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How has the SlutWalk movement progressed?

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It has been three years since the first SlutWalk in Toronto. Where has the movement taken us?

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SlutWalk, three years later. Where has the movement taken us?

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The F Word

Polymer Dance

July 7, 2014
| The F Word speaks to members of Polymer Dance -- a Vancouver-based contemporary dance performing group and class about public space, accessibility in movement and the democratization of dance.
Length: 28:18 minutes (32.4 MB)
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Prostitution bill poisoned by sexist ideology

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The new prostitution bill introduced in June by Injustice Minister Peter MacKay is blatantly unconstitutional and will result in more dead women. Bill C-36 will harm sex workers in even worse ways than the previous criminal provisions that were struck down as unconstitutional by the Supreme Court of Canada in December.

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Talking Radical Radio

Feminist summer camp in Saskatoon

July 2, 2014
| Tanya Andrusieczko talks about what it took to make Saskatoon's first-ever feminist summer camp a reality.
Length: 28:59 minutes (26.55 MB)
The F Word

Imagining courts that work for women

June 29, 2014
| Fixing a justice system that is failing women who have experienced violence.
Length: 30:31 minutes (34.94 MB)
The F Word

Transnational and queer Women of colour: sexuality in western society

June 29, 2014
| Charlene Sayo, Eirene Cloma, and guest Anushka Nagji talk about Transnational and Queer Women of Colour and the Distortion and Construction of our Sexuality in Western Society.
Length: 41:07 minutes (47.07 MB)
| June 27, 2014
The F Word

Mia Mingus: Shifting from a politic of desirability and beauty to a politic of ugly and magnificent

June 27, 2014
| The F Word airs a talk by Mia Mingus from the Femmes of Colour Symposium 2011, and also features music by the Femme City Choir
Length: 43:31 minutes (49.81 MB)
Workers on a donut
| June 25, 2014
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