All Women's Voices 2018
All Women’s Voices Day is a Radio Western tradition.
Wednesday, December 6th, 2018 is the 29th anniversary of the Montreal Massacre, the day when 14 women studying at École Polytechnique were murdered by a lone gunman.
In remembrance of that day Radio Western has been programming a special day of broadcasting for over 20 years called All Women’s Voices.
Radio Western is programming 24 hours of music, interviews, spoken word content, and live performances in our incredible studio.
All Women’s Voices will be broadcast on our FM signal at 94.9FM from 12AM until 11:59PM. Listen online at www.radiowestern.ca/stream.
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|12:00 am||#MeToo in the Scene||Listen Here|
|1:00 am||Dardasha Belarabi (Chatting in Arabic)||Dr. Kathy Watad||Suhair Mohammad, Varihan Alzaatari||Listen Here|
|2:00 am||Dardasha Belarabi (Chatting in Arabic)||Dr. Kathy Watad|
|2:45 am||Revkor - She Runs the World||Sara Mai Chitty||Angela Rivard||Listen Here|
|3:00 am||London Girls Rock Camp||Radio Western|
|4:00 am||London Girls Rock Camp||Radio Western|
|5:00 am||Alt Rock Women||Michelle Balderston|
|6:00 am||Alt Rock Women||Michelle Balderston|
|7:00 am||All Indigenous Women||Kim-meh Crawford|
|8:00 am||Patients are a Virtue||Pam Haasen||Zoe Letwin||Listen Here|
|8:30 am||Hope Mingled With War||Pam Haasen||Massara Bethoon||Listen Here|
|9:00 am||Hope Mingled With War||Massara Bethoon||Vian Raphael||Listen Here|
|10:00 am||Finding Your Women in London||Ashley Desjardine|
|10:30 am||The London Mob - All Women's Voices!||Oshi Rathnayake||Michelle Balderston, Sammy Roach||Listen Here|
|10:55 am||News||Taniya Sheikh|
|11:00 am||Moment of Silence|
|11:01 am||Women in Jazz||Gina Farrugia|
|12:00 pm||The Third Stone||Skye Sylvain|
|1:00 pm||Indigenous Women Making a Difference||Sara Mai Chitty||Sherri Doxtator, Elyssa Rose, Jenna Rose, Andrea Jibb||Listen Here|
|2:00 pm||REDress Project||Sara Mai Chitty||Listen Here|
|2:20 pm||Revkor - She Runs the World||Sara Mai Chitty||Angela Rivard||Listen Here|
|3:00 pm||Girl Groups Galore||Toria Obeng||Listen Here|
|4:00 pm||Kill Your Idols Feminist Talk Show Hour||Clara Benedek & Nicole Bardawill|
|5:00 pm||Women in Pinball||Sara Mai Chitty||Julie Dorssers||Listen Here|
|5:30 pm||Ladies, did you know?||Tobi Tayo||Listen Here|
|6:30 pm||Spectrum UWO - Queer Women on Campus||Pam Haasen||Zoe||Listen Here|
|7:00 pm||Dardasha Belarabi (Chatting in Arabic)||Dr. Kathy Watad||Listen Here|
|8:00 pm||Dardasha Belarabi (Chatting in Arabic)||Dr. Kathy Watad|
|8:45 pm||Miriam Walijiji poem||Sara Mai Chitty||Listen Here|
|9:00 pm||Political Rap - The Female MC||Sum -01|
|10:00 pm||In Her Voice - Hip Hop||staHHr||Part 1 Part 2|
|11:00 pm||Don't Push the River||Mehek Mazhar||Autumn Peltier||Listen Here|
|11:30 pm||Outlook||Kerry Kijewski||Listen Here|
All Women's Voices
Tune in to 94.9 Radio Western on Thursday December 6th for 24 hours of special where women and female-identifying individuals take over the airwaves!
Dr. Kathy Watad
I arrived to Canada a few years ago, carrying inside me passion, eagerness and enthusiasm for learning, growing, expanding and engaging. In fact, education and consulting were and still are my mission, not just work!
Back in Jerusalem, I dedicated almost twenty years in education, consulting and facilitation. I worked 18 years as a senior professor at the David Yellen Academic College for teachers .
Here in London, I did a lot of work with immigrants and refugees and I felt the huge need for guidance and consultation in family issues, parenting and educational - cultural challenges.
I decided to go ahead and to open my unique services for immigrants in general and for the Arab community in particular.
