Speak Up, Listen Up, Act Upon Future Playlists:

Speak Up, Listen Up, Act Upon playlist for 08/05/2022
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Manu Dibango Soul Makossa Soul Makossa
Sam Smith Time After Time (Live at Abbey Road Studios)
Ike & Tina Turner Proud Mary Workin' Together
Charlotte Cornfield Partner in Crime Highs in the Minuses
George Benson Give Me the Night Give Me the Night
Program Audio: 

Sista C Interviews Lisa Futrell, an International Travel Consultant Speaks  with Sista C about enjoying travel by land or sea; intergenerational experiences; addressing accessibility; and 3 ways to prepare for possible delays.

 

  • Posted on: 5 August 2022
  • By: cjsfpa
Speak Up, Listen Up, Act Upon playlist for 07/29/2022
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Program Audio: 
Speaking of Transitions
Host Charlotte Sista C Ferrell interviews lifelong educator, Dr. Ramona Srinivasan about wise ways of making transition throughout the lifecycle. Hear how she weathered and now counsels others on ways of shifting your mindset when encountering different religious, cultural, marital, and intergenerational customs or expectations. We discuss Dr. Ramona's journey as a semi-retired University professor who still has students from India and Canada contacting her and welcoming her advice regarding transitions they are now experiencing.

 

  • Posted on: 29 July 2022
  • By: cjsfpa
Speak Up, Listen Up, Act Upon playlist for 07/15/2022
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Program Audio: 

Sista C presents a rebroadcast of a PBA Podcast recording from last September: S3 E21 – The Why, What and When of Important Senior Issues

Our 71st Zoomcast (September 9, 2021);

Charlotte introduces Marion Pollack, 411 Senior Centre Society Chair and seniors’ advocate, who outlines key election issues, emphasizing national standards for affordable long term care; increased community-based funding for senior housing; affordable health and Pharmacare. Marion encourages listeners to vote and to consider joining the 411 Centre Seniors’ Issues Committee. For information, phone (604) 684-8171.

Our other guest–environmental activist, Susan Gage—enlightens us about elder and intergenerational protests at the Fairy Creek old growth logging site and ongoing court cases against logging companies and the RCMP. Susan believes it is both a privilege and a responsibility for elders to play key roles in environmental activism. Our online ‘zoomsters’ echoed these concerns and expressed interest in joining letter writing or other advocacy efforts to get more healthy brain and mental health programs for seniors; reducing the 2 year wait for subsidized housing; and universal, affordable daycare for young families to ease this burden on grandparents.. .

Neall Ryon, Nansey Sinclair and Lesley Hebert read Neall’s multi-voice performance piece The Alien, a short story with a big nudge to consider how we treat others. Host, #CharlotteSistaCFerrell notes that stories and poems are powerful advocacy tools and welcomes more. Next week we will be celebrating our 75th Episode.

 

  • Posted on: 15 July 2022
  • By: cjsfpa
Speak Up, Listen Up, Act Upon playlist for 05/27/2022
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Program Audio: 

robin eriksson steps in to guest host the Powered By Age podcast for Charlotte which is also this episode of SULUAU. The small group discussion focuses on what is buzzing in our lives, and what we are tending to as spring blooms into the fullness of June and summer (hopefully!).  

  • Posted on: 31 May 2022
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up, Listen Up, Act Upon playlist for 04/29/2022
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Meet Relationship Coach, Cheryl Guidry, WHNP (Special PBA Guest Apr 27)
Cheryl is the founder of Safe Dating Over 50, who helps single women over fifty who are ready to move past previous relationship challenges, create more gratifying relationships and attract true love, through individual and group coaching. As a wholistic nurse practitioner, Cheryl has been a women’s health
expert 17 years. She is a #1 Amazon Best-selling contributing author in the anthology, Empowerpreneurs, and an inspirational, international speaker in the realm of health and relationships.

Feel free to stay connected with Cheryl on social media at
 https://www.linkedin.com/in/cherylguidry/
https://www.facebook.com/groups/realtalkcherylguidry
Club house – Cheryl Guidry @datingover50
email Cheryl@safedatingover50.com
http://www.safedatingover50.com

  • Posted on: 29 April 2022
  • By: cjsfpa
Speak Up, Listen Up, Act Upon playlist for 04/22/2022
Artist Title Album Label Link
Manu Dibango Soul Makossa Soul Makossa
KellyLee Evans Hands Up Come On
Charlotte "Sista C" Ferrell Love Time, Poem Time Just For You
Program Audio: 

Sista C shares another episode of the Powered By Age Podcast: Poems of Intimacy

Our host #CharlotteSistaCFerrell announces our continued celebration of National Poetry Month and invites Lesley Hebert to read her poem Inner Child. In response, Neall Ryon reads Talk to
the Child from his book From the Other Side.

Yoshimi reads her poem Blood Lines and tells us about the mentoring she received from the poet who inspired it.

Jeannie Kamins shares a poem she wrote to her husband on Valentine’s Day, the poem he wrote in response, and the ceramic memorabilia box she keeps them in. Neall Ryon responds with his poem Intimacy.

Charlotte reads her poem Integrals of Life on intimacy with nature. We engage in free ranging discussions about intimacy with self and others and the concept of Intention Healing.

Charlotte highlights upcoming PBA sessions and encourages us to record a SPIN - story, poem, interview, or ‘novelty’- item for the PBA website. Contact her at pbaafc@gmail.com.

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

  • Posted on: 22 April 2022
  • By: cjsfpa
Speak Up, Listen Up, Act Upon playlist for 04/08/2022
Artist Title Album Label Link
Manu Dibango Soul Makossa Soul Makossa
K!mmortal K I'm Mortal Single
Charlotte "Sista C" Ferrell Heart of My Heart Just for You
Charlotte "Sista C" Ferrell Love Time, Poem Time Just for You
Program Audio: 

Charlotte shares episode 101 of the Powered By Age Podcast:

Our host #CharlotteSistaCFerrell announces that PBA will be celebrating National Poetry Month throughout April and expressing its theme “Speaking of Intimacy,“  and invites us to share images and thoughts about partner, personal, family, community and spiritual intimacy.

