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Adamant Eve is a bi-weekly grassroots feminist news show broadcasting from the studios of CJSR 88.5FM.

Adamant Eve CJSR 88.5 FM

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Adamant Eve is a bi-weekly grassroots feminist news show broadcasting from the studios of CJSR 88.5FM.

    FunDrive 2021: Feminist Witchy Obscurity

    FunDrive 2021: Feminist Witchy Obscurity

    We welcome the Adamant Eve team back from their summer break in this year's FunDrive theme, Radio Obscura, with the witchy, the occult, and the mythical! Hear from Rose-Eva Forgues-Jenkins, Autumn Moronchuk, Michelle Deng, Luis Cifuentes, and Wen Chan talk about all of the above, do their ritual of a Buzzfeed quiz, and share some obscure feminist facts.

    We could not make Adamant Eve happen without the support of CJSR 88.5 FM. Please consider donating to this year's FunDrive through CJSR's website (https://www.cjsr.com/donate/), by texting the word "CJSR" to 41010 to donate $10, or by calling our spectacular volunteers at 780-492-2577 ext 0. Every dollar counts and we appreciate your continued support by tuning-in to our show!

    Music by:
    Albino Ghost Monkey - Halloween (https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Dr_Von_Pnok/Microhorror_Compilation_Vol2/Halloween_1414)
    Augustin C - Feriae Craft the Witch (https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Augustin_C/Fantasy_Music/Feriae_Craft_the_Witch_1684)

    • 59 min
    Feminism and tattoos: part 2 with Pansy Poke collective and collaboration with Gaywire

    Feminism and tattoos: part 2 with Pansy Poke collective and collaboration with Gaywire

    In this episode we’re featuring part 2 of our interview with Pansy Poke collective, as well as a discussion between Adamant Eve and Gaywire producers. First the artists at Pansy Poke tattoos tell us about the ways that they are breaking down some of the toxic behaviours that are prevalent in the tattooing industry.

    • 29 min
    Feminism and tattoos: part 1 of our interview with pansy poke collective

    Feminism and tattoos: part 1 of our interview with pansy poke collective

    In this episode Rose-Eva interviews the pansy poke tattooing collective about feminism and tattoos. Charlie, Deen and Kayla talk about how pansy poke came to be, and how they created a safe and accessible space for everyone, as well as the ways that tattoos can be a powerful way for people to reclaim and feel empowered in their bodies.

    Hosting by Autumn Moronchuk

    • 27 min
    Walls of Colour

    Walls of Colour

    We interviewed Yazmin, a community leader who is developing a community mural to strengthen the relations between immigrant and indigenous communities.

    • 22 min
    Hungry for Food Justice

    Hungry for Food Justice

    On the airwaves today, we will hear from Kyla Pascal and Kathryn Lennon -- the co-editors of Hungry Zine, a new zine centered around food justice stories from diverse identities absent from mainstream food media. We will hear why this Zine is a place of conversation, connection, and resistance for more complex, nuanced, and community-driven dialogue and stories on everything food brings and creates.

    • 28 min
    Radio Eve: feminist melodies for 2021

    Radio Eve: feminist melodies for 2021

    Join our producers as we share some of our favourite tunes that we've been listening to lately! Autumn, Michelle, Wen and Luis share some songs for us to listen to, let us know what these songs mean to them and the team shares their thoughts on the songs as well. First, Autumn explains why Kimya Dawson's 2006 track I Like Giants has been a feminist anthem for her throughout the years. Then Michelle explains the power behind FKA Twigs magnum opus, mary magdelene off of the album of the same name. Next, Wen introduces us to an up and coming Canadian band made up of two trans women known as Black Dresses as we listen to their track entitled IM A FREAK CUZ IM ALWAYS FREAKED OUT off of their album Peaceful as Hell. Last but not least, Luis explains the legacy of Argentinian singer Mercedes Sosa and shares her song Me Gustan Los Estudiantes from her 1971 album Homenaje a Violeta Parra. Enjoy!

    • 29 min

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