civil rights

Podcast
Dec 16, 2011

Official suckatude: Canada and the U.S. destroy the world

I Read The News Today, Oh Boy!
It's official. The Harper government works to make the climate crisis worse. The U.S. government is officially giving itself the right to arrest and indefinitely detain its citizens.
Columnists
Nov 25, 2011

The return of non-violence

This is a time of rejuvenation for non-violence. The Occupy movements were built on what one writer called "the courage of young people to fly into conflict on Gandhi's wings."
Podcast
Nov 1, 2011

#131 - Who are those that #occupy?

rabble radio
In this episode, intrepid rabble reporters talk to the people who chose to #occupy. Michael Stewart heads to Vancouver, while Matthew Adams and Meagan Perry take on Toronto.
Podcast
Apr 1, 2011

Angela Davis at the University of Regina

The Dispatch
Dr. Angela Davis on her historic role in social justice movements and the continued relevance of radical social movements in the 21st century.
Podcast
Mar 18, 2011

Political and energy overreach

I Read The News Today, Oh Boy!
It turns out that maybe you can reach too far over that political cliff, as the 2011 season of politicians doing the overreach shows. Plus, assessing nuclear power and news you might have missed.
Podcast
Mar 23, 2011
Redeye

G20 a pivotal moment in Canadian history

Redeye
The Canadian Civil Liberties Association tells Redeye that they believe police abuses during the G20 summit were sufficiently serious that there should be a full public inquiry.

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