Umaiyavan Yogamanoharan

Donna Dykeman Audio Documentary

This interview took place at the Wilder Snail Cafe on Keefer Street and at Donna Dykemans home in East Starthcona. The topics covered include feminism, activism and lesbianism. The interviewee is Donna Dykeman. Donna is originally from North Vancouver. Her occupations covered arts administration with various arts and cultural festivals; political organizing and social justice activism; and non-profit/public-sector professional communications ̶ including strategic planning, social marketing, writing, editing, art/design direction, content production, and media, internal, external and government relations through all channels. She now works in Harm reduction programs with Vancouver Coastal Health.
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Donna Dykeman
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Umaiyavan Yogamanoharan
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Donna Dykeman Interview 2

This interview took place at the Wilder Snail Cafe on Keefer Street. The topics covered include feminism, activism and lesbianism. The interviewee is Donna Dykeman. Donna is originally from North Vancouver. Her occupations covered arts administration with various arts and cultural festivals; political organizing and social justice activism; and non-profit/public-sector professional communications ̶ including strategic planning, social marketing, writing, editing, art/design direction, content production, and media, internal, external and government relations through all channels. She now works in Harm reduction programs with Vancouver Coastal Health.
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November 5, 2019
Interviewee: 
Donna Dykeman
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Umaiyavan Yogamanoharan
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Audio
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English
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Interview with Donna Dykeman

This Interview too place at Donna's home in East Strathcona. It was centered around topics in feminism and lesbianism in the 1970s through the 1980s. Donna grew up in North Vancouver and worked many jobs that covered arts administration with various arts and cultural festivals; political organizing and social justice activism; and non-profit/public-sector professional communications ̶ including strategic planning, social marketing, writing, editing, art/design direction, content production, and media, internal, external and government relations through all channels. Donna now works part-time in secular harm-reduction programs working with Vancouver Coastal Health.
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September 20, 2019
Interviewee: 
Donna Dykeman
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Umaiyavan Yogamanoharan
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Audio
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English
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