Two young Halifax activists, Aaron and Amanda, were touched and inspired by Tooker and Angela's work. They share their feelings about depression, community, and the state of the world.
(0:00 - 0:54 rabble and boilingfrog intro)
(0:55 - 7:10 Aaron Doncaster '... we have to become the revolution!')
(7:12 - 14:13 Amanda Dainow '...Angela, you've really helped me and impacted my life... do you wanna hug?')
(14:14 - 14:37 extro)
Recorded live at Halifax Farmers market on April 8, 2006 and edited at International Funk in Edmonton on May 21, 2006.
Listen to our other podcasts from the Healthy Mind Body Planet Tour:
Critical Dialogue with Dr. Michele Brill-Edwards
Fredericton 2: up close in the Underground
Fredericton: Stories from the Underground
Critical Dialogue with Dr. David Zitner
WARNING: There may be drugs in your food.
Elsipogtog Speaks Out
Launching the Healthy Mind Body Planet Tour
and watch some of the tour videos on rabblevision.
In Halifax, the Healthy Mind Body Planet Tour spends time on the bridge where Tooker breathed his last, and visit with the Justice Ministers staff and the Chief Medical Examiner calling for an inquiry into his death.
'ALL ABOARD! the HMBP Tour departs here'
On April 1, 2006 the Healthy Mind Body Planet Tour begins at Union (yoga) Station in Toronto, Canada. By train and car we aim for Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Trailer - Healthy Mind Body Planet
Introducing boilingfrog’s presentation on the Healthy Mind Body Planet Tour, April 3 - June 20, 2006.
What have drug companies accomplished? Why are alternatives inaccessible?
and stay tuned at boilingfrog's podcast portal for more audio podcasts from across Canada.
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