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Toast and Jams

Tuesday 9:00 am to 10:00 am
Wednesday 9:00 am to 10:00 am
Thursday 9:00 am to 10:00 am
Friday 9:00 am to 10:00 am

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SFU students take to the airwaves every week, spinning new and old underground favourites along with weather reports and SFU headlines.

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2014-12-10
Voices from Oppenheimer Tent City; Dignity and Harm Reduction
Toast and Jams preempted for Int'l Human Rights Days
We start our day with the UN Declaration of Human Rights.

Homes are a right: A collection of voices from Oppenheimer Tent City before, during and after the injunction to remove the homes/sites of protest in 2014. Voices include Audrey Siegel, Dan Wallace, the DTES's Mama Rose, and DJ Larkin, Pivot Legal Society. Produced by Samantha Parton.

Dignity is a right: Dan McPeake (Endeavours Mondays 5pm) speaks to Adrienne Smith about legal heroin in Vancouver, BC, where safe injection sites seek to reduce harm and increase dignity for injection drug users.

CJSF broadcasts on Unceded Coast Salish Airwaves.
For our Int'l Human Rights Day schedule and archives, visit bit.ly/IHDCJSF2014