We discuss the importance of trust for emotional and physical intimacy.

Presenting a familiar type of intimacy, #CharlotteSistaCFerrell reads Love Time, Poem Time, for her book Heart Balm - Just For You.

Lesley Hebert reads her culinary oriented poem, Love Apples, and Neall Ryon reads his poems Intimacy and In the Stillness,

Dr. Ramona Srinivasan reads Dear Lover and Someone from Shilpa Sekha’s book Echoes of Silence.

#CharlotteSistaCFerrell plays her spoken word poem, Heart of my Heart - an appeal to a heart that has retreated from intimacy. Available on You Tube, Just for You, Jazzy Spoken Word.

We discuss poetry as an act of intimacy with ourselves and Lesley reads A Jug of Wine, A Loaf of Bread and Thou from the Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam. Neall closes with Rumi’s poem True
Love.

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

  • Posted on: 8 April 2022
  • By: cjsfpa
Speak Up, Listen Up, Act Upon playlist for 03/25/2022
Artist Title Album Label Link
Manu Dibango Soul Makossa Soul Makossa
Charlotte 'Sista C' Ferrell Love Time, Poem Time Just for You
Program Audio: 

Sista C presents episode 99 of the Powered by Age: Age-Friendly City Podcast: Healing Through Smell and Touch

Our host #CharlotteSistaCFerrell welcomes us to our continuing celebration of International Women’s History Month and its theme #Breakthebias. Our featured presenters share how they broke dual biases against discontinuing traditional nursing to master extensive new skills and knowledge required for multi-discipline holistic health practitioners.

Rohanna Goodwin-Smith, author of the new book, Scent and Soul, reveals the boldness required to retire as a RN then delve into researching the essential functions of the sense of smell and becoming a registered aromatherapist. She shares a wealth of information on the essential roles our sense of smell plays in health or healing.

Yoshimi Yokano describes the biases and scorn she faced when she gave up her nursing career to become a therapeutic massage practitioner. She reads her poem Healing Work and stresses the importance of having family members understand and support what you love to do and getting in touch with our innate healing powers.

Neall Ryon reads I am Tomorrow, his poem about the impact our lifestyles have on our health.

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

  • Posted on: 25 March 2022
  • By: cjsfpa
Speak Up, Listen Up, Act Upon playlist for 03/18/2022
Artist Title Album Label Link
Manu Dibango Soul Makossa Soul Makossa
Charlotte 'Sista C' Ferrell Love Time, Poem Time Just for You
Program Audio: 

Sista C presents another episode of the Powered By Age Podcast, about women who are Breaking Barriers through their activism.

  • Posted on: 18 March 2022
  • By: cjsfpa
Speak Up, Listen Up, Act Upon playlist for 03/11/2022
Artist Title Album Label Link
Manu Dibango Soul Makossa Soul Makossa
Charlotte 'Sista C' Ferrell Love Time, Poem Time Just for You
Program Audio: 

Sista C presents an episode of the Powered By Age Podcast, featuring presentations by women entrepeneurs about Breaking the Bias.

  • Posted on: 11 March 2022
  • By: cjsfpa
Speak Up, Listen Up, Act Upon playlist for 02/25/2022
Artist Title Album Label Link
Manu Dibango Soul Makossa Soul Makossa
Committed Lift Every Voice and Sing Single
Charlotte "Sista C" Ferrell Love Time, Poem Time Just for You
Program Audio: 

SIsta C presents another episode of the Powered By Age Podcast:

S3 E45 - Our 95th Zoomcast (February 24, 2022);

Our host #CharlotteSistaCFerrell welcomes us to Canada’s longest running senior led podcast.

For this week’s “breaking news”, Maggie Taylor from 411 Senior Centre Income Tax Clinic talks about this free volunteer service. She answers questions and advises seniors to file by the April 30 deadline to ensure continuation of benefits such as SAFER and GIS. Gather all your information slips and phone 604 684 3171 to book an appointment. Listeners outside of Vancouver can get information about free income tax preparation for seniors in other places.

To celebrate Neall Ryon’s 82nd  birthday, Dr. Ramona Srinivasen sings Nat King Cole’s’ You Will Never Grow Old and #CharlotteSistaCFerrell engages us in her call and response poem Neall is Always On.

Prompted by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, Neill Ryon reads his poem Hard Time Done Come, followed by the more positive poems Forgiveness and Siddhartha by the River.

Our new podcaster Amandeep Randhawa leads us in a series of yoga exercises and stretches. She offers Zoom classes every day from 8-9 a.m. Pacific Time (11-12 am Toronto time). For more information contact Charlotte Ferrell at pbaafc@gmail.com.
 

#CharlotteSistaCFerrell invites listeners to email her at pbaafc@gmail.com for an invitation to to join our Women’s History Month presentations beginning March 3, as well as our 100th episode celebration at the end of March.

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

  • Posted on: 25 February 2022
  • By: cjsfpa
Speak Up, Listen Up, Act Upon playlist for 02/11/2022
Artist Title Album Label Link
Manu Dibango Soul Makossa Soul Makossa
Charlotte 'Sista C' Ferrell Love Time, Poem Time Just for You
Program Audio: 

Charlotte presents another episode of Powered By Age, featuring poems and readings to celebrate Black History Month

  • Posted on: 11 February 2022
  • By: cjsfpa
Speak Up, Listen Up, Act Upon playlist for 12/10/2021
Artist Title Album Label Link
Hezekiah Walker Grateful
Program Audio: 

Another episode of the PBA podcast from Sista C:

Host Charlotte Sista C Ferrell introduces our theme for today, Gratitude, and welcomes 411 Centre Board member Jeannie Kammins, who shares a poem incorporating all the things she is
grateful for.

Lesley Hebert reads her poem A Posy of Gratitude.

Ramona Srinivasan tells us the story of how her brother’s unfortunate accident led to her meeting her husband.

Charlotte reads her poem Thank you for Being my Children from her book From Pillows to Pillars.

