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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)
Dam Line 9! Interview on the Enbridge worksite blockade
August 8, 2014
| From the #DailyGRRR!, an interview with Lana, a blockader at the Dam Line 9 occupation in Innerkip. Lana talks about why blockaders are concerned about Line 9 as well as what is happening on site.
16:33 minutes (15.16 MB)
Community-financed tar sands environmental pollution study released
July 20, 2014
| #DailyGRRR! host Rachel Avery speaks with Stephane McLachlan, the lead researcher of a study released this week about the health and ecosystem impacts of the tar sands in Fort Chipewyan.
18:29 minutes (16.93 MB)
Update with Deepan Budlakoti, made stateless by Canada
July 19, 2014
| Update with Deepan Budlakoti, a target of the Harper government who, despite holding only Canadian citizenship and having lived in the country his entire life, risks deportation.
17:19 minutes (15.86 MB)
G20 Four Years Later: Interview With Alex Hundert
June 30, 2014
| We speak with former AW@L Radio host and long time activist Alex Hundert about what he is doing 4 years after the Toronto G20. Hint: same thing as before, but more...
19:57 minutes (18.28 MB)
Anti-Gentrification Tent City In Kitchener
June 21, 2014
| An anti-gentrification tent city and week of action is ongoing in Kitchener to resist the ongoing tech sector and condo takeover of the downtown. Julian Ichim joins us in studio to talk about it.
14:19 minutes (13.12 MB)
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