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US Politics | After seven years in prison, Chelsea Manning will walk free | Jan 19 2017 | Amy Goodman, Denis Moynihan | A worldwide campaign petitioned Barack Obama to grant clemency to Chelsea Manning, the longest-held whistleblower in U.S. history. This week Obama issued his decision to free Manning.
Photo: Ben Husmann/flickr
Arts & Culture | Labour | Technology | The robots are coming... for our jobs | Jan 18 2017 | Wayne MacPhail | When we think about robots, we worry that, like Transformers, they will be hulking, dangerous machines. But what if they are more subtle? What if they just steal our jobs?
Elisa Paloschi on her new film Driving with Selvi.
Arts & Culture | Feminism | World | Elisa Paloschi on her new film 'Driving with Selvi,' child marriage and being in the moment | Jan 18 2017 | Face2Face | Elisa and Face2Face host David Peck talk about child marriage, being present, staying positive and why Selvi's story is an inspiration to us all.
Image: Wikimedia Commons/Carl Chapman
Environment | Anthropocentric view ignores crucial connections | Jan 18 2017 | David Suzuki | If we want to keep health costs from rising, we should focus on keeping people healthy rather than dealing with them after they're sick.
Old growth on Vancouver Island
Environment | Vancouver Island old-growth forest almost gone | Jan 18 2017 | Redeye Collective | Ninety per cent of the forests on Vancouver Island have been logged. Now the B.C. Chamber of Commerce and the Union of B.C. Municipalities have joined the fight to save the last 10 per cent.
Feminism | Political Action | Empowering girls and young women in Nova Scotia | Jan 18 2017 | Scott Neigh | Susan Brigham and Cassandra McDonald talk about the Girls 2017 Conference happening in Halifax in March.
Image: Facebook/Arthur Manuel
Indigenous Rights | Until Canada gives Indigenous people their land back, there can never be reconciliation | Jan 18 2017 | Arthur Manuel | The world lost a fierce Indigenous warrior, philosopher and writer this month when Art Manuel passed. Here he is at his best.
Brad Wall
Politics in Canada | 'Real leader' Brad Wall's government feeds the fluctuations of a boom-bust economy as Alberta stays the course | Jan 18 2017 | David J. Climenhaga | When it comes to fiscal planning in conservative Western Canadian provinces, all we have to fall back on is the notion the lord giveth and the lord taketh away. Repeatedly.
Politics in Canada | 13 Conservative leadership candidates show little diversity of opinion in Quebec City debate | Jan 18 2017 | Nora Loreto | The economy, the French language and terrorism were the winners of last night's Conservative Party debate.
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Civil Liberties Watch | Feminism | Political Action | Resistance, to the inauguration and beyond | Jan 17 2017 | Fran Luck | March, strike and flood the streets are three plans for resisting the inauguration. On this show, many voices say (and sing) why and how they have resisted and plan to resist.
"Life is Sharing" mural
Economy | The Internet's oldest 'sharing economy' | Jan 17 2017 | Penney Kome | The Hunger Site is a pioneer in globalized non-profit trade with grassroots crafts and fashions.
Capitalism Itself Choosing Sides
Economy | Environment | Politics in Canada | Capitalism itself choosing sides | Jan 17 2017 | Daryn Caister | Interview with Nathan Phillips from Boston University about "Sleeping Giants," a Twitter group that is pressuring brands advertising on hate sites like Brietbart.
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Economy | Labour | Political Action | Rosa Luxemburg: A revolutionary for our times | Jan 17 2017 | Duncan Cameron | Her scholarly work identified the links between capitalism, imperialism and militarism, but she expected more than recognition as a thinker. Rosa Luxemburg wanted to change the course of history.
Image: Wikimedia Commons/Pete Souza
Economy | Labour | Politics in Canada | The Canadian government should replace NAFTA, or scrap it | Jan 17 2017 | Common Frontiers | Revision to NAFTA's terms must have at its core the objective establishment of fair trade, not free trade, and economic relations based on social justice, sovereignty and sustainable development.
Image: Wayne Roberts
Food & Health | Rethinking revolution on the centenary of the Russian Revolution | Jan 17 2017 | Wayne Roberts | If I can't eat local, sustainable and slow food, I don't want to be part of your revolution.