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Brown Bagger : Gale, Lorena : breaking stereotypes - identifying issues facing artists from visible minorities : 1 of 2

Item is an audio reel containing an episode of Brown Bagger featuring talks from a forum at the Women in View Festival. Description on tape case: "A forum held at the Women in View festival, Jan 19-Feb 4, 1990; Lorena Gale (moderator); Zainub Verjee (film producer); Margo Kane (actress); Yasmin Jiwani (communications); Leslie Komoro (Taiko drummer); Carmen Rodriguez (writer); This forum sheds light on common concerns, embraces differences and finds mutual links between artists from different cultures and disciplines; reel 1 of 2."

Brown Bagger : Gale, Lorena : breaking stereotypes - identifying issues facing artists from visible minorities : 2 of 2

Item is an audio reel containing an episode of Brown Bagger featuring talks from a forum at the Women in View Festival. Description on tape case: "A forum held at the Women in View festival, Jan 19-Feb 4, 1990; Lorena Gale (moderator); Zainub Verjee (film producer); Margo Kane (actress); Yasmin Jiwani (communications); Leslie Komoro (Taiko drummer); Carmen Rodriguez (writer); This forum sheds light on common concerns, embraces differences and finds mutual links between artists from different cultures and disciplines; reel 2 of 2."

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'."

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.

Invisible Colours : distribution - tape #2

Item is an audio cassette containing a recording of a question and answer period from Invisible Colours about experiences of women of colour in media production and distribution.

Redeye : Joyce Horman [and] 'Missing'

Item is an audio reel containing a segment of Redeye featuring an interview with Joyce Hormon about the film 'Missing', based on her experience in Chile.

Segment on 'The Dream Continues' : MLK [Martin Luther King] Jr. Tribute

Item is an audio reel containing a recording of an interview with [Lovey], an organizer of the play "The Dream Continues" (presented by Black Theatre West) about the production. The last part of the recording is an interview with [Yasmin], an organizer of an [NFB] film festival at the Cinémathèque.