Neill Ryon shares his story, Grateful for the Dishes, and reads In Appreciation, a poem from his book From the Other Side.

We discuss how hearing each others’ expressions of gratitude increased our appreciation for all the conveniences and choices we have and how it reduces stress and anxiety.

Jeannie announces the 411 Centre’s free Christmas decoration workshop on December 13, 10:30 to noon, and the December 22 Holiday Celebration. Call 604 684 8171 for reservations as
numbers are limited. This is also the number to call for information and referral services or to become a member and/or volunteer.

Charlotte invites listeners to check out the ”S.P.I.N.”- Easy Listening segments on the PoweredbyAge.com website and to contact her at pbaafc@gmail.com to receive invitations and
reminders to participate in our weekly Thursday podcast creation meetings.

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

  • Posted on: 10 December 2021
  • By: cjsfpa
Speak Up, Listen Up, Act Upon playlist for 12/03/2021
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Program Audio: 

Sista C shares Episode 83 of the PBA podcast:

Host, #CharlotteSistaCFerrell introduces David Handelman, Chair of the 411 Seniors’ Programme and Membership Committee, and a longstanding Board Member. He announces the
launch of Telus Internet for Good -the second phase of Telus programmes that reflect positive reception to the appeals by 411 and other senior centers to make mobile phone and internet
services more affordable for low-income seniors.
The main event for today’s podcast is Your Beautiful Brain, facilitated by Ramona Srinivasan who leads off with fun facts on Brain Health and ways to improve it. Charlotte talks about the
functions of different areas of the brain. and we discuss practices that support them. Ramona elicits comments on the powerful ways expressing gratitude nurtures our brains. Charlotte invites
all listeners to write a gratitude story, poem, or another expression to share next week. (Dec 9) .

  • Posted on: 3 December 2021
  • By: cjsfpa
Speak Up, Listen Up, Act Upon playlist for 11/19/2021
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Program Audio: 

Another episode of the Powered By Age Podcast:

S3 E31 – Introducing the STAR Institute

Host, Charlotte Ferrell Introduces special guests Andrew Sixsmith and Hannah Shin of SFU’s STAR Institute who describe the community-based research they are conducting with the 411 Seniors’ Centre on the digital divide and accessible technology. They highlight the value of having a researcher onsite, assisting 411 Center volunteers with the arduous task of helping seniors install the Covid-19 vaccination QR code on their phones, and documenting other priority issues.

We discuss issues around the Provincial government roll out of the Covid-19 vaccination card, and the importance of providing immediate feedback to governmental and business entities that seniors (and others) need alternative-non digital ways of receiving vital information.

Information on the STAR Institute can be found at https://www.sfu.ca/starinstitute.html
Information on the Institute’s study on the BC vaccine card rollout is here: http://www.sfu.ca/starinstitute/about/institute-activities/responding-to-the-bc-vaccine-card-rollout.html

For a printed copy of the survey or to share questions and concerns, contact Hannah Shin by email hannah_shin@sfu.ca or by phone her at 250-580-3719.

Charlotte encouraged listeners to visit the 411 Seniors Centre Society, which serves all BC seniors, at 333 Terminal Avenue. Phone (604) 684-817l for an appointment to use the computer resource centre or for assistance on immigration, income tax, housing and other services.

  • Posted on: 25 November 2021
  • By: cjsfpa
Speak Up, Listen Up, Act Upon playlist for 10/29/2021
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Program Audio: 

Episode 78 of the PBA Podcast:

Powered by Age: Age-Friendly City Podcast (S3 E28). Our 78th Zoomcast October 28,
2021; Putting out Your Best Voice Possible. Hosted by #CharlotteSistaCFerrell

Charlotte updates the goal for exploring ways to “put our best voices possible” in reading or
creative writing is to increase opportunities to have our work published as audio books or
included in “listening sessions” hosted on websites, such as PBA or community radio stations,
such as CJSF. She invites us to introduce ourselves with a notable event associated with the date
on a coin, and to describe the types of writing we enjoy doing. We share feedback on an exercise
where we read short segment of our own, or others’ work.

Lesley Hebert plays with reading part of her travel story Soccer Fever at different speeds, and
reads it normally later in the podcast.

Neill Ryon repeats the exercise with an extract from The Artists Way by Judith Cameron and we
discuss the goals of these reading exercises.

We give Delsa Degait feedback on a reading of Sad Guru’s advice on fear, anxiety and
insecurity.
We discuss an audio clip from Becoming by Michelle Obama.

Neill read part of his short story Universum Fabulum.

Charlotte provides ideas on how to use collaboration to meet the challenges of self-publishing
and recording audio books – two potentially income-generating activities several of our
podcasters have expressed a desire to pursue.

Sponsored by the 411 Seniors Centre Society; The Government of Canada-New Horizons
Program; and G and F Financial Group,

  • Posted on: 29 October 2021
  • By: cjsfpa
Speak Up, Listen Up, Act Upon playlist for 10/01/2021
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Program Audio: 

Sista C shares an episode of the Powered By Age podcast, including an acknowledgement and discussion of the National Day for Truth & Reconciliation (Sep 30); a reading of the proclamation of the Interational Day of Older Persons (October 1); and a workshop for writing Tribute Poems.

  • Posted on: 1 October 2021
  • By: cjsfpa
Speak Up, Listen Up, Act Upon playlist for 08/27/2021
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Program Audio: 

Sista C presents another episode of the Powered By Age Podcast, one that will help shake that story poem or book “out of you”. Authors Una Bruhns and Lesley Hebert share tips and examples of ways they’ve

* Blasted writers’ block

* Found surprising sources of information orinspiration

*Sped up writingprogress through readers’ groups

*Given their work a loving “send off” to publishers and thepublic

Author/Host Charlotte Sista C Ferrell also gives you a Writing Prompt with a tune that will energize you to engage

 

  • Posted on: 27 August 2021
  • By: cjsfpa
Speak Up, Listen Up, Act Upon playlist for 08/20/2021
Artist Title Album Label Link
Charlotte 'SIsta C' Ferrell Love Time Poem Time Just for You
Program Audio: 

Today's SULUAU is another episode of the PBA Podcast:

We are going to learn the Who, Why and What about Influencers, and explore whether YOU could be one with our guest, Dr. Ramona Srinivasan.

