Powered by Age (PBA) Podcast at 411 – Our 110th Zoomcast (June 9, 2022)

Our host #CharlotteSistaCFerrell reminds listeners that today’s readings will become part of our free, easy listening SPINS.

Neall celebrates diversity and tolerance with his poems There is Room Here and On the Train.

#CharlotteSistaCFerrell celebrates June as the month of love and weddings with her poems Love Notes on Life and How Beautiful it Is from her book Heart Balm Just for You

In recognition of Indigenous History Month, Lesley Hebert reads her poem Hunter Gatherer. We listen to Indigenous hip hop artists JB The First Lady talking about her poem Still Here and an interview with MOA Pacific Northwest curator Jennifer Kramer about the installation Even Though I’m the Last I Still Count by Musgamakw Dzawada’enuxw artist/activist Marianne Nicholson.

Jeannie Kamins shares her impressions of the new MOA exhibit Xicanx and encourages listeners to attend. Jeannie reads an extract from her book Forty Years of the Vancouver Folk Music Festival. To obtain a copy contact jeanniekammins@telus.net or Charlotte Ferrell at pbaafc.@gmail.com

Sponsored by the 411 Seniors Centre Society; The Government of Canada: New Horizons Grant; and G & F Financial.

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