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U.S. allies continue to destabilize Congo

October 1, 2012
| The Democratic Republic of the Congo has mineral wealth estimated at $24 trillion. The country has been invaded twice by Rwanda and Uganda who have the international protection of the United States.
Length: 14:55 minutes (13.67 MB)
Progressive Voices

Tony Black: Imperialism, a coup d'etat, and the Rwandan genocide narrative

May 4, 2012
| Independent journalist Tony Black dissects the mainstream narrative on the Rwandan genocide, highlighting past and current massacres by the Western-backed Rwandan Patriotic Front, and more.
Length: 21:23
Redeye

Canadian mining companies in Africa

November 9, 2011
| The African continent contains a tremendous wealth of minerals, yet the profits from those resources are not flowing to the countries where they are found.
Length: 14:26
Redeye

Fair trade not empowering producers

October 26, 2011
| Longtime activist Ian Hussey says that the fair-trade bureaucracy has centralized power in the Global North and that producers have little say in their working and living conditions.
Length: 14:44

Open Pit Imperialism: Canada at Home and Abroad

Tuesday, February 1, 2011 - 6:00pm - 8:00pm

Location

Harbor Centre
Room 7000, 515 West Hastings St, Vancouver, BC
Vancouver, BC
Canada
49° 17' 2.67" N, 123° 6' 42.9948" W

Claiming itself to be a global peacekeeper and promoter of human rights, Canada is hiding its legacy of colonialism and connections between corporate pursuit of profit and Canadian foreign and domestic policy. Since its founding in 1867, Canada has been colonizing the land of indigenous people and systematically draining the environment and extracting wealth at home and abroad.

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