Adam Bemma

Podcast
May 5, 2011

Mobilizing the youth vote in Canada

Street Cred
Canada's federal election didn't quite turn out the way everyone expected. I speak with Ilona Dougherty, the executive director of Apathy is Boring, a group mobilizing the youth vote in Canada.
Podcast
Apr 20, 2011

Meet Jose. He's not a terrorist.

Street Cred
'We are Jose' is an awareness-raising tour being led by Jose Figueroa, an El Savadoran man living in Langley, B.C. with a deportation order against him by the Canadian government.
Podcast
Apr 14, 2011

Guatemala's New Horizon

Street Cred
Guatemala's Nuevo Horizonte is a co-operative community founded in 1998 by former guerrilla fighters, two years after a peace agreement was made with the government, ending over 36 years of civil war.
Podcast
Mar 31, 2011

Illinois abolishes death penalty

Street Cred
Formed in 1999 by Protess and students, the Medill Innocence Project has uncovered evidence to free 11 innocent men, five of them on death row in the state of Illinois.
Podcast
Mar 23, 2011

An Afghan woman's story

Street Cred
At Montreal's Afghan Women's Centre, Makai Aref has organized a catering service to empower a group of local Afghan women.
Podcast
Mar 18, 2011

Quebec Leaks

Street Cred
QuebecLeaks.org co-founder and spokesperson Luc Lefebvre explains the new Canadian whistleblower website.
Podcast
Mar 12, 2011

Journalists for Human Rights Montreal

Journalists for Human Rights
Our first Journalists for Human Rights Montreal episode on rabble. jhr Montreal aims to promote rights media at school and in the newsroom.
Podcast
Mar 8, 2011

Musicians of the World

Street Cred
The Montreal World Symphony Orchestra, which recently celebrated its fifth anniversary, is the city's most successful integration project ever.
Podcast
Mar 3, 2011

Quebec's language law Bill 101

Street Cred
Recent calls by the PQ to extend Bill 101 to English language colleges in the province is causing a stir.

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