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Dragonroot Media is a feminist media collective that aims to produce anti-oppressive media with a gender focus. Dragonroot values self-determination and representation, and works within an anti-oppressive, anti-racist, and anti-colonial framework. As a feminist media collective, Dragonroot enthusiastically rejects the notion of neutral and objective media, recognizing it as actively supporting established social power dynamics and institutional violences. Dragonroot Media is media collective ...
 
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We had the chance to chat with Wyn Wolf on the debut of Boys On Magazines, the making of the video, and the deeper meaning behind it all. Be sure to check out the video Boys on Magazines via the link below!https://youtu.be/vuFuLGy_3DUMore Wyn Wolf:https://www.wynwolf.com/https://www.instagram.com/wynwolfmusic/…
 
Students in Solidarity for Palestinian Human Rights McGill (SPHR) is a non-hierarchical student organization that advocates to uphold the rights of the Palestinian people in the face of human rights violations and all forms of racism, discrimination, misinformation, and misrepresentation. We spoke with SPHR on their event Safe Space and Conversatio…
 
We spoke with Dr. Alex Ketchum on the upcoming speaker series Feminist and Accessible Publishing, Communications and Technologies. https://www.feministandaccessiblepublishingandtechnology.com and disruptingdisruptions.comfacebook https://www.facebook.com/FeministandAccesiblePublishingandCommunicationtwitter: https://twitter.com/feministandacc1…
 
Never Apart is hosting a new online speaker series: Conversations in Environmental Justice. This series of lectures opens up a space to discuss ecology, plants and food, at the intersection of social and environmental justice. We spoke with organizer Leticia Trandafir about the series. Host: Hannah BesseauMusic: For Esmé, Doubtmouth…
 
Women of Color Remake Wellness is a community focused on creating a safe space to bring health and wellness practices to women of colour through shared dialogue and daily self-care practices. Inspire mental, emotional, spiritual and physical health through daily health and wellness practices.We chatted with the founder of WoCRW, Biatris Lasu, on th…
 
We had the chance to speak with Tori from Medical Herstory! Medical Herstory is a web-based platform for women and femme-identified folks to share their experiences and challenges in regards to healthcare, medicine, and wellness.https://medicalherstory.com/https://www.facebook.com/medicalherstory/?ref=page_internal…
 
Dragonroot Radio spoke with award-winning editor and translator Lise Weil. Her essays and literary nonfiction have been published widely in Canada and the U.S. She is founding editor of Dark Matter: Women Witnessing and teaches in the Goddard Graduate Institute. We speak with Lise on the upcoming event Lesbians & Queers: A dialogue. The event will …
 
On this special episode of Dragonroot, we were joined live in studio by Montreal based hip-hop artist Shades Lawrence. Shades produces socially conscious and alternative hip hop that comes out of the tradition of spoken word and captures gritty reality and while creating powerful contrasts. Shades has teamed up with Emma Maryam on a new single call…
 
Articulating Desire: Writing by Queer Women UPDATE: Event will now be held Friday, March 29 https://www.facebook.com/events/945595152497067/Lise Weil’s memoir In Search of Pure Lust (Inanna, 2018) takes us back to a moment in the ‘70s and ‘80s when lesbian desire was the pulsing center of an entire way of life, a culture, a movement. The memoir als…
 
Har Leen is a South Asian writer, artist and educator, whose practice is entrenched in feminist and anti-racist principles and community-building approaches. As an educator, Har Leen uses arts-based approaches, ranging from visual arts to spoken word, to facilitate grassroots youth programming.Har leen made it live in studio to speak with Dragonroo…
 
Dragonroot spoke with the three founders of the Tiger Lotus Co-op on their current workshop series, Harvesting the Wild. https://www.tigerlotuscoop.com/Tiger Lotus Collective is a wellness centre offering tender loving care and education. We are made up of female practitioners and educators in Montreal passionate about healing in its many forms. We…
 
Dragonroot had the opportunity to speak with Harleen, one of the three organizers along with Malek Yalaoui, and Dona Nham, behind Unravelling in Rhymes. Unravelling in Rhymes is a monthly workshop series that invites black, indigenous and women and femmes of colour.بقلم Dragonroot Media
 
Dragonroot had the chance to record the PGSS Equity and Diversity's panel on emotional labour and abuse with Shanice Yarde, Malek Yalaoui and Rachel Zellars. The conversation explored the intertwined concepts of emotional labour and emotional abuse, with emphasis on their gendered and racialized dimensions. The speakers discussed how emotional labo…
 
We spoke with two board members from Rock Camp for Girls on their recent open letter addressing institutional racism within their governing body.Open Letter: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ucs5ZMrAmwM22C3ap6fjED3kdWJpFWPlh3LH3Lc3tJE/editبقلم Dragonroot Media
 
The Rose Festival is an inaugural festival that focuses on readings of new plays by queer-identified playwrights living, studying or working in Montreal, The Rose Festival / Le Festival Rose will shine a spotlight on the queer theatre talent this city has to offer and centre the queer voice that often gets straightened or silenced in mainstream pro…
 
We chatted with Amelia about the Women's March on Washington and its Montreal contingent.https://www.facebook.com/events/1711075705872620/Event details: "The purpose of this *non-violent*, *inclusive* and *intersectional* RALLY is to take a stand for and support women’s rights -- the rights of ALL women -- with women from all races, all religious c…
 
One week after the US election results, this workshop on grounding and containment is needed as ever. We had the chance to chat with Hannah Harris-Sutro on somatics, mental health, and healing. https://www.facebook.com/events/941142612657122/Hannah Harris-Sutro is a somatic counselor and doula whose background includes a decade of community support…
 
https://www.facebook.com/events/162628260810936/The Night is Not Enough is an Alternative Take Back the Night March. We chatted with Stacey and Jada from the Centre for Gender Advocacy about how this year's march centres inclusivity and why the night is NOT enough.بقلم Dragonroot Media
 