Zoe is a PhD student in Health & Rehabilitation Science, Health Professional Education. She graduated with a Masters in Professional Education (Curriculum & Pedagogy) from Western University and received a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Health Studies from Wilfrid Laurier University. She has extensive experience in medical education including working at the Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry coordinating courses for the Undergraduate Medical Education curriculum. Her doctoral research will include developing the curriculum for the Interprofessional Pain Management MClSc program. She is passionate about creating a culture of empathy in health education and life-long learning.
Sheri Doxtator is a citizen of and currently resides on the Oneida Nation of the Thames Settlement (located southwest of London, Ontario). She was elected to the position of Yehsʌnowá:nʌ (Elected Chief) in June 2014 for a two year term, ending in July 2016. From 2006 – 2010, Sheri D held the position of an Elected Council member of Oneida with pride and honour. She has sat on various committees, boards and as an executive level board member. Sheri held the seat of President of the Board of Directors for Twataya’Takenhas (pronounced DWA DAH YA DAH GIIN HAAS) Incorporated (a.k.a. TTI), the for-profit arm of the Oneida Nation of the Thames.
Sheri D’s work experience includes Fundraising, Economic Development, Business Development, Corporate Development, Entrepreneurship, Health Research and Administration. She has also worked along side some well-known First Nations leaders and leaders in science. To name a few previous employers: Chiefs of Ontario, Southern First Nations Secretariat, Can-Am Indian Friendship Centre, Bank of Montreal, London Health Sciences Centre, and the Association of Iroquois and Allied Indians. Most recently, Sheri D has continued on the entrepreneurial path working as a consultant at her own business, Doxtator Enterprises. She has also volunteered over years with local organizations. She is a proud Iroquois woman with a long history working for a brighter future for all generations to come.
Elyssa Rose is an Indigenous Advocacy Worker at Atlohsa Native Family Healing Services Inc.
Jenna Rose is an Ojibwe Cree woman who grew up and resides in London, Ontario, Canada. She is married to Jeffery, a man who is gifted in the art of all things related to plants. JR is a mum to the wild, kind and sweet Olive who is obsessed with kitties and stuffies. Jenna Rose has two brothers who travel and sing on the pow-wow trail as the Eagle Flight Singers, she is immensely proud of their voices and dedication to continuing to sing the songs of their father, the late Gordon Nicotine. Jenna Rose is the daughter of the fierce and ever wise Gail and they are more alike in temperament, humour and sass then they realise. Jenna Rose's first ideas of what is community came from spending much of her childhood on the pow-wow trail dancing with her rad cousins and friends.
Jenna Rose enjoys mastering a wide variety of skills and spends her free time growing food, canning, baking, cooking, knitting, painting and taking a sometimes annoying number of photographs.
Andrea Jibb is an Indigenous community planner at Atlohsa Native Family Healing Services.
Julie Dorssers won the women’s division of the 2017 Professional and Amateur Pinball Association (PAPA) world championships at the association’s world headquarters in Carnegie, Pa. outside Pittsburgh. A registered massage therapist, Dorssers beat about 50 other competitors to claim the crown. Her championship game totalled more than 250,000 points.
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Autumn Peltier is from the Wiikwemkoong Unceded Territory. She advocates for clean drinking in First Nations communities and across Mother Earth.
In short, Sum-01 (sum-one) kicks raps over dope beats. Her style; has yet to find a box to fit in. Her image; unique all to her own. Her influences; strong female emcee's from the early 90's. She raps, and DJ Hullewud spins her boom-bap sounds. Often jacking new school beats, blending with her old school sound. Sum-01 is a breath of fresh air. Her music resonates with Hip-Hop culture purists, aficionados, curators and devotees to old school sound.
staHHr has been perfecting her craft and honing her lyrical warrior skills since the latter part of hip hop’s” Golden Era”. Carving a niche for herself by interweaving intellect, natural law, metaphysics and social awareness with the essence of pure, unadulterated hip hop, she consistently provides a welcome breath of fresh air. No stranger to the elements and culture of hip hop, staHHr has earned stripes and sharpened her sword in street ciphers, mc battles (Blaze, The Source, Red Bull, etc.) and performing on local, national and global stages. During the course of her career, this verbal vanguard has accumulated a global fan base and an impressive resume of releases that include DOOM’s “Mm Food” and “Born Like This” and King Geedorah‘s “Take Me to Your Leader”.
Kerry is a writer and blogger. She was born visually impaired. She writes to make sense of the world around her. Without words she truly would be in the dark. She has a Certificate of Creative Writing and has written a novel for National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo). She had a short essay published on BREVITY's Nonfiction Blog and just recently she was included in a romance anthology. She is currently working on writing a memoir of her life.