She has been teaching in schools and colleges, across Mumbai for 40 years. Her students included Bollywood film stars, and the grandson of the then Prime Minister of India, Morarji Desai.
She has written several textbooks in History and workbooks in French. I received a publication award for her published thesis, Diarchy in the Bombay Presidency.

Her other passions include singing, mostly Western music in choirs in India and Canada as well. She also sing spiritual songs in Sanskrit, known as bhajans (kirtans), which she continues here
on zoom every Sunday, with a group in Lagos, Nigeria. She has always been a voracious reader, and is ever grateful to the libraries in Canada, which permit
me to continue reading one fiction and one nonfiction book every week.

In Toronto, she joined the Active Adults Centre, in Mississauga, where she participated in various events, like a fundraiser with the Active Goan Adults, and volunteer work in Telephone Reassurance.
She now lives in Vancouver; and is a member of the 411 Sr. Center

  • Posted on: 20 August 2021
  • By: cjsfpa
Speak Up, Listen Up, Act Upon playlist for 07/16/2021
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Program Audio: 

Charlotte shares a new episode of the Powered By Age Podcast featuring a roundtable discussion about writing, as she and the rest of the group share their experiences with travel-writing, self-publishing and -promotion, and more!

  • Posted on: 15 July 2021
  • By: cjsfpa
Speak Up, Listen Up, Act Upon playlist for 06/25/2021
Artist Title Album Label Link
Nite Sun One's Place Single
Program Audio: 

Sista C presents another episode of the Powered By Age Podcast:

Charlotte recaps why we – like concerned community organizations across the country – are Commemorating instead of Celebrating Indigenous People’s Day this year. In light of the painful news that 700+ more bodies of Indigenous Children- and possibly some adults  have been discovered on the grounds of a Residential School, we  had a lively g discussion of our understanding and feelings about, these words: Indigenous, Unceeded,  Treaty, Traditional, Reconciliation,  Sovereignty, Nationhood. While our opinions or experiences varied, we concluded that such discussions are essential in helping non-Indigenous people become better informed and serve as allies and advocates for children, families, and organizations seeking to rectify emotional, educational and financial injustices against the first inhabitants of Canada and other disenfranchised people. Participants: #Charlotte Sista C Ferrell, Gail, Nansey, Jesse, Mario, Neall. 

  • Posted on: 25 June 2021
  • By: cjsfpa
Speak Up, Listen Up, Act Upon playlist for 06/18/2021
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Program Audio: 
#Charlotte Sista C Ferrell interviews Actress ShaMika Mitchell,  producer of the Vancouver Juneteenth celebration (this weekend) . As a member of the Black Culture Coalition, ShaMika discusses present challenges to Canadian academic institutions to update their curricula and resource materials to include the contributions that Indigenous, Black, Asian and other have made to Canada's development and growth. They discuss the emerging Black Fathers Matter apparel coming out for Father's Day and assert the continuing need formedia to present Black fathers in a positive, supportive manner rather than prevailing stereotypes. 
 
  • Posted on: 17 June 2021
  • By: cjsfpa
Speak Up, Listen Up, Act Upon playlist for 06/11/2021
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Heather Bishop Daydream Me Home Last Tracks
Holly Near I Am Willing Show Up
Program Audio: 

Sista C has a lively discussion with 3 members of Quirk-e (the Queer Imaging and Riting Kollective for Elders): Val Innes, Don Martin, and Chris Morrisay. Selected readings from their new Zine, Fighting Racism from a Queer Perspective, focused on ending anti-Black racism and hateful acts against other People of Color. They discuss the need for collaborative efforts in enountering government and religious agencies regarding the recently discovered remains of 215 children on the Kamloops residential school policy. Listeners will hear many opportunities to "Act Upon" current appeals oractions to end systemic racism in Canada.

  • Posted on: 10 June 2021
  • By: cjsfpa
Speak Up, Listen Up, Act Upon playlist for 06/04/2021
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Sista C presents another episode of the Powered By Age podcast, featuring discussions about bridging the digital divide and reflections on the beginning of National Indigenous History Month, including the tragic discovery at the Kamloops Residential School of 215 dead children.

  • Posted on: 4 June 2021
  • By: cjsfpa
Speak Up, Listen Up, Act Upon playlist for 05/28/2021
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Sista C presents another episoode of the Powered By Age Podcast, featuring renowned Video Journalist, Shibani Gokhale, the host for Yahoo News Canada. She raises our awareness and appreciation for S.E. Asians whose contributions and heritage are often overlooked . We learn more about global efforts to help assist India in quelling the surge of Covid-19, and some uplifting ways we can help stop Asian Hate Crimes.

Shibani Gokhale is a video journalist based in Vancouver, Canada. She primarily works as an Associate Editor for Yahoo News Canada and is also a video contributor at Daily Hive Vancouver, CBC Creator Network and The Quint. She has a masters in journalism degree from Columbia University and has previously worked as a digital journalist at ATTN: in Los Angeles and Brut. in India. She can be found on Instagram @bani_sg.
  • Posted on: 28 May 2021
  • By: cjsfpa
Speak Up, Listen Up, Act Upon playlist for 05/21/2021
Artist Title Album Label Link
Non La Light In My Loafers Not In Love
Program Audio: 

Another PBA Podcast: In our 2nd week in recognition of Asian Heritage Month, Mariko Takashina, Program Director at  411 Senior Center Society highlights treasured aspects of Japanese culture including Zen meditation; an earth-friendly way to wrap & parcels with fabric; and how a gift of 1000 trees gives Vancouver so much beauty. Bryan Phillips presents a thought provoking  poem exploring  changes in Chinatown.

