Jeff Stager speaks with Suzy about life in Syria and the political situation in Kurdistan.
The interview starts at 7m53s.
Download: ckms-community-connections-2022-10-14-episode102.mp3 (53.2 MB, 55m21s, episode 102)
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|0m29s||Jeff Stager introduces Suzy, and Suzy introduces Jna Peshmarga by Nasser Razazi, a song about the Kurdish Women Fighters.|
|7m53s||Suzy explains the difficulty in saying she comes from Kurdistan, not Syria or Iran. She gives some background on the history of Kurdistan. She talks about coming to Canada. Suzy tells us about Mahsa Amini, and introduces Baraye by Shervin Hajipour.|
|16m36s||Suzy explains that the Baraye lyrics came from messages posted on Twitter. Talking about Mahsa Amini, and the freedom to wear the clothes you want to wear. Explaining some of the culture.|
|25m29s||Her Kurd Ebin||
|Kurdish Patriotic Anthem|
|28m05s||Suzy talks about the other issues going on in Iran, even from before the revolution in 1979. Encouraging people to spread this news, it’s not being done by mainstream media. Introducing Hassan Zirak.|
|45m30s||Suzy gives more info about Hassan Zirak. Suzy is getting feedback on her phone. Talking about Kurdish language and dialects; the other issues in Kurdistan. Explaining what happened to Mahsa Amini. Jeff Stager gives some info on Radio Waterloo, and how to start a show.|
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