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Brown Bagger : Visusizwe : Black theatre in [South] Africa [part 2 of 2]

Item is an audio reel containing the second part of an episode of Brown Bagger featuring an interview with the Visusizwe Players by Louie Ettling. Description on tape case: "An interview with the Visusizwe Players, a Black S. African theatre company which is made up of 3 women actors; the play they were touring was titled "Strike A Woman And You Strike A Rock"; interviewed by Louie Ettling."

Brown Bagger : Waldman, Lorne : refugee laws in Canada

Item is an audio reel containing an episode of Brown Bagger. Episode description on tape case: "Lorne Waldman speaking on refugee Bills 55 and 84, the conservative government's answer to alleged refugee problems; Waldman, who has been involved with refugee problems for years as a lawyer and a specialist in refugee law. Waldman gave the audience the background of the bills and spoke on what he saw as a humane alternative to the government's approach."

Brown Bagger : Watkins, Sue - The Horn of Africa

Item is an audio reel containing an episode of Brown Bagger featuring an interview with Sue Watkins by Meredith Woods. Description on tape case: "Sue Watkins is a UN Development Officer for the Horn of Africa; She is interviewed by Meredith Woods of Co-op Radio for an IWD program."

Brown Bagger : Weill, Hans : aesbestos - science [and] policy

Item is an audio reel containing an episode of Brown Bagger featuring a talk by Dr. Hans Weill. Description on tape case: "Dr. Hans Weill, Chief of the Pulmonary Diseases Division the Tulane University School of Medicine, gives a lecture at the Vancouver Institute."

Brown Bagger : White, Kelly : human rights [and] Natives

Item is an audio reel containing an episode of Brown Bagger. This episode features an interview with Kelly White. Description on tape case: "Interview with BC Native activist White about her trip to Geneva with the International Treaty Council to participate in the Human Rights Commission Regarding Economic and Social Development."

Brown Bagger : White, Lavina : continuity of culture

tem is an audio reel containing a recording of an episode of Brown Bagger featuring talks by Lavina White and Alice Jeffrey. Description on tape case: "Lavina is a Haida elder; Alice is a Gitksan elder; Lavina and Alice are active in Native issues in Vancouver as well as maintaining important contacts at home; this is from the Native issues conference: The History of Colonization, put on by Talks Not Tanks."

Brown Bagger : Widgery, David : racism [and] the blues

Item is an audio reel containing a recording of an episode of Brown Bagger. Description on tape case: "Recorded by Socialist Worker Recordings in London, UK. Includes lecture by David Widgery and music by Bessie Smith & Billie Holliday."

Brown Bagger : Wilson, Jeffrey : Natives, families [and] law

Item is an audio reel containing a recording of an episode of Brown Bagger featuring talks by Jeffrey Wilson and Debbie Foxcroft. Description on tape case: "Jeffrey Wilson discusses the myths surrounding adoption and the truly retrogressive nature of supposedly 'progressive' adoption legislation; Debbie Foxcroft discusses the change of welfare administration from provincial control to autonomous operation by the Native bands; Wilson is a family law lawyer; Debbie Foxcroft is a Native worker; from the 2nd conference on Law and Contemporary Social Issues put on by the UBC Faculty of Law."

Brown Bagger : Wilson, Marie : the Gitksan [Gitxsan] Wet'Suwet'En

Item is an audio reel containing an episode of Brown Bagger. This episode features a talk by Marie Wilson. Description on tape case: "From the Aboriginal Rights Conference, Marie Wilson is a Gitksan elder and council member. She is part of a panel moderated by Bernard Charles (Smiahoo Band) and including Bill Wilson (Kwakiutl) and Bev Scow (Gitksan)."

Brown Bagger : Winpsinger, W. : free trade [and] world economy

Item is an audio reel containing an episode of Brown Bagger featuring a talk by William Wipsinger. Description on tape case: "William Wipsinger, President of the International Association of Machinists speaks at the convention of the BC Federation of Labour about the free trade deal in the context of the world economy; introduced by Ken Georgetti, President of the BC Federation of Labour."

Brown Bagger : Wolverton, T. : in violet ink - writing by gays and lesbians

Item is an audio reel containing an episode of Brown Bagger featuring Terry Wolverton and literature from members of the L.A. LGBTQ2+ community. Description on tape case: "Literary special featuring new poetry and short stories by 17 Los Angeles gay and lesbian writers. They discuss the creation and maintenance of gay and lesbian culture in a climate of increasing censorship of 'homoerotic' art, what it takes to nurture gay and lesbian writers, and why they write."

Brown Bagger : one year after the war against Iraq (reel 4)

Item is an audio reel containing a recording of an episode of Brown Bagger. The first part of the recording features an interview with Michel Warshofsky (The Alternative Information Center) about relations between Israel and Palestine. The second part of the recording features an interview with [Joe Binen, Stanford University] about conflict in the Middle East and the war against Iraq.