  • Posted on: 21 May 2021
  • By: cjsfpa
Speak Up, Listen Up, Act Upon playlist for 05/14/2021
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K!mmortal Breathe Single
Only A Visitor LEgacy Technicolour Education
Program Audio: 

Sista C's latest guest is author Doretta Lau, who shares an excerpt from her collection of short stories How Does a Single Blade of Grass Thank the Sun? before Charlotte and the Powered By Age podcast group discuss their own experiences of writing.

Doretta Lau is the author of the short story collection How Does a Single Blade of Grass Thank the Sun? (Nightwood Editions, 2014) and the poetry chapbook Cause and Effect (The Vault, 2020). She is writing a comedic novel about an inept company struggling to open a theme park about death. Visit www.dorettalau.com.

  • Posted on: 13 May 2021
  • By: cjsfpa
Speak Up, Listen Up, Act Upon playlist for 04/30/2021
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Today’s treat is a Question: “May we talk about Travel?"

Tomorrow is the first day of May a month many people think about getting away and we have the most stringent travel restrictions most of us have ever seen. Not to worry!

Our Guest today is the award-winning Bill Arnott. He’s been awarded for prose, poetry AND songwriting… is the creator of Bill Arnott’s Beat and Bill’s Artist Showcase, and he has been granted a Fellowship at London’s Royal Geographical Society for his Gone Viking expeditions. When not globe trotting with a weatherproof journal and his trusty camera phone, Bill hangs out on Canada’s west coast, making friends and making waves. @billarnott_aps

  • Posted on: 29 April 2021
  • By: cjsfpa
Speak Up, Listen Up, Act Upon playlist for 04/23/2021
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On this Episode of SULUAU, Sista C shares a special treat - an Earth Day episode of the Powered By Age Podcast featuring Vancouver-based arts-researcher, Christine Germano, who joined the show to share stories, poems and songs gleaned from her work with children from the Arctic to the South Pacific on their understanding of climate.  We also hear a short story from Aideen Dufour who reflects upon her childhood in Ireland with its special connection to the land.

  • Posted on: 23 April 2021
  • By: cjsfpa
Speak Up, Listen Up, Act Upon playlist for 04/16/2021
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Guest Dr “Hitu” (Hiteshini) Jugessur, acclaimed international teacher-project developer for the Art of Living Foundation, discusses 3 things that can help people live happier, more peaceful lives.  #TraumaRelief
#Happiness #WelcomeHomeTroops #deaddiction #Meditation #ArtofLiving

  • Posted on: 15 April 2021
  • By: cjsfpa
Speak Up, Listen Up, Act Upon playlist for 03/26/2021
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HHP & Young Voices South Africa Choir Harambe YVTV Live Performance
Gloria Gaynor I Will Survive Love Tracks
John Kudusay Aweil Jazz Live PErformance - GarangKuot
Sade Awele Care Time Love Journey
Sade Awele Take It Easy Time Love Journey
Program Audio: 

Sista C re-connects with friend, filmmaker and Model Adhel Arop. Adhel tells of her travels to South Sudan (including her experience catching and recovering from COVID-19 and Malaria while abroad), lessons she learned while unplugged from her mobile phone, and a nice surprise on her way home.

  • Posted on: 26 March 2021
  • By: cjsfpa
Speak Up, Listen Up, Act Upon playlist for 03/19/2021
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Program Audio: 

Sista C presents an episode of the Powered By Age podcast: Choose to Challenge

Charlotte acknowledged we are still celebrating Women’s History Month and we will have special stories today related to the international theme, “Choose to Challenge.”

Joel Flynn announced the St. Patrick’s Day release of an album by his father Doug Flynn which is available for no charge at https://soundcloud.com/podstream/sets/doug-flynns-desolation-sounds-vol-1. Joel assures us he will be sharing some of his personal music next week.

Nansey Sinclaire told a personal story about improving her physical and mental health through observing her eating prompts and habits during a 30-day nutrition challenge. She describes how learning to read labels helped her eliminate and find substitutes for dairy, wheat, and sugar.

Chris Morrissey read “Walking in History,” which memorializes the day she and her partner were officially recognized for their successful fight to obtain immigration rights for same sex and common law couples.

Charlotte Ferrell highlighted plans for PBAs 50th episode celebration and asked everyone to invite friends to subscribe to
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVNU4fOZZQ7DgLufr1ReLmQ so they can interact with our live broadcast on YouTube next week or post comments on our podcast audios anytime.

Hosted by #CharlotteSistaCFerrell. Sponsored by the 411 Seniors Centre Society, Vancouver.

 

  • Posted on: 19 March 2021
  • By: cjsfpa
Speak Up, Listen Up, Act Upon playlist for 03/12/2021
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This week on SULUAU, Sista C presents a TRIBUTE to the life and legacy of Charan Gill, co-founder of the Progressive Intercultural Community Services Society and recipient of such awards as The Order of British Columbia, Honorary Doctor of Laws. He served on the 411 Senior Centre Society Board of Directors for three years during which he helped the Center add senior housing to their future new building.

Marion Pollack, Board Chair will facilitate the speakers paying homage to Mr. Gill, including The Hon. Raj Chauhan, Speaker of BC's Legislative Assembly, who co-founded the British Columbia Organization to Fight Racism with him; and Sarwan Boal who assisted in founding PIC and organizing Canadian farmworkers and improving their working conditions.

  • Posted on: 11 March 2021
  • By: cjsfpa
Speak Up, Listen Up, Act Upon playlist for 03/05/2021
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Sista C interviews Lezley George, Producer, and Sanah B. Mitchell, a Featured Speaker for the " Women in White Spaces" virtual Conference happening on March 7th, the day before International Women's Day. Learn more about how her guests are forging collaborative paths across age, race and gender lines to soar into in spaces traditionally blocked to women, especially women of color.

  • Posted on: 5 March 2021
  • By: cjsfpa
Speak Up, Listen Up, Act Upon playlist for 02/26/2021
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Sista C hosts a @PoweredByAge storytelling session with Dr. Charles Quist Adade, Comfort Ero, and Kombii Nanjalah, who also preview their upcoming event Celebrating Black History Month and Africa Heritage, jointly organized by the Africa-Canada Education Foundation, African Stages Association, Great Lakes Networking Society and the Ghanaian-Canada Association of BC.

