbara Binns; Introduced by Louie Ettling; recorded at Co-op Radio; Makayzee is the first Black editor of a weekly newspaper in S. Africa; Barbara Binns lives in Vancouver and works with the UN Association."

Brown Bagger : Makayzee, Kaba - Black media in [South] Africa [2/2]

Item is an audio reel containing the second part of an episode of Brown Bagger featuring an interview with Kaba Makayzee. Description on tape case: "Kaba Makayzee interviewed by Barbara Binns; Introduced by Louie Ettling; recorded at Co-op Radio; Makayzee is the first Black editor of a weekly newspaper in S. Africa; Barbara Binns lives in Vancouver and works with the UN Association."

Brown Bagger : Mandela, Winnie : embers of Soweto

Item is an audio reel containing an episode of Brown Bagger featuring an interview with Winnie Mandela. Description on tape case: "Two leading women of the ANC [African National Congress] in a 15 min interview along with some S. African music."

Brown Bagger : Maracle, Lee : growing up a Native poet

Item is an audio reel containing a recording of an episode of Brown Bagger featuring a talk by Lee Maracle. Description on tape case: "Native author Lee Maracle at a presentation of one of her books of poetry at R2B2 Books."

Brown Bagger : Marquardt, M : People's Solidarity Commission [report conference]

Item is an audio reel containing an episode of Brown Bagger featuring a talk by Margaret Marquardt. Description on tape case: "Part of the Fall 1984 Solidarity Coalition's People's Commission on Economic and Social Alternatives; The content on this reel correlates with the information on the previous reel: 69 - Cameron, Peter - Health Care in B.C; This is the opening session of the Solidarity people's Commission hearings; introduction made by Renata Shearer and James Roberts; first commissioner to speak is Margaret Marquardt."

Brown Bagger : Marquardt, M. : environmental issues [in] BC

Item is an audio reel containing an episode of Brown Bagger featuring a panel talk by Adrienne Peacock, John McCandless and Karen Dean. Description on tape case: "The information on this reel correlates with the information on reel 69 - Cameron, Peter - Health Care in BC; On the weekend of May 10-12, 1985 the Solidarity Coalition sponsored a conference at UBC to discuss the report of the People's Commission. This tape has material from the panel on the environment held at that conference; Margaret Marquardt, Chairperson of the Commission, chaired this panel."

Brown Bagger : Marzari, D. : women's issues, BC 1991

Item is an audio reel containing an episode of Brown Bagger featuring a panel discussion with Darlene Marzari, Carol Gran, Susan French and Kimanda Jarzebiak. Description on tape case: "An all candidates forum on women's issues, part of the British Columbia provincial election in 1991; Darlene Marzari, NDP, Carol Gran, Social Credit; Susan French, Liberal; Kimanda Jarzebiak, Green; Organized by Vancouver Status of Women."

Brown Bagger : Mashagu, Peter : against apartheid

Item is an audio reel containing an episode of Brown Bagger featuring a talk by Peter Mashagu. Description on tape case: "Recorded at the Conference on South Africa, held in Winnipeg Nov. 11 & 12 1989. Peter Mashagu is the African National Congress chief representative in Canada; Comrade Edwin is a representative from ANC HQ in Lusaka Zambia; Ahmad Randry is a member of the ANC working in Winnipeg; recorded by Co-op radio reporter Louie Ettling."

Brown Bagger : Mathias, Joe : Aboriginal rights

Item is an audio reel containing an episode of Brown Bagger. This episode features talks by Geroge Watts and Joe Mathias. Description on tape case: "Recorded at the BC Fed of Labor convention in December '86; Joe Mathias is Hereditary Chief of the Squamish Nation; George Watts, is a Native leader; Introduction by Art Kube, President of the BC Federation."

Brown Bagger : McBride, Laurie : economics of conversion

Item is an audio reel containing an episode of Brown Bagger featuring talks by Laurie McBride and Dr. Luis Sobrino. Description on tape case: "Part of the People's Enquiry series held Nanaimo; Laurie McBride talk about "CFMETR and the Economics of Conversation"; Dr. Luis Sobrino talks about 'Moral and Ethical Considerations'."

