Bruce Kauffman, -‘finding a voice’-Kingston, Ontario, Canada, 100 Thousand Poets for Change 2019

 

100 Thousand Poets for Change: 2019, Kingston

 

Synopsis of broadcasts of the ‘100 Thousand Poets for Change, Kingston – 2019’ event.

Aired on CFRC 101.9fm’s ‘finding a voice’ from Friday, Oct 11 – Friday, Nov 1. [Kingston ON]

ALL BROADCASTS CAN BE FOUND THE 100 THOUSAND POETS FOR CHANGE ARCHIVE AT:  https://archive.org/details/@walterblue

 The event, with both an afternoon and evening session, was held September 21 at The Spire and featured two dozen poets and four musical performances. Donations were also taken for 2 charitable, environmental, and socially responsible agencies.

CFRC debuted in 1922, and is Canada’s longest continuously running, university/community radio station. It is a not for profit and volunteer run station. www.cfrc.ca

‘finding a voice’, a 2-hour Friday afternoon spoken word radio show, debuted in May 2010. A blogspace for it, https://findingavoiceoncfrcfm.wordpress.com/, launched in early 2012.

Facebook group page: https://www.facebook.com/groups/119066901456310/

 

 

October 11, 2019 show

4-5pm – first hour of ‘finding a voice’ on CFRC 101.9fm

First 40 minutes – Readings from the local ‘and the journey continues’ monthly open mic

Then from the 100TPC, Kingston event: Bethmarie Michalska, Gwenth Whitford.

5-6pm – second hour of the show

From 100TPC, Kingston: Jerri Jerreat, Bob MacKenzie, Meg Freer, Kingston Poet Laureate Jason Heroux. Followed by 15 minutes of local announcements and other.

 

October 18, 2019 show

4-5pm – first hour of ‘finding a voice’

From 100TPC, Kingston: Anne Graham, Nathalie Sorensen, Natanya Levine, Judith Popiel, Raven Adamson.

5-6pm – second hour of the show

From 100TPC, Kingston: Leyla Chisamore, Liam Fenton, Ollin Drum Circle with Yessica Rivera Belsham.

 

October 25, 2019 show

4-5pm – first hour of finding a voice

From 100 TPC, Kingston: Yessica Rivera Belsham, Sasha Hill, Travis Canadien, Robert Millard, Alyssa Cooper, Billie Kearns (Billie the Kid).

5-6pm – second hour of the show

From 100TPC, Kingston: Paul Kelley, Tia Lunn, Paul Chaput, Sarah Dunkley.

 

November 1, 2019 show

4-5pm – first hour of finding a voice

From 100TPC, Kingston: Chantel Lavoie, Bruce Kauffman, Irwin (conclusion of the event).

Followed by a book launch, Andree Thorpe’s Fields of Hope, a pictorial/essay book – having threads of environmentalism in it.

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