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Aug 3, 2009

Ep. 98 - Taking Toronto's Streets

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Dan Kellar interviewers organisers and participants on the impact of the Tamil demonstrations in Canada.
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Jul 3, 2009

Ep. 95 - Autonomy in the Point

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A look at the Autonomous Social Centre project, a recent initiative to squat an abandoned building and to turn it into a community centre in Montreal’s Pointe St-Charles neighbourhood.
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Apr 21, 2009

88 - Women Behind Bars

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Britt Wray examines the situation for women living in jail in Canada.
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Mar 27, 2009

87 - Pathways to Your Plate: Part 2

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This is the final episode in a two part series. Lili Eskinazi and Roberto Nieto spent a month in Mexico recently, exploring the links between agricultural workers there and the food we eat every day h
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Mar 19, 2009

86 - A School of Assassins

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For 20 years, thousands have gathered outside the School of the Americas to protest what goes on behind its walls - and what its students do once they graduate. Jon Marck reports in 'A School of Assas
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Mar 17, 2009

Ep. 85 - Pathways to your Plate, pt 1: Dignified Rage

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This is the first in a two-part series. Lili Eskinazi and Roberto Nieto spent a month in Mexico recently, exploring the links between agricultural workers there and the food we eat every day here in C
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Mar 16, 2009

Ep. 84 - Beyond the Numbers

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A look beyond the numbers of the financial crisis at the human impact in an industrial Canadian town.
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Feb 25, 2009

83 - Walking the Word of the People

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How indigenous Colombian activists harness communication technology to protect and strengthen their communities.
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Feb 5, 2009

No Construction without Consultation

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Amidst Canada's whirlwind of infrastructure development, Adam Bemma brings us a cautionary tale from Montreal of construction without consultation, and growing frustration among city residents
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Jan 22, 2009

81 - From Tar Sands to Great Lakes

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Maggie Hughes investigates growing concerns over the impact of the tar sands beyond Alberta's borders.
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Dec 16, 2008

78 - Learning Outside the System: Life as an Unschooler

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CitizenShift’s Denise Hastings and Michelle Drew sat down with filmmaker Astra Taylor to explore growing up unschooled, and debunking some of the myths of homeschooling along the way.
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Dec 2, 2008

77 - Howard Zinn: Taking the Risk for Change

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Howard Zinn, renowned teacher, author, historian and civil rights activist, on how real change only comes about when people are willing to take a risk
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Jun 17, 2008

73 - Black Flags, Books, and a Burgeoning Movement

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A 22-minute audio documentary on the Montreal Anarchist Bookfair, and topics featured at the event - from current struggles on Mohawk Territory to building movements in solidarity with prisoners.

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