  • Posted on: 26 February 2021
  • By: cjsfpa
Speak Up, Listen Up, Act Upon playlist for 02/19/2021
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This Week, Sista C has a conversation with Lama Mugabo (Co-Founder of Building Bridges with Rwanda) and Mama Kolbii Njala (Founder of the Great Lakes Society and Harambecouver) about the importance and benefits of two time-honoured traditions from People of the African Diaspora: Rwanda's #Umuganda and Kenya's #Harambee

  • Posted on: 19 February 2021
  • By: cjsfpa
Speak Up, Listen Up, Act Upon playlist for 01/29/2021
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Sista C's latest episode discusses the Write to Read program, founded by Lillian Bittaye, and the special joy Black grandparents and grandchildren express when reading children's books written by Black authors.

  • Posted on: 29 January 2021
  • By: cjsfpa
Speak Up, Listen Up, Act Upon playlist for 01/22/2021
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Drake God's Plan
Aretha Franklin (You Make Me Feel Like A ) Natural Woman
Program Audio: 

A Conversation Potluck

(A PBA Podcast)

Host, Charlotte Sista C Ferrell, convenes “A Conversation Potluck” with “appetizers”, a Main Course, and Dessert. As our appetizer, participants introduce themselves by describing a flavour that reflects their character.

For our main course we share take-aways from the U.S. Jan. 20 Inauguration, starting with Vancouver poet, Sherry Duggal reading the dynamic last stanza of Youth Poet Laureate, Amanda Gorman’s awesome poem. Our savory discussion included possible directions for US politics; the implications of President Biden’s Executive Orders, particularly the closing of the XL pipeline, for Canada. We acknowledged the historical rise in women’s prominence and roles in the celebration. We concluded this course noting ways that writers, especially, can encourage international unity, and reduce fear or anxiety.

Our Desert was poetry. Sherry Duggal reads her poem “I Stand with Farmers” and Lesley Hebert reads her poem “Thanks Be.”

Hosted by Charlotte Sista C Ferrell. Sponsored by the 411 Seniors Centre Society, Vancouver.

  • Posted on: 22 January 2021
  • By: cjsfpa
Speak Up, Listen Up, Act Upon playlist for 01/15/2021
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Stevie Wonder Happy Birthday
Mahalia Jackson If I Can Help Somebody
The O'Jays Love Train
Program Audio: 

 

Happy Birthday, Martin Luther King Jr.! While MLK day is celebrated on January 18th, today, January 15th, is MLK's B-Day!

Celebrate with Sista C and her guest: poet, actress, dancer and activist Sherry Duggal, whose latest work "I Stand With Farmers" gives voice to protesting farmers in India.

 

 

  • Posted on: 15 January 2021
  • By: cjsfpa
Speak Up, Listen Up, Act Upon playlist for 12/18/2020
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JB the First Lady Plantin' Seeds (ft. Kimmortal) Righteous Empowered Daughter
Drizay SHae A Hand, Make A Friend Mentors
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Today on Speak Up, Listen Up, Act Upon: Ssta C talks with Julia Hunter, executive director of foodstashfoundation, about its "Double Up for Zero Hunger and Half the Waste" campaign and the phenomenal bridge Food Stash's initiatives have built between building food security and environmental sustainability.

  • Posted on: 18 December 2020
  • By: cjsfpa
Speak Up, Listen Up, Act Upon playlist for 11/27/2020
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Manu DIbango Soul Makossa
Alessia Cara You've Got A Friend in Me
Drizay Mentors SHake a Hand, Make A Friend
Charlotte 'SIsta C' Ferrell Love Time, Poem Time
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  • Posted on: 27 November 2020
  • By: cjsfpa
Speak Up, Listen Up, Act Upon playlist for 11/13/2020
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Johnnie Proby We Single
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Sista C's guest today is Johnnie Proby, an internationally-acclaimed Inspirational Soul recording artist, music therapist and HeartMath Practitioner. Experience some of the ways she helps people transform stress or "COVID fatigue" into increased gratitude and positive energy, right here on #SULUAU.

  • Posted on: 13 November 2020
  • By: cjsfpa
Speak Up, Listen Up, Act Upon playlist for 10/30/2020
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Rockalingua Day of the Dead Song
Michael Roe I Sing a Song of the Saints of God
Vincent Price The Monster Mash
Charlotte 'Sista C' Ferrell Love Time, Poem Time
Program Audio: 

Poetic Hallowed Days

Sista C shares a conversation with multi-talented artist Adhel Ahrop, including spontaneous poetry and a discussion of Ahrop's film work. Plus, seasonal songs!

  • Posted on: 30 October 2020
  • By: cjsfpa
Speak Up, Listen Up, Act Upon playlist for 10/23/2020
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Raffi You Gotta Sing A Young Children's Concert
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This week, SIsta C presents PBA Podcast: a discussion the upcoming provincial election.

Robin Erickson reads a certificate of appreciation for our PBA zoomcasters.

Charlotte Ferrell introduces special guests Gudrun Langolf, past president of COSCO, and 411 Board member Stuart Alcock. Guests urge listeners to exercising their valuable voting rights.

Stuart outlines available voting methods and notes that mail ballots must be received by 8 p.m. on October 24th.  Gudrun describes how to obtain accurate information and suggests ways to advocate for change.

We discuss election issues, most importantly the need for improve funding and staffing for residential and at-home care,

Hosted by Charlotte “Sista C” Ferrell. Sponsored by the 411 Seniors Centre Society and the City of Vancouver.

  • Posted on: 23 October 2020
  • By: cjsfpa
Speak Up, Listen Up, Act Upon playlist for 10/16/2020
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Alessia Cara You've Got A Friend In Me
William Murphy It's Working God Chaser
ArtistsCAN Lean on Me
Program Audio: 

 Charlotte 'Sista C' Ferrell meets with Rev. Dr. Phil Harbridge about this weekend's 15th annual Multiple Myeloma March. To learn more about it, or to donate, visit Myeloma Canada at www.myeloma.ca.

