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The F Word

Shout Back! Festival 2014

August 12, 2014
| The F Word speaks with Idris Plum and features artists in the queer, feminist, anti-capitalist, do-it-together, punk festival: Shout Back!
Length: 27:07 minutes (31.05 MB)
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Astrid Henry on her new book, 'Feminism Unfinished: A Short, Surprising History of American Women's Movements'

August 10, 2014
| Meghan Murphy interviews Astrid Henry, co-author of a new book about the history of the American women's movement, from the first wave to the third.
Length: 24:28 minutes (22.41 MB)
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Aboriginal youth program funding cuts and women in media

August 8, 2014
| Ariana Barer and Nicole Deagan explore recent massive funding cuts to Aboriginal youth programs. Also, Nicole speaks with Jenny Uechi about women's role in media.
Length: 44:50 minutes (51.32 MB)
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Temporary Foreign Worker Program: TFW - WTF? roundtable

August 6, 2014
| The F Word airs a roundtable discussion about the Temporary Foreign Worker Program in Canada that No One Is Illegal hosted on June 17 in Vancouver, Coast Salish Territories.
Length: 37:08 minutes (42.5 MB)
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In conversation with Alex Cu Unjieng

July 28, 2014
| Carissa Ropponen speaks with Alex Cu Unhing, a feminist visual artist and printmaker, about her fun and provocative art.
Length: 25:03 minutes (28.68 MB)
"Be a Good Girl" - Tania Willard
| July 24, 2014
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Feminist comedy

July 24, 2014
| Nicole and Ellie explore the ways comedy can be used to highlight social injustices rather than perpetuate the status quo.
Length: 34:51 minutes (39.89 MB)
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Feminism and Christianity

July 17, 2014
| Discussion of the image of woman in the Christian creation myth and negotiating the development of feminist consciousness within a Christian community.
Length: 34:43 minutes (39.74 MB)
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BC Poverty Reduction Coalition

July 14, 2014
| The F Word's Ariana Barer speaks with Trish Garner the Community Organizer with the BC Poverty Reduction Coalition about their initiatives to reduce poverty in B.C.
Length: 36:54 minutes (42.24 MB)

How has the SlutWalk movement progressed?

Photo: flickr/Anton Bielousov
It has been three years since the first SlutWalk in Toronto. Where has the movement taken us?

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