Brown Bagger : one year after the war against Iraq (reel 5)

Item is an audio reel containing a recording of an episode of Brown Bagger. The episode features interviews with Professor James Graff and Barbara Ehrenreich about the war against Iraq. The episode also contains [Lynn Morell] reading poems by Heather Spears and Susan Eisenberg.

Brown Bagger : various - the Gulf Crisis teach-in : part 1 of 3

Item is an audio reel containing part one of a three part Brown Bagger series recorded at a teach-in on the Gulf War held at Langara College. Description on tape case: "Recorded at a teach-in on the Gulf War held at Langara College on January 25th - The Middle East Peace Action Coalition; Mordecai Briemberg of the Middle East Peace Action Coalition (MEPAC) on the causes of the war; Hanna Kassis, professor of religious studies at UBC on the question, "Is this a holy war?"; [Doug] Ross of the Centre For International Affairs at SFU on the prospects for an early ceasefire; Suzanne Rose of Greenpeace on the environmental effects of the war (continues on next reel)."

Brown Bagger : various - the Gulf Crisis teach-in : part 2 of 3

Item is an audio reel containing part two of a three part Brown Bagger series recorded at a teach-in on the Gulf War held at Langara College. Description on tape case: "Suzanne Rose of Greenpeace concludes her talk on the environmental effects of the war; Simon Dalby of the Center for International Studies at SFU talking about the media; David Cadman of the United Nations Association in Vancouver on the role of the UN; and Seanna Quressette of Ends The Arm Race on the peace movement."

Brown Bagger : various - the Gulf Crisis teach-in : part 3 of 3

Item is an audio reel containing part three of a three part Brown Bagger series recorded at a teach-in on the Gulf War held at Langara College. Description on tape case: "Emile Nucho of the Arab Anti-Discrimination League speaking on the recent history of the Persian Gulf region; Gabor Mate of Jews For A Just Peace speaking on the Palestinian-Israeli conflict."

Brown Bagger : various - women in the Gulf Region

Item is an audio reel containing an episode of Brown Bagger hosted by Dorothy Kidd featuring various speakers about women in the Gulf Region. Description on tape case: "Documentary produced by Dorothy Kidd."

CAR - Canadian Artist Representation

Item is an audio reel containing a recording of a radio show discussing CAR (Canadian Art Representation). Case notes: B.C. Cultural Fund tape; produced By Gary Marcuse.

Canada's National Book Week

Item is an audio reel containing an episode of a series called World of Words, created by Co-op Radio to celebrate the National Book Festival. This episode is titled 'An Unauthorized Voice' and is hosted by [Surian Mukherjee]. The episode includes interviews and readings by Jim Wong-Chu, Sadhu Binning (Punjabi Writers Forum) and Ajmer Rode (Punjabi Writers Forum) .

Canadian Artists

Item is an audio reel containing a recording of an episode of Canadian Artists produced by J. Menard. The episode contains an interview with Norman Rich, Artist and Manager of Coast Art Mobile - Westcoast fine art distribution. Topics include: situations of artists in BC, alternatives and art in the public domain.

Canadian Artists : Margaret Peterson

Item is an audio reel containing an episode of Canadian Artists featuring an interview with Margaret Peterson on the topic of sacred and modern artists, as well as architecture. The episode was most likely produced by Jacqueline Menard.

Canadian Artists : Women + Art : Erotic Art

Item is an audio reel containing a recording of an episode of Women + Art. Case notes: Michael Morris; Men's Erotic Art (Part II); No Daub; produced by Jacqueline Menard.

Canadian Artists : Women + Art: ISIS

Item is an audio reel containing a recording of an episode of Women + Art. Case notes: ISIS [Women in Film chapter] Women's Film Collective; Mo Simpson and Liz Walker; No Daub; produced by Jacqueline Menard.

Canadian Women of Colour Filmmakers

Item is an audio reel containing a recording of discussion with Canadian Women of Colour Filmmakers. The event most likely took place during the In Visible Colours Festival.

Celebration '90 : Dec '88

Item is an audiocassette containing a recording of the Celebration '90 radio show hosted by James Goodman and [Cathy]. The show includes updates on sports events for Celebration '90; an interview with Scott McLellan, photographer for the Gay Games II book 'A Sense of Pride'; and cultural updates for Celebration '90.

Cherniguin, S. : Philippines : church [and] labor

Item is an audio reel containing a talk by S. Cherniguin. Description on tape case: "Labor leader Cherniguin from Negros Is., Philippines in the role of church in labor disputes. Part of the liberation theology conference at SFU."

Churchill, Ward : Leonard Peltier Defence

Item is an audio cassette containing a recording of a speech by Ward Churchill in Bellingham, Washington on April 13, 1991. There is a note in the tape case: "A benefit for imprisoned Indian activist Peltier (also a benefit for the Dene Nation)."

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