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PULSE is a zine created annually by the Students of Colour Collective (SOCC) at the University of Victoria. The zine aims to celebrate our communities, and provide an outlet for BIPOC to share their experiences, stories and artistry. This year, the PULSE zine includes a podcast component, in collaboration with CFUV 101.9FM, wherein each episode we sit down with a BIPOC artist who is featured in this year's edition of PULSE, to talk about art, the importance of community, and what compels the ...
 
Dene means people, and Dene Talk is just that; it’s a podcast talking to Indigenous people and listening to their stories. On this podcast you’ll hear from writers, burlesque dancers, psychologists, artists, land defenders, full spectrum birth workers, and storytellers, and we delve into contemporary issues facing Indigenous peoples. Dene Talk doesn’t shy away from the nitty gritty of the violence and dispossession Indigenous peoples face from coast to coast to coast, but the podcast seeks t ...
 
A biweekly podcast produced by CFUV’s friends across the hall and Uvic’s independent campus newspaper, The Martlet! Created on the traditional unceded territories of the WSANEC and Lkwungen people. The Martlet Pod is a collaborative project between The Martlet & CFUV and aims to let you listen to your local news wherever you listen to podcasts. The Martlet Pod is produced by Laura Smith. Image by Darian Colpitts.
 
ÍY SȻÁĆL HÁLE, Nick TŦE NE SNÁ ĆSE LÁ,E SEN EṮ W̱SÁNEĆ, ĆSE LÁ,E SEN EṮ TŦE BOḰEĆEN ÁLELEṈs. Good day everyone, My name is Nick I am from Saanich and I am from the Pauquachin Nation. This is W̱ILṈEW̱ Radio on CFUV 101.9FM. W̱ILṈEW̱ Radio translates to Indigenous Radio. It is a Indigenous show that features Indigenous: Musicians, Story telling, Artists, Language revitalization, Careers, Plant knowledge and more. W̱ILṈEW̱ Radio was made possible with support from the Government of Canada
 
All-Access provides a look into the work of musicians from around Victoria and farther. Interviews with artists from all genres and members of the musical community give a glimpse of what makes and breaks a musician in metropolitan British Columbia.
 
NDNs on the Airwaves was developed from the need to know more about the recent history of native radio, the current state of native radio and where native radio is going in the future. This series gives voice to those who are passionate producers of radio, grateful musicians and individuals who help us understand how radio both reflects and shapes Indigenous cultures all across our territories. There is a common thread tying it all together, and that is Indigenous voices. This series offers ...
 
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In this episode, host Neha Saxena sits down with 𝗞𝗮𝗿𝗶𝘀𝘀𝗮 𝗖𝗵𝗮𝗻𝗱𝗿𝗮𝗸𝗮𝘁𝗲, an Indo-Caribbean visual artist and photographer born in Trinidad and Tobago. Karissa talks about decolonizing artistry, cultural appropriation, and her work with Indigenous communities. Karissa’s illustration titled, ‘Sita’ is featured in this year's PULSE zine.…
 
In this episode; Dominique continues her review into the whole-scale and continued impacts of COVID-19 on the student and campus experience. From the initial toilet paper hoarding, to the original "it'll blow over by the end of the year" join Dominique in diving into the what and how of UVic's adaptation to COVID-19. This episode features the adapt…
 
This Episode is part 2 in a two parter detailing women’s experiences with abuse and harassment in Ballet right here in Victoria. We sit down with local women (anonymously) to hear their experiences at Ballet Victoria. This Episode is part 2 in a two parter detailing women’s experiences with abuse and harassment in Ballet.…
 
This week Laura sits down with senior Martlet writer Kiley Verbowski to talk about the Martlet's upcoming issue focusing on sex, sexuality, and gender; we'll hear an update on Uvic's Chair in Transgender Studies; and Laura talks to the Students of Colour Collective about what they've got planned for Black History Month.…
 
In 2015, The Royal Winnipeg Ballet made headlines across Canada when news broke that multiple women were accusing Bruce Monk, a choreographer and teacher of coercing them into taking nude or semi nude photos when they were underaged students at the school. We sit down with two of the women, Sarah Doucet and Serena McCarroll, currently leading a cla…
 
In this episode, Laura chats with editor in chief, Kate Korte, about UVic's investments - and what the on campus group Divest UVic has to say about it, as well as looks at MSP raises for international students, UVic's esports community, and a new approach to ending sheltering in parks.By The Martlet, CFUV
 
In this episode Taiwo sits down with Dennis Gupa - a PhD Candidate in the Theatre Department. Dennis explores how indigenous performance and human settlements are affected by the onslaught of modernities and colonialism. Beyond the Jargon is a podcast produced with support from the Uvic Graduate Student Society. Each season sees a Grad Student here…
 
