Catch da Flava Radio - Archive 2017

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2017-09-12

Tonight we bid farewell to 3-year-long-running Catch da Flava host Judd. Co-hosted by Tyrone and Judy. Topic: Hurricane Irma, Jose and Harvey and how people are responding and dealing with this record breaking natural disaster.




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2017-08-08

2017-08-08




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2017-08-01

2017-08-01


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2017-07-25

Tonight's show is hosted by Judy, Tyger and Nicholas.




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2017-07-19

International students studying English at the University of Toronto host a 1 hour show on various topics.




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2017-07-18

On tonight's show is hosted by Nicholas, Jaidyn and Judd. Featured guests are The Regent Park Film Festival and Erdine Hope.



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2017-07-11

2017-07-11


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2017-06-20

On tonight's show Judd and Judy talk about cannabis culture and a Regent Park community event called Party in the Park.


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2017-06-06

On tonight's show, we talk about the "SESQUI Dome of Horizon", a 360 degree tour of Canada offering a unique volunteer opportunity. The Dome, a Canada 150 signature initiative, will be in Toronto from June 20 - 26th, and it will be a featured highlight at "Party in the Park", a Regent Park community event occurring this month, on the 25th of June.




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2017-06-06 (Part 2)

Hosted by Judd, Ahmed, Beverly and Judy.


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2017-05-16 (First Half)

Tonight we talk about Islamophobia with Tusma from Inspirit ChangeUp Fellow and Kevin Moore from United Church of Canada.




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2017-05-16 (Second Half)

Tonight we talk about an textile exhibit presented by Susan Fohr from the Textile Museum.




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2017-05-02

Tonight's show is hosted by Ahmed where he talks about current pop-culture.


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2017-04-25

Let's Talk About Sex - Session 4 - On tonight's show we talk about sex positivity and healthy relatoinships.




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2017-04-24

On tonight's show we talk to Tusma about Islamophobia.


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2017-04-18

Let's Talk About Sex - Session 3 - On tonight's show we have a few role-playing drama scenarios of pregnancies. Afterwards we interview a worker from the Jessie's Centre as well as two young parents from the program to talk about their experience through the Jessie's Centre program.




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2017-04-11

Let's Talk About Sex - Session 2 - For the first half of tonight's show, we talk about body image. The other half of the show, we interview Dennis, the coordinator of health services peer education at Planned Parent Hood Toronto.




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2017-04-10

Catch da Flava host, Jacob from George Brown College, interviews the Green Thumbs.




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2017-04-04

Let's Talk About Sex - Session 1 - On tonight's show we talk about sexual health education in Canada.


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2017-04-03

Tonight's show is hosted by Jacob.


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2017-03-28

2017-03-28


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2017-03-21

Judd and Jacob hosts.


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2017-03-14

2017-03-14


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2017-03-07

Tonight's show we talk about Donald Trump and new policies around the use of cellphones in school classrooms in Ontario.


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2017-03-06

The first segment of tonight's show is about International Women's Day. Hosted by Judy with special guest speaker Datejie Cheko Green from Solidarity Conscious.


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2017-03-06 (Second Half)

On the second half of the Catch da Flava, Beverly and Judy talk about International Women's Day in the news.


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2017-02-24

Tonight's show is produced and hosted by students from The University of Toronto, during reading week. Topic: transitioning from high school to university.





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2017-02-14

Hello it’s Jacob from Catch Da Flava and on the day of Tuesday February 14th I and my uncle George Sawision former individual Green Party politician did a 30 minute segment on marijuana crackdown issues in the city of Toronto. My uncle has been an activist in the Conservative and Liberals to protect confidential rights and to bring information to voters to be informed before elections. Everyone wants to know where to buy marijuana, know to legally use it, and why isn’t it legalized yet? The age limit of marijuana use is 18-25 years of age and police are applying the judgment of an older law arresting users for either the medical or recreational use. Individuals or gangs are redistributing this legal or illegal product which is frustrating the police as violence and illegal activities are occurring within the city of Toronto. The government is still discussing and studying while time is passing and the problem is they are dealing with more important issues rather than worry about legalization of a drug. Presently we still see on the news of individuals getting arrested and dispensaries being raided by police, so the real question is “When will we see a change”? Tune in on Tuesdays to hear more from Catch Da Flava radio and future guests hosted by myself.




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2017-02-07

On tonight's show Ron interviews organizers from The Zero Gun Violence Movement. Later segment hosted by Nicole interviewing organizer from Resist Hate, Learn to Love.


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2017-01-31

Tonight's show is about domestic sexual trafficking. Hosted by Nicole and Judy.


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2017-01-17

We discussed the tuition fees Ryerson University and George Brown College students face paying off individually or with help from their parents. There was the mentioning of the accommodations students must purchase during their studying years such as: textbooks, transportation, residential taxes, student services, and paying off OSAP (Ontario Student Assistance Program) loans. The University of Ryerson and College of George Brown has a huge variety of career programs costing at a range of $3500 to $10,000 per year varying on the level of profession of study. A huge majority of discussion on Ontario lowering the tuition fee or following other country practices such as Germany or Sweden where education is free for students. We also discussed universities and colleges should do is offer more paid Co-op programs, offer more students rewards, on-site training, and educating the younger generation on sustaining themselves out in the real world. Hearing from the perspective of a college, university, and a graduate was an excellent experience from us and I hope to our viewers. Tune in on Tuesdays to hear more from Catch De Flava radio and future guests hosted by myself.



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