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The Queerit Podcast shares with you the experiences of queer people passionate about technology. (Formerly the Quill Podcast)

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The Queerit Podcast shares with you the experiences of queer people passionate about technology. (Formerly the Quill Podcast)

    Interview: Kama La Mackerel

    Interview: Kama La Mackerel

    Kama La Mackerel is a tio’tia:ke/Montreal-based performer, poet, story-teller, community-arts facilitator and multi-disciplinary artist whose work explores aesthetic practices as forms of resilience, resistance and healing for marginalized communities. Using performance, poetry, story-telling, textiles, installations, water-colour and photography, Kama’s work is both deeply personal and political, articulating an anti-colonial praxis through cultural production.

    https://lamackerel.net/

    Interview: Lateef Martin

    Interview: Lateef Martin

    Lateef Martin is a multi-disciplinary artist, from music production and cosplaying to graphic design. He identifies as an illustrator with a taste for video games, comics, sci-fi and 80s Saturday morning cartoons. He is the founder of the Miscellaneum Studios production company , whose goal is to deliver great entertainment while representing people of color, women, the LGBTQ community and other marginalized communities in a non-stereotypical way. The first project is called Z’Isle, a comic book series set in Montreal 7 years after a zombie apocalypse. Presently on issue #5, a video game and soundtrack is presently under development.

    https://www.linkedin.com/in/lateef-martin-53938011

    Interview: Jennifer Kruidbos

    Interview: Jennifer Kruidbos

    Jen Kruidbos is passionate about movement, meditation, and essential oils.

    Interview: Leona Woodmass

    Interview: Leona Woodmass

    Leona is an educator, gardener, mother and grandmother living in rural Manitoba, Canada. She is a feminist, and an advocate for marginalized people. As a member of a group called Steinbach Neighbours for Community (SNC), she is working to open minds to LGBT people in her community.

    Interview: Kristin Norderval

    Interview: Kristin Norderval

    Kristin Norderval is a performer, composer and improviser whose career split between vocal performance and composition. She is interested in representing the stories of our time on stage, especially stories that further the cause of global human rights. She is in Montreal at the time of this episode for the premiere of her opera, The Trials of Patricia Isasa. She is performing the role of adult Patricia, and I am singing Young Patricia. Patricia Isasa was a 16-year old student union organizer when she was abducted by the Argentinian military government, tortured, and held without trial for 2 years. 30 years later, she brought her perpetrators to justice. Here’s my interview with Kristin Norderval.

    http://kristinnorderval.org/

    Interview: Lenore Herrem

    Interview: Lenore Herrem

    Lenore is a multitalented artist and social organizer who runs a low-key sewing business out of her home, among many other projects. She also heads up “Taking What We Need”, a collective that raises and distributes money to low-income transfeminine people in the Montreal area.

    https://www.facebook.com/takingwhatweneed/

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