Jessa Runciman

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Oct 13, 2010

Billy Diamond tells his own story

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First Nation leader Billy Diamond passed away last week. In this podcast, recorded at the 2010 Congress of the Humanities, he tells the story of his life.
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Sep 14, 2010
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Water use and abuse

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Bill Slater speaks about water regulation and lack thereof at a water issues panel put on by the Council of Canadians.
Podcast
Apr 13, 2010

#103 - Puttin' it out there

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An ethics expert on the importance of hate speech, eco-defenders stand up to corporate greenwashing, talking access to content with Canada's Pirate Party, and truckers with something to say.
Podcast
Feb 2, 2010

"Back to Work!": Voices against prorogation

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From Ottawa, Whitehorse and Toronto, we hear speeches, statements and songs of protest against the Conservative party's prorogation of Parliament.
Podcast
Oct 4, 2009

An evening with Flora Igoki Terah

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On September 23, the Kenyan human rights activist stood before an audience at Amnesty House in Ottawa to speak of her political experiences and encounters with electoral violence.
Podcast
Aug 28, 2009

#91 - What does it take to win?

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The latest rabble radio looks at the victors at Dump Site 41, Canada's negative influence abroad, Sunday Wilde and spring waters.
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Aug 11, 2009

Transforming Media: Social Networks and Citizen Journalism

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From the 2009 Congress of the Humanities, Judy Rebick speaks on the cultural movement that has evolved out of mass communication technology, and on the social and political power it allows.
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