  • Posted on: 16 October 2020
  • By: cjsfpa
Speak Up, Listen Up, Act Upon playlist for 10/09/2020
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Staples Singers Touch a Hand, Make a Friend Be What You Are
Rwandan All-Stars Corona Corona
Northern Lights Tears are Not Enough Single
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This week on Speak Up, Listen Up, Act Upon What You've Heard: Charlotte 'Sista C' Ferrell interviews Community planner & researcher, Lama Mugabo. They talk about Rwanda's post-genocide development strategy, and the country' remarkable success at curbing the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

  • Posted on: 14 October 2020
  • By: cjsfpa
Speak Up, Listen Up, Act Upon playlist for 10/02/2020
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Sista C shares another PBA podcast - this one recording of a live broadcast for 2 Anniversaries: First, the 30th anniversary of the UN International Year of the Older Person with special guests; and then to recognize the Powered by Age Podcast Program’s FIRST Anniversary as a Senior-led podcast creation sponsored by the 411 Center and the City of Vancouver, we’ll hear some ways creating podcasts have affected participants’ lives.

As this party rolls on, we’ll be “rolling out” our brand new Website and “Listening Sessions” with our seniors’ savvy Stories, Poems, Interviews and News. If you haven’t already, now is a perfect time to join this inspiring, friendship-building group.  You'll learn more about “remote communications” and creative ways to express your ideas and issues.

  • Posted on: 2 October 2020
  • By: cjsfpa
Speak Up, Listen Up, Act Upon playlist for 09/25/2020
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Sly & the Family Stone Everyday People
Jennifer Hudson The Impossible Dream
JB the FIrst Lady Still Here
Sista C Love Time, Poem Time
Program Audio: 

Sista C's next guest is Peabody Award winner @brucegeorgemedia, founder of the @geniusiscommon movement and co-creator of HBO's Def Poetry Jam.

Join us this Friday (Sept. 25), from 10am-11am, to Speak Up, Listen Up, and Act Up-on what you learn with @csistacf!

 

#BIPOC

  • Posted on: 25 September 2020
  • By: cjsfpa
Speak Up, Listen Up, Act Upon playlist for 09/18/2020
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Diana Dimrau (Mariss Jansons, BRSO) No. 2, September Strauss: Vier letzte Lieder
Earth, Wind and Fire September Single
Natalie Imbruglia Come September White Lilies Island
the Happenings See You in September Single
Fiona Apple Not About Love Extraordinary Machine
Barry White September (When I first met you) The Man
Mozzy, Sjdva and Reason Seasons Black Panther OST
Tunji Harambee Single
Charlotte Sista C Ferrell Love Time, Poem Time Just for You
Program Audio: 

Sista C shares a Song Story: September contrasts in music , mood and social appeals

  • Posted on: 18 September 2020
  • By: cjsfpa
Speak Up, Listen Up, Act Upon playlist for 09/04/2020
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Little Baby Bum The Bus Song!
Otis Redding Sitting at the Dock of the Bay
Paul Izak Keiki O Ka 'Aina
Charlotte Sista C Ferrell Love Time, Poem Time
Program Audio: 

Charlotte speaks with Alan Woodland, General Manager of B.E.S.T. - Better Environmentally Sound Transportation, about age-friendly transportation, environmentally-friendly transportation, COVID-19 and more!

#BIPOC # COVID-19

  • Posted on: 4 September 2020
  • By: cjsfpa
Speak Up, Listen Up, Act Upon playlist for 08/28/2020
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Manu Dibango Soul Makossa
50 SoSa & Chin Chin Changes
Midnight Star No Parking on the Dance Floor
Ashford and Simpson Solid
Charlotte Sista c Ferrell Love Time, Poem Time
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Sista C's PBA podcast returns with a discussion about Intentional Creativity, with guest, poet Cynthia Sharp

 

 

 
  • Posted on: 28 August 2020
  • By: cjsfpa
Speak Up, Listen Up, Act Upon playlist for 08/14/2020
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Sista C shares a Powered by Age podcast Discussion: On Raising A 2-spirit Child Into Healthy Adulthood, with presenter Kendra Crowell, an elder Knowledge Keeper and leader of an Indigenous Elders creativity group.

#BIPOC

  • Posted on: 14 August 2020
  • By: cjsfpa
Speak Up, Listen Up, Act Upon playlist for 07/03/2020
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Voices Rock Medicine Rise Again
Long Island Musicians United We are the World- Qurantine Mix
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Sista C hosts a roundtable discussion about the need for racialized data collection.
Do you understand #racializeddatacollection? #racebaseddata? You will hear Giovanni Hosang (Black in BC Mutual Aid); Dr John Millar (Social Determinants of Health researcher);  Amal Rana (Cambium Arts Education, and co-author of a Vancouver City Council motion addressing the need for disaggregated race-based data collection); and Shila Avissa, RSW (City of Vancouver Racial Ethno-Cultural Advisory Committeee) discussing what it is, why it is important, how it will be used, and its role in ending health care disparities.

#BIPOC

  • Posted on: 3 July 2020
  • By: cjsfpa
Speak Up, Listen Up, Act Upon playlist for 06/26/2020
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JB The First Lady Still Here
8000 Drums Women Warriors' Song
sister sledge We Are Family
charlotte 'sista c' ferrell Love Time, Poem Time
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Charlotte - Sista C discusses Kendra Crowel and Morgan Jacko's work with Indigenous People in achieving intergenerational success in using digital media to transfer education, history, values, and solutions to contemporary problems

  • Posted on: 26 June 2020
  • By: cjsfpa
Speak Up, Listen Up, Act Upon playlist for 06/19/2020
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Nina Simone I wish I Knew How it Feels to Be Free
Rekon What is Juneteenth
Billie Holliday Strange Fruit
Sam Cooke A Change is Gonna Come
Gil Scott Heron The Revolution will not be televised The Revolution Begins
The Last Poets Understand what Black Is
Curtis Mayfield and the Impressions People Get Ready
JB The First Lady Still Here
Virtual Choir/Orchestra You’ll Never Walk Alone
Program Audio: 

Sharing the significance of Juneteenth for Black People in the United States, and–those in Canada too.

