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Talking Radical Radio September 19
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Developers want to build houses on a 484-acre wetland in Niagara. They are calling their development "Paradise." We hear from a group which is calling it a travesty.
face2face September 19
Violeta and Face2Face host David Peck talk about Cocaine Prison, freedom, power and politics, the "war on drugs" and Indigenous history and truth.
Rabbledocs September 13
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Today's rabble doc is a 5,000-year-old tree in Al-Walaja in the occupied West Bank and the voices of people who live in a town under siege.
face2face September 12
Emmanuel Gras talks about the film "Makala" showing at TIFF 2017
David Peck talks to Emmanuel Gras about his new award winning film Makala, charcoal, life experience, cosmic materialism and liberalism, capitalism and the beauty of hard work.
Talking Radical Radio September 12
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Mirtha Rivera and Emily Eaton talk about the campaign to push Regina to make city services accessible to all residents regardless of immigration status.
Asia Pacific Currents September 8
The aviation sector is a global industry that is forever cutting workers wages and conditions. A look at the struggle of Philippines Airlines workers as an example of workers resistance
face2face September 8
Sam and Face2Face host David Peck talk about his new film premiering at TIFF, race relations in America, courage and why Sammy Davis Junior was the greatest entertainer of the 20th century.
rabble radio September 7
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How well are our students being prepared to solve the world's problems? Three teachers share their perspectives.
face2face September 5
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Wayne and Face2Face host David Peck talk about "glib patriotism", community as the way to healing, how talent and bravery are connected, love and the importance of "powerful fiction".
Talking Radical Radio September 5
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Michele Decottignie and Olivia Marie Golosky talk about Stage Left Productions, theatre of the oppressed, and challenging inequities in the performing arts.
Asia Pacific Currents September 1
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While Indonesia is formally a democracy, powerful economic and political interests influence the law towards their interests.
face2face August 29
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Erika and Face2Face host David Peck talk about Shari'a law, gender justice, and life for women in the Middle East, education, power, politics and storytelling.
rabble radio special August 29
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On Saturday, August 29, a group of white supremacists decided to hold a rally. And a larger number of anti-white supremacists decided to join them.
Talking Radical Radio August 29
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Lynne Courchene-Allard and Jean-Paul Allard talk about their human rights complaint against the Ontario Ministry of Education.
Asia Pacific Currents August 25
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The so called umbrella protest movement in Hong Kong in 2014 was unprecedented. The latest arrests shows that the Hong Kong government is still trying to suppress it.
rabble radio special August 24
Stop Hate Vigil - Barrie Ontario
Most of the coverage of demonstrations against white supremacy are from big cities. We hear from two small cities -- Barrie and London Ontario
face2face August 22
Peter Gadjics on his book "The Inheritance of Shame"
Peter Gajdics talks about "The Inheritance of Shame," dealing with trauma surviving conversion therapy and how remembering helps in his recovery.
Talking Radical Radio August 22
Jean Swanson and Aiden Sisler talk about anti-poverty activist Swanson’s movement-powered campaign for a seat on Vancouver city council.
Asia Pacific Currents August 21
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The death toll of President Duterte's "War on Drugs" is now reaching 10,000 people. Paramilitary death squads are now a feature of life in the Philippines bringing terror to millions of people.
Needs No Introduction August 17
Connecting Climate Change to Social Change Panel
Climate Change isn't just about economics and science. It's about our entire way of life. This panel from the 5th Annual Tommy Douglas Institute explores the connections.
face2face August 15
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Tanya Cothran and David Peck talk about mutual trust, Smart Risks, peace-building, mattresses, innovation and a grassroots manifesto for change.
Talking Radical Radio August 15
TRACX is a project of OPIRG which leverages expertise and resources that are available in the university context to help communities and grassroots organizations.
Asia Pacific Currents August 15
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Tens of thousands of women have being on strike for over 45 days demanding that they be employed as regular workers and receive the benefits that they are entitled to.
face2face August 9
Chris and Face2Face host David Peck talk about engaged Buddhism, Cambodia, power and politics, photographs as symbols and hope.
Talking Radical Radio August 8
Dorian Jesse Fraser talks about the Queer Between the Covers book fair and distro.
Asia Pacific Currents August 8
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The garment sector in Bangladesh is characterized by low wages, unsafe working conditions, repression against labour activists which all lead to accident and deaths in the workplace.
gooderGoods August 3
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Filipinos abroad send $2 billion+/month back home. Social entrepreneurs create help the poor by giving more than a hand-down. Global markets can help in conscious consumption.
rabble radio August 2
Heather Majaury and Myrriah Gomez-Majaury
The issue of identity can be difficult for people of mixed Indigenous and settler heritage. With Braden Alexander, Heather Majaury, Myrriah Gomez-Majaury about integrating those two solitudes.
face2face August 1
Kelita and Face2Face host David Peck talk about country music, trauma, suicide, resilience, and the importance of story telling, listening and how we can break the “cycle”.
Talking Radical Radio August 1
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Julia Smith and Sean Carleton talk about the Graphic History Collective and its 'Remember Resist Redraw' poster project.

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