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CFUV Speaks presents: Full Circle, a program featuring stories from around the Victoria community.

Latest Episodes

NIȽ TŦE ĆELÁṈEN ȽTE - It’s Our Heritage

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!

59 MINSEP 5
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NIȽ TŦE ĆELÁṈEN ȽTE - It’s Our Heritage

Currently Speaking: A Look at Victoria's Futures

Without imagining what we hope for in the future of our community, we can't progress towards it. On this episode we speak with a range of people to answer questions about what we want to see for the future.

52 MINAUG 29
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Currently Speaking: A Look at Victoria's Futures

Settler Mythologies and Chinatown

Victoria’s Chinatown is the oldest in Canada, so it makes sense that its filled with stories of the past. But how can we separate the exoticised and often racist versions of these tales from the truth? On this episode, we unpack some of the well known myths and tell the true history of Chinatown.

56 MINAUG 22
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Settler Mythologies and Chinatown

Women of Colour & Embodiment

On this episode, we explore the relationship between embodiment for Indigenous women and women of colour, and the ways that visual and performative art can be used as a space for empowerment. We think about gender performativity, historical portrayals of women of colour, and we speak with artists of colour in Victoria about how they reclaimed their own narratives.

58 MINAUG 15
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Women of Colour & Embodiment

Experiences of Blackness: Past, Present, Future

On this episode, we investigate how people in the black community navigate the overwhelming whiteness of Victoria, and explore the history of black folks in this city.

59 MINAUG 8
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Experiences of Blackness: Past, Present, Future

Burlesque: Indigenous, Black and Women of Colour Reclaiming Bodies

How are some women of colour in Victoria resisting white supremacy through embracing their sexuality? Burlesque. On this episode, we find out about the unknown history of women and colour and the origins of burlesque, and talk to members of the all POC burlesque troupe Shade about their journey.

50 MINAUG 1
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Burlesque: Indigenous, Black and Women of Colour Reclaiming Bodies

Where We Fit

Where do immigrants, refugees, settlers of colour fit on the continuum of colonization? How can we take guidance from Indigenous communities to be allies of Indigenous sovereignty and resurgence? These questions and others are explored in this episode.

56 MINJUL 26
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Where We Fit

Keeping the Fires Lit

Naming and using language is a sociopolitical act embedded in power. This episode is about how language can be a part of decolonizing practices and Indigenous resurgence. Featuring John Elliott, Jacqueline Jim, Eli Hirtle, and Troy Sebastian. This episode was brought to you by Open Space. https://openspace.ca/

57 MINJUL 18
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Keeping the Fires Lit

Full Circle New Season Trailer!

Stories from and about the community of black, Indigenous, and people of colour on Songhees, Wsanec, and Esquimalt territory (Victoria, BC). This program features a huge range of voices and covers topics from futureisms to burlesque.

2 MINMAR 19
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Full Circle New Season Trailer!

08 Sustainable Living in the City

This episode of Full Circle features how Victorians are moving toward sustainable living in their city. CFUV correspondent Mylestakes a tour of a piece of edible landscape with Royal Bay Bakery owner David Grove and Hatchet & Seed landscaper/owner Tayler Krawczyk. Full Circle host Jordan Baron sits down witharchitect Franc D'Ambrosio to talk sustainable architecture at one of his most beloved works in Victoria, the Atrium. CFUV hears the word from locals about a pair of bike lanes being constructed on Fort Street, and learns about the health and environmental benefits of bike lanes from the Greater Victoria Cycling Coalition. Content in the program was produced by CFUV's Podcasting Production Team. Music in this piece was composed and performed by Podington Bear. This program is proudly supported by Oak Bay Bikes, and the Community Radio Fund of Canada.

52 MIN2018 JAN 17
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08 Sustainable Living in the City

Latest Episodes

NIȽ TŦE ĆELÁṈEN ȽTE - It’s Our Heritage

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!

59 MINSEP 5
Comments
NIȽ TŦE ĆELÁṈEN ȽTE - It’s Our Heritage

Currently Speaking: A Look at Victoria's Futures

Without imagining what we hope for in the future of our community, we can't progress towards it. On this episode we speak with a range of people to answer questions about what we want to see for the future.

52 MINAUG 29
Comments
Currently Speaking: A Look at Victoria's Futures

Settler Mythologies and Chinatown

Victoria’s Chinatown is the oldest in Canada, so it makes sense that its filled with stories of the past. But how can we separate the exoticised and often racist versions of these tales from the truth? On this episode, we unpack some of the well known myths and tell the true history of Chinatown.

56 MINAUG 22
Comments
Settler Mythologies and Chinatown

Women of Colour & Embodiment

On this episode, we explore the relationship between embodiment for Indigenous women and women of colour, and the ways that visual and performative art can be used as a space for empowerment. We think about gender performativity, historical portrayals of women of colour, and we speak with artists of colour in Victoria about how they reclaimed their own narratives.

58 MINAUG 15
Comments
Women of Colour & Embodiment

Experiences of Blackness: Past, Present, Future

On this episode, we investigate how people in the black community navigate the overwhelming whiteness of Victoria, and explore the history of black folks in this city.

59 MINAUG 8
Comments
Experiences of Blackness: Past, Present, Future

Burlesque: Indigenous, Black and Women of Colour Reclaiming Bodies

How are some women of colour in Victoria resisting white supremacy through embracing their sexuality? Burlesque. On this episode, we find out about the unknown history of women and colour and the origins of burlesque, and talk to members of the all POC burlesque troupe Shade about their journey.

50 MINAUG 1
Comments
Burlesque: Indigenous, Black and Women of Colour Reclaiming Bodies

Where We Fit

Where do immigrants, refugees, settlers of colour fit on the continuum of colonization? How can we take guidance from Indigenous communities to be allies of Indigenous sovereignty and resurgence? These questions and others are explored in this episode.

56 MINJUL 26
Comments
Where We Fit

Keeping the Fires Lit

Naming and using language is a sociopolitical act embedded in power. This episode is about how language can be a part of decolonizing practices and Indigenous resurgence. Featuring John Elliott, Jacqueline Jim, Eli Hirtle, and Troy Sebastian. This episode was brought to you by Open Space. https://openspace.ca/

57 MINJUL 18
Comments
Keeping the Fires Lit

Full Circle New Season Trailer!

Stories from and about the community of black, Indigenous, and people of colour on Songhees, Wsanec, and Esquimalt territory (Victoria, BC). This program features a huge range of voices and covers topics from futureisms to burlesque.

2 MINMAR 19
Comments
Full Circle New Season Trailer!

08 Sustainable Living in the City

This episode of Full Circle features how Victorians are moving toward sustainable living in their city. CFUV correspondent Mylestakes a tour of a piece of edible landscape with Royal Bay Bakery owner David Grove and Hatchet & Seed landscaper/owner Tayler Krawczyk. Full Circle host Jordan Baron sits down witharchitect Franc D'Ambrosio to talk sustainable architecture at one of his most beloved works in Victoria, the Atrium. CFUV hears the word from locals about a pair of bike lanes being constructed on Fort Street, and learns about the health and environmental benefits of bike lanes from the Greater Victoria Cycling Coalition. Content in the program was produced by CFUV's Podcasting Production Team. Music in this piece was composed and performed by Podington Bear. This program is proudly supported by Oak Bay Bikes, and the Community Radio Fund of Canada.

52 MIN2018 JAN 17
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08 Sustainable Living in the City