Dragonroot had the chance to speak with Dona and Malek of Sisters in Motion, a writing & poetry showcase by Black, Indigenous & Racialized Women and Femmes. ATTEND AND SUPPORT SEPTEMBER 7TH:https://www.facebook.com/events/283615482018607/بقلم Dragonroot Media
 
Corrina Hodgson, a playwright, talks about her newest play "Enough Already" that recounts the story of one woman with chronic pain. Corrina also discusses disability politics and the personal connection she has with her play.Then, in the last third of the show we talk to Ouroboros co-founders Hannah Harris-Sutro and Perneet Chohan about alternative…
 
Today we talk with Extreme States co-founders Carol TenBrink and Stephanie Lawrence. Extreme States is a spoken-word show that deals with a woman's mental breakdown and healing.The Fringe Festival in Montreal, where this show was performed in 2016, resumes the play in the following words:"Extreme states; rupture or rapture? A young woman experience…
 
Rami Yahia and Sabine Friesinger join us on the show this week to explain the meaning behind Nakba Day, discuss the possibility of peace in the resolution of the Palestine-Israeli conflict, and describe the importance of the BDS movement.Image source: https://i.ytimg.com/vi/uD5qBn7dv4c/hqdefault.jpgبقلم Dragonroot Media
 
This week we bring you an excerpt of the intersectional podcast Broad Science that talks about the way chronic pain is not treated as a legitimate illness, and how this intersects with female-specific illnesses being dismissed within medical institutions.Rackeb and Emily, the two women behind the series, are both completing their masters at McGill …
 
L'Euguélionne is a feminist and queer bookstore in Montreal that exists as a non-profit, multi-stakeholders cooperative. The bookstore's collection will contain a wide variety of works, ranging from zines to academic books to children's books. L'Euguélionne will serve as a meeting place, where workshops and meetings will take place. Stéphanie Dufre…
 
Nahla Abdo talks about how Imperialist Feminism views Palestinian women and their resistance to the Israeli military, Palestinian women's oppression, and the importance of land for native people, in this talk co-organized by the Simone de Beauvoir Institute and Israeli Apartheid Week in Montreal. In this second part Adbo focuses on the insider/outs…
 
Tiffany Ashoona, a Mi'kmaq Métis spoken word artist, peforms two pieces on our show and tells us about how she deserved spoken word. She has her own poetry website here, called "mimiges," mikmaq for "butterfly."Find more of her poetry and this image on her site here: http://mimigespoetry.wixsite.com/mimigespoetry…
 
In the first part, Jean Murray tells us about the case that pressured McGill University to develop a sexual assault policy and the struggle between activists and McGill University to instate a sexual assault policy.In the second part we hear an interview from 2012, in which Mike, a representative from the Centre for Gender Advocacy talks about the …
 
Nahla Abdo talks about how Imperialist Feminism views Palestinian women and their resistance to the Israeli military, Palestinian women's oppression, and the importance of land for native people, in this talk co-sponsored by the Simone de Beauvoir Institute and Israeli Apartheid Week in Montreal.Nahla Abdo's bio and picture from Carleton University…
 
This week we listen to a bit of music and chat with Stacey from the Centre for Gender Advocacy about the "Thick Skin" series - a month long event focusing on race.Image source: http://media.mcgill.ca/sites/media.mcgill.ca/files/afterghomeshiposter_apr4-page-001.jpgبقلم Dragonroot Media
 
CC:MTL is an all access weekend that celebrates the voices of innovative BIPOC (Black, Indigenous and People of Colour) in Canada. CC:MTL brings creatives together for conversations, hang outs, performances and parties. This festival is a chance to kick back, relax, inspire and be inspired. Arts, academia and popular culture will come together for …
 
Cette semaine-ci on vous présente un extrait d'un panel qui a pris place le 8 mars 2016, la Journée internationale de la femme, à Montréal. L'ancienne directrice du Comité pour les droits humains en Amérique latine parle de femmes en tant que portes-paroles de la résistance, la double-charge des femmes latines qui font face au machisme et au racism…
 
This week we're talking about vaginas! Listen to excerpts of the play The Vagina Monologues as performed by Marianopolis students, as well as their experiences putting on and performing the play. We apologize for the episode's abrupt ending. Sadly the last minute of the show was lost.The art used for this week's episode, created by Nicky Fernandes,…
 
This week on the show, we bring you an excerpt from the feminist media panel that was part of the Daily Publication Society and The Link's 2016 Student Journalism Week at McGill in Montreal. Learn more about what it's like to publish on everydayfeminism.com and accessiblity in media, among other things.…
 
*Support Femme Media*https://www.patreon.com/ChaiChatsChaiChats was born when 3 extroverted femmes decided their conversations on love, spirituality & healing were epic enough to be broadcast to the world.Dragonroot had the chance to sit down with the incredible people behind this podcast to discuss the inspiration behind it, emerging themes, and t…
 
Shanice Nicole is a Black feminist spoken word artist and educator. She discovered poetry in summer 2015 and now uses it as a form of healing and dreaming for social justice. We spoke with Shanice on Black Lives Matter and poetry as form of healing and social justice. More on Shanice and to follow:https://www.instagram.com/thatswhatshasaid/https://…
 
Dragonroot speaks with Cil, who is part of the Série d'ateliers sur le français neutre/dégenré. Ces ateliers s'adressent à toute personne désireuse d'en apprendre davantage sur les pratiques du langage non genré ou dégenré en Français et de contribuer à la discussion sur cette problématique en théorie comme en pratique.…
 
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