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In conversation with Charmaine (pilot)

Item is an edited recording of a CBC television talk show pilot which features discussions with influential British Columbians, hosted by Charmaine Crooks. The first guest, community activist Jim Green on activism and community development; evictions caused by Expo '86 and his efforts to prevent them; his personal life and his accomplishments and vision. The second guest, artist George Littlechild, speaks about the artist's role in society; his past in foster homes and racism he experienced; his search for his own cultural identity; his Scottish and Plains Cree background; his art and inspirations; his spirituality; and his role models.

Inglis, Gordon

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 : 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."

Pender Guy Program No. 124

Item is an audio reel containing a recording of Pender Guy Program No. 124. Program contents transcribed from the Pender Guy Card Catalog: "1. Introduction 2. Line-up and Eagles Music 3. Jingle and introduction [What is P.G. by Jim] 4. Skit: Chinatown without Chop Suey (only a section of it) 5. Music: 'We are the Children' T. Watada 6. Skit: Captain Vancouver 7. Community news 8. Chinatown Story Teller - Xmas 'St. Nick goo-day' 9. Community News and introduction of early Chinese-Canadian (soccer players) 10. Interview: Team Manager of the soccer team [Charles E. Louie] 11. Narration: Hong Kong Chinatown also music 'Hong Kong Chinatown' 12. Skit: 'Chest Hair' 13. Skit: Tommy Chong 14. Racism - music depicting this issue 15. Music: Bob Marley 16. '76 Election special 17. extro."

Pender Guy Program No. 150 - Master

Item is an audio reel containing a recording of Pender Guy Program No. 150. Program contents transcribed from the Pender Guy Card Catalog: "1. Jingle and introduction 2. Introduction to Downtown Eastside Women's Centre interview 3. Interview: Kathy Roebacy [Roback] by Colleen Wong (Downtown Eastside Women Centre) 4.Introduction - CASHRA (Canadian Association of Statutory Human Rights Agencies) / MacLeod 5. CASHRA - Ruth MacLeod interview (Prince Edward Island Human Rights Commission) 6. Community update: Pender Guy Disco Promo, CBA (Chinese Benevolent Association), Chinese Chess Tournament, CCC (Chinese Cultural Centre) Picnic 7. Extro."

Pender Guy Program No. 162 - Master

Item is an audio reel containing a recording of Pender Guy Program No. 162. Program contents transcribed from the Pender Guy Card Catalog: "1. Introduction 2. Mid-Autumn Festival Documentary 3. History Commentary - Chinese Benevolent Association 1978 4. News report: The Hell House residence issue at Simon Fraser University - 'Racism or Stupidity' 5. Chinese TV comment/ Music introduction 7. Asian Funk: Kokoro."

Pender Guy Program No. 23 - Doug Collins Special

Item is an audio reel containing a recording of Pender Guy Program No. 23, Doug Collins Special. Program contents transcribed from the Pender Guy Card Catalog: "1. Introduction - Pender Guy Jingle 2. Introduction of program 3. Doug Collins Special - writer of article 'Fear and Loathing in Canadian Music' 4. Pat Chen's article - 'Fight Racist Journalism' 5. Chinatown News Editorial 6. Presentation 7. Jim's wrap up 8. Community News 9. Conclusion."

Pender Guy Program No. 233

Item is an audio reel containing a recording of Pender Guy Program No. 233. Program contents transcribed from the Pender Guy card catalog: "1. introduction 2. Jim Flemming - multiculturalism re: his visit to Cathay Villa (KKK - Ku Klux Klan), topic: Charter of Rights and Constitution 3. Mid-break 4. Human Rights Commission - re: Primacy - discrimination Laws 5. What's happening 6. Commentary - re: Pender Guy 7. Extro."

Pender Guy Program No. 240

Item is an audio reel containing a recording of Pender Guy Program No. 240. Program contents transcribed from the Pender Guy card catalog: "1. Lion Dance introduction and line up 2. Commentary: A Collision Course 'between Chinese-Canadian and the National Film Board on its release of 'Bamboo, Lions and Dragons' 3. A special news (urgent) report - butane tank car crash 4. Music: instrumental 5. CBA (Chinese Benevolent Association) vs KKK - Ku Klux Klan introduction 6. Music: 'One by One" [Robert Kikochi Yngojo] 6. Super Pender Guy Part 4 'Banana Flu' 7. Extro [Statistics Canada Jobs] and credits."

Pender Guy Program No. 56

Item is an audio reel containing a recording of Pender Guy Program No. 56. Program contents transcribed from the Pender Guy Card Catalog: "1. Pender Guy Jingle 2. Introduction of Program 3. Report on Fraser Valley Trip 4. Asian-Am. - music from Grain of Sand 5. Commentary - Do Chinese eat rats? 6. Mid-break 7. Interview - Allen Cheng of Chinese Community Library 8. Music - Sunny by Joyce Chong 9. Community News - S.U.C.C.E.S.S."

Pender Guy Program No. 90

Item is an audio reel containing a recording of Pender Guy Program No. 90. Program contents transcribed from the Pender Guy Card Catalog: "1. Pender Guy Jingle 2. Standardize Introduction 3. Current Affairs [Jim] : New Immigration Act, Vancouver Chinese Freemason Association position against CBA (Chinese Benevolent Association) 4. Music 5. Readings: Don Yee reads from a letter written by Pat Chen responding to the UBC's paper against racism 6. Mid-break 7. Interviews: Lee Wai Men of Crossroads Magazine re: Introduction of magazine and its contents 8. CSA Festival: Chinese fast clapper folk tale by Jan Walls 9. Standardize extro."

Pender Guy Program No. 91

Item is an audio reel containing a recording of Pender Guy Program No. 91. Program contents transcribed from the Pender Guy Card Catalog: "1. Pender Guy Jingle 2. Standardize Introduction 3. Current affairs [Jim Wong Chu/Cindy]: 5 Dragons, CBA (Chinese Benevolent Association) article in Mirror, Murder of taxi cab driver: Tommy Tang 4. Music 5. Chinese-Canadian History by Paul Yee with William Head from Quarantine station in Victoria 6. Music 7. Mid-break 8. Interview: Sean Gunn - 'Inalienable Rice' Anthology (repeat) 9. CSA/QE Performance with Tommy Tao - 5 Chinese Folk Songs: Lotus Song, Plum Blossom in Snow, Rowing in the Moonlit Sea, Mountain Climbing, Beautiful Girl of Mongolia."

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 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.

[Fighting racism, Solutions for our global village : panel discussion and public forum]

Item is an audio cassette containing a recording of the panel discussion and public forum entitled "Fighting Racism: Solutions for Our Global Village." The panel is introduced by Susan Hepner (International Committee Against Racism). Panel members include David Cobb (VP, BC Civil Liberties Association), Gordon Fairweather (Canadian Human Rights Commission), Paul [Ray] (Black Solidarity Association President), Ujjal Dosanjh. Title written on tape is 'BC Human Rights Commission "Racism and the Media" - Laurier Lapierre - Mar 25, 1981 Part 2, Tape 2', however this does not correspond with the content.

Vancouver by bus : J. Sands : March 1988

Item is an audio cassette containing a recording of the program "Vancouver By Bus." Description on tape case: "Traces the history of Vancouver through interviews with bus passengers riding on the #21 Victoria route. A journey in sound through Vancouver communities."

Women Of Color

Item is an audio reel containing speeches by Makeda Silvera, Suniti Namjoshi, Jeanette Armstrong, and Maria Campbell.

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."

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