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The Hum Podcast March 13
Julie Francoeur, Executive Director of FairTrade
Julie Francoeur of Fairtrade Canada talks about how people get caught up in slavery, how it finds itself in nearly everything we own, and ways to address this ever-growing dilemma.
Talking Radical Radio March 12
Building tenant power in Ottawa's Herongate neighbourhood
Tammy Mast and Kenneth Aliu talk about the Herongate Tenant Coalition's fight against mass evictions, chronic disrepair, rent increases, and gentrification.
Asia Pacific Currents March 12
International Women's Day redux - the report from Australia
APC was at the 2019 IWD march in Melbourne, Australia and brings you some speeches from Aboriginal women and the issues that they are facing.
rabble radio March 8
Dmitri Lascaris in Caracas, Venezuela
Canadian activist, journalist and lawyer Dimitri Lascaris was in Venezuela in February, talking to people with varying opinions about the causes of the current crisis. He talks about what he heard.
RadioLabour March 8
Why women need to join unions now - Marie Clarke Walker
CLC Secretary Treasurer Marie Clarke Walker says "Join a union!" -- an epic attempt at global equal pay for work of equal value; and the LabourStart report about union events.
face2face March 6
Broken Families, Child Welfare and the new film Next of Kin
"Next of Kin" is a detective story in which the goal is not to catch a killer but to save a life. But what if one family connection could alter their future? Nadine Pequeneza talks about her film.
Talking Radical Radio March 5
Defending reproductive rights in Alberta
The 1988 Supreme Court Decision legalizing abortion in Canada made history, but Alberta Pro-Choice Coalition board member Kathy Dawson says there is still a long way to go 31 years later.
Asia Pacific Currents March 5
Protest march in 2018 against the Sterlite copper smelter
The copper smelter complex in the southern Tamil Nadu town of Tuticorin has been the focus of large protests. One of its main opponents, Mugilan, has now been disappeared.
RadioLabour March 1
Are organized thugs killing people with drugs in BC? RadioLabour's Canada Report for March 1-8, 2019
The BCGEU wants a public inquiry into organized crime and drug overdosing; OFL to fight health-care privatization; African labour leader arrested in Zimbabwe.
rabble radio February 28
Petition campaign calls on the federal government to revoke the charitable status of the Jewish National Fund Canada
David Mivasair, a rabbi living in Hamilton, talks about why he believes the Jewish National Fund Canada should not have charitable tax status.
face2face February 27
Adventures in Memory, Shakespeare, Molecules and Neuroscience
In their new book, Hilde and Ylva Østby talk about Shakespeare, molecules, literature and neuroscience, the dark arts, the imagination and why we should cherish our memories.
The Hum Podcast February 27
Vuyiseka Dubula-Majola, HIV/AIDS activist
South African AIDS activist Vuyiseka discusses the process of being diagnosed with HIV, the socio-economic politics associated with treatment, and why she has so much hope for the future of activism.
Talking Radical Radio February 26
Fighting harassment and discrimination in the workplace
Liane Tessier and Judy Haiven talk about Equity Watch, a Halifax-based grassroots organization devoted to fight bullying, harassment, and discrimination in workplaces.
Asia Pacific Currents February 26
 Journalists under attack in the Philippines
Maria Ressa, CEO of media organization Rappler, talks about why the Philippines is one of the world's most dangerous places for journalists.
RadioLabour February 22
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On this week's program: USW fights to stop killings, cutting overtime during a nursing shortage and the global struggle to win social justice.
rabble radio February 21
volunteer at CKMS Waterloo 2004
A conversation with NCRA executive director Barry Rooke about the potential impact of a new funding formula in Ontario being proposed by the Ford government.
face2face February 20
Brigid Delaney, her best selling book Wellmania & the pros & cons of the health industry.
Brigid Delaney and David Peck talk about her book Wellmania, the pros and cons of the health industry, loneliness and fasting, community and connections, meditation and how sleep is free.
Talking Radical Radio February 19
John Clarke recently retired after almost three decades as an organizer with the Ontario Coalition Against Poverty. In this episode, he looks back on that long involvement.
RadioLabour February 15
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On Radio Labour's report for Feb. 15 - 21 -- Black History Month, how OPSEU socially mapped its membership, teachers key to fighting authoritarian populism and more.
radio book lounge February 14
‘The Lily Bard Mysteries – The Body in Shakespeare Park’ -  a video game involving sexual assault that strives to heal, not trigger
Jean Leggett is a feminist and CEO of One More Story Games, a combination of story and video game. She talks about their newest game and creating games which are a positive space for women.
face2face February 13
'Shut Him Down' - a new film attempts a fresh look at the controversial ideas of Jordan Peterson
Is there more to be said about controversial and polarizing figure Jordan Peterson? Filmmaker Patricia Marcoccia talks about her new film "Shut Him Down: The Rise of Jordan Peterson."
The Hum Podcast February 13
Major Monique Brown of the Baltimore Police Force
African-American police officer Major Monique Brown discusses the documentary "Charm City," growing up in the community she serves, and her first time trying poutine.
Talking Radical Radio February 12
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Mike Reynolds of Everyday Girl Dad and Frédérique Chabot of Action Canada for Sexual Health and Rights talk about sex-positive parenting.
Asia Pacific Currents February 12
Korean workers say no to outsourcing death
Outsourcing is a problem for workers all around the world. A recent workplace death has sparked a massive protest movement in South Korea.
rabble radio February 8
Niki Ashton on the Canadian imperative for progressive internationalism
NDP MP Niki Ashton speaks about the importance of linking local Canadian social movements to a bold international vision of solidarity through the budding Progressive International movement.
RadioLabour February 8
UNIFOR's fight against GM Oshawa closure intensifies --  RadioLabour
In the RadioLabour Country report for February 8 to 14, UNIFOR calls for boycott of GM cars from Mexico and ILO Maternity Protection at Work.
face2face February 6
Ann Shin on Super Foods, Ghetto Gardens and the Butterfly Effect
Ann Shin talks to David Peck talk about her new film 'The Superfood Chain', ghetto gardens, sustainability, local versus fair trade, the butterfly effect and crossing into other cultures.
Talking Radical Radio February 5
A successful campaign against medical colonialism
Pediatric emergency physician Samir Shaheen-Hussain talks about a recent successful campaign against an aspect of medical colonialism and racism in Quebec.
rabble radio February 1
Canadian activists talk about the coup in Venezuela and some of the reasons our government is declaring it a righteous act.
With Radhika Desai - Winnipeg-Venezuela Peace Committee, Nino Pagliccia - Vancouver based Venezuelan Canada and Humberto da Silva, member of the delegation which monitored May 2018's election.
RadioLabour February 1
For many Canadians, it's the rent or medicine
Weekly labour roundup by RadioLabour for Feb. 1-7, 2019 focuses on national pharmacare, the opioid crisis and the need for new rules for the global economic order.

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