In this very special episode; Taiwo chats with Leah Tidey, a PhD Candidate in the Department of Theatre, University of Victoria. Leah does research in Qualitative Social Research and Performing Arts. Taiwo - who's research is also in Applied Theatre as a vehicle for social change - and Leah discuss the convergence and intersections their two resear…
 
In this episode; Taiwo interviews Stephanie Grukhle. Stephanie is a Master's student in the Department of Political Science and her research focuses on the international effort to eradicate sex trafficking, particularly within a European context. Beyond the Jargon is a podcast produced with support from the Uvic Graduate Student Society. Each seaso…
 
Taiwo chats with Smith Oduro-Marfo, a PhD Candidate in the Department of Political Science. Smith's research explores surveillance, privacy, and identification systems in Africa - and how they interact with the concept of development. Beyond the Jargon is a podcast produced with support from the Uvic Graduate Student Society. Each season sees a Gra…
 
Taiwo sits down with Nicole Bates-Eamer, a PhD Candidate in the Department of Political Science, whose research explores the intersection between climate change and the movement of people (voluntary migration and involuntary displacement). Beyond the Jargon is a podcast produced with support from the Uvic Graduate Student Society. Each season sees …
 
This time, Taiwo talks to Ambreen Shehzad Hussaini, a PhD cadidate in the department of Art History and Visual Studies, about her research into contemporary artistic expressions of the Qur'an. Beyond the Jargon is a podcast produced with support from the Uvic Graduate Student Society. Each season sees a Grad Student here at Uvic explore and discuss…
 
In this episode, Taiwo explores the work of Lynn Ng Yu Lin, a PhD Candidate in the department of Political Science and her research into the concept of foreign domestic workers working in senior-care in Singapore and the world. Beyond the Jargon is a podcast produced with support from the Uvic Graduate Student Society. Each season sees a Grad Stude…
 
In this episode, we join Alby Berticević Nicols, an autistic, agender economics student who is also an activist. Alby discusses their research how economic systems are influenced by gender norms and social hierarchies. The results, such as matriarchal and eglatarian systems when used in practice, offer an interesting set of answers. Beyond the Jarg…
 
In this episode of Beyond the Jargon, we meet Elaine Laberge, a PHD student in Sociology. Taiwo Afolabi and Elaine discuss the lived experiences of inter-generational and inter-sectional poverty and how to support students coming from this background. Beyond the Jargon is a podcast produced with support from the Uvic Graduate Student Society. Each …
 
We join Tara Brosschot, who traveled all the way from the Netherlands to study biology here at UVIC. In this episode, she discusses her research on parasitic worms (or helminths) and how they affect your susceptibility to infection as well as how our body works. What inspired her interest in studying something so scary but so fascinating? Beyond th…
 
In this episode: Taiwo meets Tanya Manning-Lewis, 3rd year PHD student in the department of curriculum and instruction with a focus on language and literacy. Taiwo and Tanya discuss the use of Jamaican patois in regards to gender, literacy, and race. Beyond the Jargon is a podcast produced with support from the Uvic Graduate Student Society. Each s…
 
In this episode: The concept of valuing humanity above all other organisms of an ecosystem are examined. The truth about the demonstrations that paralyzed the CN rail and shipping systems across Canada are also revealed. Featuring: David Suzuki, Kolin Sutherland-Wilson, Tyendinaga Mohawk Leader Kanenhariyo, Taiaiake Alfred and Suzanne Smoke. Clips …
 
ÍY SȻÁĆEL HÁLE! Good day everyone!This episode is about traditional practices and keeping them alive. I interview a man from W̱SÁNEĆ who races and paddles on traditional war canoes, I ask him about the history and some of the changes through the years. I also interview a Inuit woman who has helped bring back traditional Inuit tattooing within her f…
 
ÍY SȻÁĆEL HÁLE! Good day everyone!This episode is all about indigenous languages, the United Nations declared 2019 as the year of indigenous languages and I wanted to highlight that in this episode. I chat with indigenous language warriors who speak Lekwungen, SENĆOŦEN, Nuu-chah-nulth, Tahltan, Cree and Dene (Northwest Territories). I ask them abou…
 
ÍY SȻÁĆEL HÁLE! Good day everyone! This episode is all about local indigenous food sovereignty. Peter Underwood and I have collaborated on this episode. We interviewed elders and community activists from the local communities of W̱SÁNEĆ and Lekwungen. We learn about plants, medicines, clam harvesting, camas harvesting, plant restoration and more!…
 
ÍY SȻÁĆEL HÁLE! Good day everyone! This episode is all about local indigenous food sovereignty. Peter Underwood and I have collaborated on this episode. We interviewed elders and community activists from the local communities of W̱SÁNEĆ and Lekwungen. We learn about plants, medicines, clam harvesting, camas harvesting, plant restoration and more!…
 
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