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"W5" foreign student issues (side 1 and 2)

Item is an audio cassette containing the first two of four parts of "W5", most likely a conference or symposium about issues international students face. Contents were used on Pender Guy program #176. Some parts of the recording are in Chinese.

"W5" foreign student issues (side 3 and 4)

Item is an audio cassette containing the last two of four parts of "W5", most likely a conference or symposium about issues international students face. Contents were used on Pender Guy program #176. Some parts of the recording are in Chinese.

A world of difference : Deb. Clarke : March 1988

Item is an audio cassette containing a recording of the program "A World of Difference." Description on tape case: People came from all over the world during a time of immense change and struggle in Canada. These are the stories of early immigrants who lived through these times."

AA women Ends

Item is an audio cassette containing recordings for the [PAAC] Conference. Side A contains the second part of panel on the topic of interracial relations among Asian Americans. Speakers include Wendy [King] (University of Oregon), [Deedee Akiyama] (University of Oregon), [Kathy Akiyama] (Antioch College, Ohio), Dr. John Moritsugu (Pacific Lutheran University), Dr. James Morishima (University of Washington), Wendy Ng, Paul Spickard (University of California, Berkeley), and [Sona Takahisa] (University of Washington). Side B contains the end of a panel discussion on the topic of Asian American women.

BC Human Rights Commission "Racism and the Media" - Laurier Lapierre - Mar 25, 1981 Part 2, Tape 1

Item is the first of three audio cassettes containing part 2 of a BC Human Rights Commission public forum on the topic of "Racism and the Media." Commissioners present include Doug Mowatt, Harry Crosby, Neil Vant, Gloria George, Nuala [?], Margaret Strongitharm. The keynote speaker is Laurier LaPierre.

Brown Bagger : Armstrong, J. : racism in writing [and] publishing [tape 2 of 2]

Item is an audio reel containing a recording of an episode of Brown Bagger featuring talks by Sunera Thobani and Jeanette Armstrong. Description on tape case: "From the forum, Without Voice: Racism in Writing and Publishing - This is tape 2 of 2; Featuring Indo-Canadian writer Sunera Thobani and Native author/teacher Jeanette Armstrong."

Brown Bagger : Cristall, Gary : race, ethnicity [and] art [tape 1 of 2]

Item is an audio reel containing a recording of an episode of Brown Bagger featuring talks by Gary Cristall and Margo Kane. Description on tape case: "From Lies and Labels: A forum on race, ethnicity and the performing arts; This is tape 1 of 2; It includes the intro to the forum and features Gary Cristall and Margo Kane; followed by the first part of the session titled 'Vultures or Visionaries? The Producers' with Diane Kadota, Sal Ferreras and Donna Spencer."

Brown Bagger : Ferreras, Sal : race, ethnicity [and] art [tape 2 of 2]

Item is an audio reel containing a recording of an episode of Brown Bagger featuring talks by Diane Kadota, Sal Ferreras and Donna Spencer. Description on tape case: "From the forum, Lies and Labels: A Forum on Race, Ethnicity and the Performing Arts; this is tape 2 of 2; continues with the session 'Vultures or Visionaries? The Producers' with Diane Kadota, Sal Ferreras and Donna Spencer."

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 : Gill, Charan : racism [and] Native people

Item is an audio reel containing a recording of an episode of Brown Bagger featuring talks by Charan Gill and [Marie Cooper]. Description on tape case: "Charan Gill is from the BC Organization to Fight Racism (and a long time NDPer); recorded by the co-op program Sumaiee Dhee Awaaz."

Brown Bagger : Gill, Charan : racism in BC

Item is an audio reel containing a recording of an episode of Brown Bagger featuring talks by Charan Gill, Punam Khosla, Roy Miki and Ron George. Description on tape case: "4 speakers speak at an event sponsored by the BC Organization to Fight Racism; Charan Gill is a BCOFR activist; Punam Khosla is from the India Mahala Association; Roy Miki is from the Japanese Redress Association; and Ron George is from the BC non-status Indian movement."

