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We are the F Word Media Collective, a feminist media collective based in Vancouver, BC on unceded Coast Salish Territories.
The F Word is a syndicated show, produced at Vancouver Co-op Radio. Contact us for information on how to broadcast our weekly show on your station or website.
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Adrienne and guests discuss how critical understandings of race are significant to developing a feminist politics and praxis which attends to the ways in which intersectional identities are categorized, assimilated, and invisibilized in our society.
The F Word interviews Kiran Sunar, from Out On Screen s Vancouver Queer Film Festival. The Vancouver Queer Film Festival is Vancouver’s second largest film festival and the largest queer arts event in Western Canada. The 2015 Festival will run from August 13th to 23rd and is packed with workshops, panels, films, and more.
The F Word rebroadcasts speaks from our January 2015 show in solidarity with Black Lives Matter. The popular #Blacklivesmatter hashtag was started by three Black queer women, Alicia Garza, Patrisse Cullors and Opal Tometi. We want to name their work as it is not often acknowledged or known, and we wish to honour the important work of black queer women in resisting white supremacy and police violence against people of colour. Anti-racism IS a feminist issue.
The F Word airs a compilation of clips from various women comedians. The comedy covers a range of topics including race, culture, sexuality, and gender. Given that the comedy industry is primarily dominated by white men it is often the case that a lot of the jokes are designed for a white male audience. Our goal with this show is to present comedy that can be funny for everyone. We also know that humour and laughter are a form of self care that has the potential to keep us vibrant in our activist work.
Youth for A Change is an advocacy and activist group of young LGBTQ people in Surrey. Youth for A Change has been active for over three years and promotes education on anti-homophobia; healthy teen relationships; gender identities and youth homelessness. The F Word had the opportunity to speak with Co-founder Jen Marchbank and two youth activists, Anna Westhaver and Jasmine Broeder, about the diverse work of Youth For A change and queer youth activism.
The F Word rebroadcasts Nicole Deagan’s interview with Charlotte, one of the founders of WMovers (Women Movers), which is an all-female moving company with the mandate of empowering women and trans folks through safe and stable employment. And, Carissa Ropponen speaks to Erin Maguire about her experience taking a Women in Trades Program at Camosun College in Victoria, BC.They talk about why this program is important and empowering for women.