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Podcast
May 31, 2016

Exploding the myth of the peaceable kingdom

Redeye
The official story sees Canada as a shining beacon spreading its enlightened code of ethics through a dark world. Richard Sanders says we believe this because we're suffering from the Canada Syndrome.
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Jun 12, 2015

Canada needs to implement the TRC recommendations

Pamela Palmater
In light of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, Canada's record suggests that the Indian problem was more about Indians refusing to die off, than maintaining different languages and cultures.
Podcast
Aug 26, 2014
Joshua Oppenheimer

Joshua Oppenheimer on 'The Act of Killing'

face2face
An interview with the man behind the Oscar-nominated film, "The Act of Killing," a documentary about the Indonesian killings of 1965–66, and the soon-to-be-released film, "The Look of Silence."
Blog
Mar 10, 2014

After Rwanda, 'Never Again' is just so much hot air

Gerry Caplan
Despite new post-Rwandan structures to prevent genocide, despite the world's pious commitment to protect the innocent, mass murder is still happening. "Never again?" is just rhetoric.
Blog
Dec 4, 2013
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Indigenous languages crucial to cultural flourishing

Âpihtawikosisân
Indigenous people have apparently been experiencing the slowest apocalypse in human history. Because over 500 years after Contact, millions of First Peoples continue to exist all over the Americas.
Podcast
Oct 5, 2013

Book: The Colonial Present

Redeye
Kerry Coast argues in her new book that the colonial period has never ended for First Nations people in Canada. Kerry Coast is a journalist and activist on indigenous issues.
Podcast
Aug 31, 2013
Karlee Sapoznik on slavery

Karlee Sapoznik on slavery and social change

face2face
In this episode Karlee gets passionate about social change, making a difference and how slavery is something we should not turn a blind eye towards.

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