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Peace and social justice discussions from campus radio Waterloo.
No love for Marineland: Sweeping changes proposed for Ontario's captive marine mammal industry
January 30, 2015
| An interview with Dylan Powell of Marineland Animal Defense on the recent announcement by Ontario's government to change rules governing the captive marine mammal industry in the province.
34:39 minutes (47.59 MB)
Fighting The Tar Sands Pipeline Through Burnaby Mountain
December 5, 2014
| An interview with Earyn Wheatley, who's been involved in the resistance to Kinder Morgan's proposed Trans Mountain tar sands pipeline at Burnaby Mountain.
18:24 minutes (25.29 MB)
#BlackLivesMatter: KW2Ferguson solidarity and justice for Jermaine Carby
November 29, 2014
| An interview from the #BlackLivesMatter #KW2Ferguson demo, audio from Mumia Abu-Jamal on Ferguson, and info on the murder of unarmed Black man Jermaine Carby by Peel Police.
12:28 minutes (17.13 MB)
Oz Cole-Arnal: Progressive Candidate for Chair of Waterloo Region
October 16, 2014
| An interview w/ Oscar Cole-Arnal, an anti-poverty activist + progressive candidate for the position of Waterloo Regional Chair in the upcoming elections. http://www.allianceagainstpoverty.com/
28:06 minutes (38.6 MB)
Ban tar sands dilbit from Line 9 and Waterloo region and respect the treaties
September 30, 2014
| On September 17, Waterloo region residents presented to council urging them to enact a municipal tar sands dilbit ban, and to honour settler treaty responsibilities to Indigenous nations.
11:44 minutes (16.12 MB)
Commemorating one year since #MigrantStrike
September 17, 2014
| An interview with Tings from the End Immigration Detention Network to mark one year since the migrant strike actions by detained immigrants in Ontario and Quebec.
20:06 minutes (27.62 MB)
Made Stateless by Canada - The Ongoing Saga of Deepan Budlakoti
September 12, 2014
| An Interview with Deepan Budlakoti, an Ottawa-born man whose citizenship was unilaterally revoked by the Harper government, a move that was recently upheld by a federal judge
26:03 minutes (35.79 MB)
The Coup's aggressive, danceable, and hopeful musical revolution
September 4, 2014
| In an interview with Boots Riley of "punk-funk, Communist revolution" band, The Coup, we talk the band, bringing the revolution to art, withholding labour, hopeful organizing in Oakland and more.
22:44 minutes (20.82 MB)
Out of the Cold program closures in Waterloo region
August 25, 2014
| Brayden, an organizer with Kitchener's Alliance Against Poverty, speaks about the Out of the Cold shelter and food program now that a fourth host site has backed out.
17:06 minutes (15.66 MB)
International Week for Anarchist Prisoners
August 22, 2014
| An interview with Tammy, who is helping to organize the International Week for Anarchist Prisoners from August 23 to 30 with events being held at "The Tower" social space in Hamilton, Ontario.
16:03 minutes (14.71 MB)
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