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2012 has been a great year for podcasts on rabble! This roundup includes some great audio and interviews looking at topics from First Nations rights, activism against Enbridge, Naomi Wolf's Vagina, and more!
Here are some of our best from 2012.
1. This episode of Aw@l features a discussion with radical historian Luke Stewart about the Rally, Walk, and Community BBQ which took place back in April in Grand River Territory of the Six Nations and looks at respecting historical friendships and honouring treaties:
On April 18, 2011, rabble.ca celebrated its 10th anniversary. Highlighting 10 important moments of rabble's history over the course of our 10th year, current and former contributors to rabble have been asked to share their highlights from their time with us. This monthly rabble history series tells Our Story.
We also know that many of you have your own highlights from rabble's 10 years, and we want to know what you think. Share how you'd like to see us grow in the comments section below.
In this podcast: Why protest the Olympics, Aboriginal activists speak out, talking diversity of tactics, and all about Vancouver's Red Tent campaign for housing.
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(2:38 - 6:29) The Olympic torch was intended to sail through the city on a sea of goodwill.
(6:55 - 9:11) Thousands of protesters also convened at the Vancouver Art Gallery just before the start of the Olympic Opening Ceremonies, kicking off a march through Vancouver's downtown.
(9:37 - 10:10) Not everyone was in favor of protesting the Olympics.
(1:35 - 3:47) Highlights from the first 100 episodes.
(3:57-4:48) Wayne remembers the first meeting of what has become the rabble podcast network.
(5:10 -6:10) Introducing our new comment line. First caller wins an ipod nano. 1-360-566-2214
(6:10 -15:51) Stephen Rees on why a new highway plan should be scrapped to make way for farmland. It's all thanks to the global recession.