Brown Bagger : McCloud, Janet : we won't change

Item is an audio reel containing a recording of an episode of Brown Bagger featuring a talk by Janet McCloud. Description on tape case: "Janet McCloud is an elder from Washington state [Tulalip Tribe] who is very active in fishing rights wars; Milton Born With A Tooth is a spokesperson for the Lonefighters Society of the Peigan Nation in Alberta; From the Native Issues Conference: The History of Colonization, put on by Talks Not Tanks."

Brown Bagger : McDougall, Glen : Workers Theatre in Germany in the late 19th Century and its relation with the bureaucracy of the Social Democratic Party

Item is an audio reel containing an episode of Brown Bagger featuring a talk by Glen McDougall. Description on tape case: "This was part of the conference "Bureaucracy & Culture" held Sept 2-5, 1985 at the SFU downtown campus; McDougall speaks about the workers theatre and its relations with the bureaucracy of the social democratic party in the period before World War I."

Brown Bagger : McDougall, M.L. : the impact of restraint on women in the College-Institute System

Item is an audio reel containing an episode of Brown Bagger featuring a talk by Mary Lynn Stewart-McDougall. Description on tape case: "Speaker is Mary Lynn Stewart-McDougall, a professor of history & women's studies at SFU and author of several books. She is the BC representative to the Board of Directors of the Canadian Research Institute for the Advancement of Women; this is part of the conference, Women and College Education; recorded at Douglas College."

Brown Bagger : Means, Bill : the U.S. government [and] Natives

Item is an audio reel containing an episode of Brown Bagger. This episode features a talk by Bill Means. Description on tape case: "I.T.T.C. Convention recorded in Washington state possibly Yakima, discussing the history of racist treatment by the US [government] and the recent problem with fishing rights, especially on the Columbia [River] where Indians are being displaced to make room for sports fishermen."

Brown Bagger : Meisel, John : law [and] communications

Item is an audio reel containing a recording of an episode of Brown Bagger featuring a talk by John Meisel. Description on tape case: "Meisel speaks about culture; John Meisel is a prof of political science at Queens University, and past chairperson of the CRTC; from the conference of Law and Contemporary Social Issues put on by the UBC Faculty of Law; recorded by Henry Flam."

Brown Bagger : Miller, Ted : Canada/US arms testing

Item is an audio reel containing an episode of Brown Bagger featuring a talk by Ted Miller. Description on tape case: "Part of the People's Enquiry series held Nanaimo; Ted Miller gives the NDP position on CFMETR; Rick Mitchell of the Gabriola Island Peace Association begins with the process of arranging for political representatives to speak at this enquiry."

Brown Bagger : Mohawk, John : racism [and] education

Item is an audio reel containing a recording of an episode of Brown Bagger featuring a talk by John Mohawk. Description on tape case: "John Mohawk, A.I.M. leader and editor of Akwasasne Notes (Mohawk paper from northern New York State); recorded at World Indigenous Peoples Education conference at UBC; Mohawk addresses the question of what is the appropriate form of education for indigenous cultures and societies."

Brown Bagger : Mompati, Ruth : women in South Africa [1/2]

Item is an audio reel containing an the first part of an episode of Brown Bagger featuring a speech by Ruth Mompati, followed by a question and answer period. Description on tape case: "Ruth Mompati is a long time member of the African National Congress. She once worked with Nelson Mandela before he was jailed. At the time of this speech, Mompati worked as the administrative secretary in the Secretary General's office of the ANC in Lusaka."

Brown Bagger : Moore, Barry : dangers of technology

Item is an audio reel containing an episode of Brown Bagger featuring a talk by Barry Moore. Description on tape case: "From the conference on technology and education put on by the BC School of Trustees Association; Barry Moore of the Fraser Valley College questions the great optimism around the idea of new technology that others at the conference presented."

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