This episode of GroundWire was produced on Unceded Coast Salish Territory at CJSF in Burnaby BC.
-National Campus and Community Radio Conference preview, featuring Robyn Spilker, conference coordinator at CFUV (produced by Maegan Thomas, CJSF);
-Supreme Court Upholds Security Certificate Regime, featuring Carmen Chung, senior counsel, BC Civil Liberties Assoc. (produced by Frieda Werden, CJSF);
-Shawn Atleo resigns as National Chief of Assembly of First Nations, featuring former Vice Chief Bill Wilson (interviewed by Gunargie O’Sullivan, CFRO), and William Lindsey, director, Simon Fraser University’s Office of Aboriginal Peoples (produced by Maegan Thomas).
-Two Canadians, Journalist Mohamed Fahmy and Khaled Al Qazzaz are detained in Egypt during the elections and descent in increasingly criminalized. - Sources are Ehab Lotayef and Samaa Elibyari from ECCD, and Sarah Sattia, the wife of Khaled Al Qazzaz. (produced by Amelie Phillipson of CKUT)
-BC Apology for Anti-Chinese Discrimination, featuring BC Premier Christy Clark, and Sid Tan, community media producer and activist (produced by Frieda Werden of CJSF)
-Mothers Against Borders, featuring Ivonne Hernandez, mother facing deporation; Solidarity Across Borders member Bruneau; unnamed Solidarity Across Borders organizer; immigrant mother, Renate.(produced by Clementine Koenig of CKUT)
Community Radio Report:
-3rd Annual Record Store Day, featuring Maegan Thomas and Jesse Wentzloff from CJSF; Ben Frith, operator at Neptune Records; and Narduar, radio personality from CITR)
Program Narrator: Nina Halliday-Thompson, CJSF.
Groundwire Series Coordinator, Carly Forbes.