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 : Philip, Marlene : racism in writing [and] publishing [tape 1 of 2]

Item is an audio reel containing a recording of an episode of Brown Bagger featuring talks by Marlene Nourbese Philips and Jim Wong Chu. Description on tape case: "From the forum, Without Voice: Racism in Writing and Publishing - This is tape 1 of 2; Speakers are: Marlene Nourbese Philips, the winner of the 1988 Casa de las Americas poetry prize; and Jim Wong Chu, author."

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."

CASHRA (Canadian Association of Statutory Human Rights Agencies) - Part 17 and 18

Item is an audio cassette containing recordings from the CASHRA (Canadian Association of Statutory Human Rights Agencies) Conference in June of 1979. Both sides of the tape contain recordings from a panel on human rights in the media with Clark Davie (Vancouver Sun), Jean Arrington (Women's Research Centre, moderator), Harry Jerome, Peter Ross, and Gloria George. Contents are related to Pender Guy programs # 149, 150, 151, 154, 155, 156, 157.

CASHRA (Canadian Association of Statutory Human Rights Agencies) - Part 19 and 20

Item is an audio cassette containing recordings from the CASHRA (Canadian Association of Statutory Human Rights Agencies) Conference in June of 1979. Both sides of the tape contain recordings from a panel on human rights in the media with Clark Davie (Vancouver Sun), Jean Arrington (Women's Research Centre, moderator), Harry Jerome, Peter Ross, and Gloria George. Side B continues with a talk on immigration with Jim [Kinear] (B.C. Federation of Labour). Contents are related to Pender Guy programs # 149, 150, 151, 154, 155, 156, 157.

CASHRA (Canadian Association of Statutory Human Rights Agencies) - Part 21 and 22

Item is an audio cassette containing recordings from the CASHRA (Canadian Association of Statutory Human Rights Agencies) Conference in June of 1979. Both sides of the tape contain a panel with Jim [Kinear] (B.C. Federation of Labour), George [Varney] (Canada Immigration Centre), Ujjal Dosanjh, and Justice Raymond (Saskatchewan) on the topic of immigration and employment. Contents are related to Pender Guy programs # 149, 150, 151, 154, 155, 156, 157.

CASHRA (Canadian Association of Statutory Human Rights Agencies) - Part 23 and 24

Item is an audio cassette containing recordings from the CASHRA (Canadian Association of Statutory Human Rights Agencies) Conference in June of 1979. Both sides of the tape contain a panel with Jim [Kinear] (B.C. Federation of Labour), George [Varney] (Canada Immigration Centre), Ujjal Dosanjh, and Justice Raymond (Saskatchewan) on the topic of immigration and employment. Contents are related to Pender Guy programs # 149, 150, 151, 154, 155, 156, 157.

CASHRA (Canadian Association of Statutory Human Rights Agencies) - Part 25 and 26

Item is an audio cassette containing recordings from the CASHRA (Canadian Association of Statutory Human Rights Agencies) Conference in June of 1979. Side A of the tape contains a panel with Jim [Kinear] (B.C. Federation of Labour), George [Varney] (Canada Immigration Centre), Ujjal Dosanjh, and Justice Raymond (Saskatchewan) on the topic of immigration and employment. The recording continues with an interview with Ruth McLeod (PEI Human Rights Commission) on the last half of side A and side B. The last part of side B concludes with an interview with Bromley Armstrong (Ontario Human Rights Commission). Contents are related to Pender Guy programs # 149, 150, 151, 154, 155, 156, 157.

CASHRA (Canadian Association of Statutory Human Rights Agencies) - Part 27 and 28

Item is an audio cassette containing recordings from the CASHRA (Canadian Association of Statutory Human Rights Agencies) Conference in June of 1979. Side A contains a continuation of an interview with Bromley Armstrong (Ontario Human Rights Commission) and interviews with Judy Low (Human Rights Commission, Calgary, Alberta) and Reggie Newkirk (Canadian Human Rights Commission). Side B contains a continuation of the interview with Reggie Newkirk. Contents are related to Pender Guy programs # 149, 150, 151, 154, 155, 156, 157.

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