Weaving musical selections that connect protests of Black, Indigenous, Other People of color and their allies, the expectations for change, the short-lived celebrations of the appearance of change and wrap up with music that declares that all disenfranchised people -we are Still Here and in Uniting for Good, We are Never Walking Alone. 

(With excerpts from interviews and round table discussions I recorded over past 2 weeks during the ongoing inter-generational, global protests over racism, injustice and police brutality.)

  • Posted on: 19 June 2020
  • By: cjsfpa
Speak Up, Listen Up, Act Upon playlist for 06/05/2020
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Bob Marley & the Wailers Get Up, Stand Up
Nina Simone Brown Baby
Kellylee Evans Unbreakable Come On
John Legend & Common Glory
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Sista C and Adhel host a multi-generational discussion of racial issues and insights with a collective of young Black Canadians, in advance of today's Black Lives Matter rally in Vancouver: https://www.instagram.com/p/CA-shEQBuJz

  • Posted on: 5 June 2020
  • By: cjsfpa
Speak Up, Listen Up, Act Upon playlist for 04/17/2020
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Kraak & Smaak The Hands of Time ft. Alxndr London Juicy Fruit
Della Orrey Warrior single
Charlotte 'Sista C' Ferrell Love Time, Poem TIme Just for You
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After a physical distancing-mandated hiatus from the airwaves, CJSF's Sista C returns with a new co-host, Adhel, for a chat about COVID-19, social resiliency, and strange days.

 

  • Posted on: 17 April 2020
  • By: cjsfpa
Speak Up, Listen Up, Act Upon playlist for 03/13/2020
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bobby ferrin don't worry be happy simple pleasures
helen reddy i am woman i don't know how to love him
adhel broken (poem) vancouver poetry slam live
jb first lady out of the gates sofar vancouver
nina simone to be young gifted & black black gold
charlotte 'sista c' ferrell love time poem time words of comfort & joy
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Charlotte highlights her guest Adhel Ropa, who was supposed to be live and wasn't able to come up for reasons unknown at show time.  Audio featured is from her documentary film Who Am I? 

  • Posted on: 17 March 2020
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up, Listen Up, Act Upon playlist for 03/06/2020
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The Mighty Rhino A Joy Which Nothing Can Erase A Joy Which Nothing Can Erase
Celine Dion Because You Loved Me Falling Into You
Integrity Worship Singers All Things Are Possible Family Life Presents: I Still Do
Bobby McFerrin Don't Worry Be Happy Simple Pleasures
Charlotte Sista C Ferrell love time, poem time words of comfort & joy
Program Audio: 

Sista C interviews Emily Hsu on her new book "Mindful Eating for Vibrant Living: The Keys for Better Health for Busy Women."

  • Posted on: 6 March 2020
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up, Listen Up, Act Upon playlist for 02/28/2020
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Rashid Lanie Quintet Umuthi (Magical Medicine) Remembrance
Rashid Lanie with Agape Band Synth Solo Live
S.A.M.A The People Want Mandela N/A
Charlotte Sista C Ferrell love time, poem time words of comfort & joy
Program Audio: 

Charlotte 'Sista C' Ferrell interviews internationally acclaimed composer, ​pianist, producer and recording artist Rashid Lanie

  • Posted on: 3 March 2020
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up, Listen Up, Act Upon playlist for 02/21/2020
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Kellylee Evans Feeling Good Nina
Kellylee Evans Unbreakable Come On
Kellylee Evans Hands Up Come On
June's Diary Lift Every Voice and Sing Live
Charlotte Sista C Ferrell love time poem time pillars to pillows
Program Audio: 

Charlotte speaks with Juno-Award winner, jazz-vocalist Kellylee Evans via telephone from Ottawa about life and how she's come to identify what's most important.

  • Posted on: 21 February 2020
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up, Listen Up, Act Upon playlist for 02/07/2020
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chioma cill ogbanna all you got in these present times
derek walcott sea grapes (poem) live reading
bob marley one love exodus
golden gospel singers oh freedom a cappella praise
sean joyce harlem renaissance documentary youtube
nikki giovanni nothing makes sense the reason i like chocolate
amiri baraka why is we americans def poetry jam
afua cooper negro cemeteries (poem) live reading
lillian allen birth poem live from WOMAD fe
charlotte 'sista c' ferrell love time poem time pillars to pillows
Program Audio: 

Charlotte made a mixtape of poetry and music from the black diaspora.

  • Posted on: 13 February 2020
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up, Listen Up, Act Upon playlist for 01/31/2020
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sly & the family stone everyday people the essential sly & the family stone
kellylee evans tomorrow is my turn nina
linkin park somewhere i belong meteora
charlotte 'sista c' ferrell love time poem time pillars to pillows
Program Audio: 

Charlotte's guests are from SOCA (Students of Caribbean and African Ancestry); President, Afia Poku, and Giovanni HoSang, past-President, talk about the importance of Black student space on campus and the realities of loosing that space in relation to societal by-products and political frameworks.

  • Posted on: 5 February 2020
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up, Listen Up, Act Upon playlist for 01/24/2020
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patti labelle new day timeless journey
kim scott it's your time southern heat
india arie just do you songversation
charlotte 'sista c' ferrell love time poem time pillows to pillars
Program Audio: 

Deborah Thorne, international author, coach and trainer, is Cahrlotte's guest for the hour.  They discuss what it takes to transform dreams into reality.  

  • Posted on: 29 January 2020
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up, Listen Up, Act Upon playlist for 01/10/2020
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Charlotte's guest is Rupert Common, poet/dancer/hip hop artist and youth facilitator. They talk about seasonal holidays; new avenues for creative expression and he shares a brief excerpt from his play and a song accompanied by acoustic guitar. 

  • Posted on: 16 January 2020
  • By: cjsfprog