CitizenShift

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CitizenShift

The National Film Board of Canada presents CITIZENShift, a series of podcasts created by media-savvy citizens who tell their stories their way, and want to share their experiences with you!

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May 20, 2008

71 - PART II: Architecture of the Occupation

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Part two of a two-part podcast that explores the critical theory of Israeli architect Eyal Weizman to understand how urban planning is a strategic element of occupation in the Occupied Territories.
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May 19, 2008

70 - PART I: Architecture of the Occupation

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Part one of a two-part podcast that explores the critical theory of Israeli architect Eyal Weizman to understand how urban planning is a strategic element of occupation in the Occupied Territories.
Podcast
Mar 28, 2008

68 - Taking It Back!

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An hour-long audio-documentary on the special needs provisions in social assistance legislation in Ontario and Nova Scotia and anti-poverty organizations working to dismantle barriers to health.
Podcast
Feb 8, 2008

63 - No 2010 Olympics: Take Back Land or Die Trying

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Speakers Kanahus Pellkey and Dustin Johnson, with the Native Youth Movement (NYM) Warriors Society, discuss ongoing resistance to the 2010 Olympics and the land grab underway in British Columbia.
Podcast
Feb 8, 2008

63 - No 2010 Olympics: Take Back Land or Die Trying

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Speakers Kanahus Pellkey and Dustin Johnson, with the Native Youth Movement (NYM) Warriors Society, discuss ongoing resistance to the 2010 Olympics and the land grab underway in British Columbia.
Podcast
Sep 26, 2007

56 - Deconstructing the coup in Haiti, by Darren Ell

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Darren Ell interviews the director of the Institute for Justice & Democracy in Haiti, Brian Concannon, about the political situation and specifically the crimes of UN forces (MINUSTAH) in Haiti.
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Aug 27, 2007

53 - An Interview with Severn Cullis-Suzuki

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Severn Cullis-Suzuki has been speaking out on social justice and environmental issues since she was young. She’s an editor of and writer for Notes From Canada’s Young Activists: A Generation Stands Up
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Jul 24, 2007

47 - Filmmaker Interview - Jaime Gianopoulos

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A Promise is a Promise is a moving film about Sheremet and Musa, two boys from war-torn Kosovo who, with the help of one Canadian soldier, made their way to Canada.
Podcast
Jul 17, 2007

49: Health Crisis in Haiti

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This week, Darren Ell interviews American physician and heart specialist, Dr John Carrol about the health conditions in Haiti with a focus on conditions in the impoverished neighborhood of Cité Soleil
Podcast
Jun 12, 2007

46 - Podcasting the Law

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This week, we talk to Jim Milles who is a podcaster and law librarian at the University of New York at Buffalo. Jim and the UB Law Faculty use podcasting as a means to discuss legal issues in ways tha
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May 23, 2007

44 - Hugh McGuire on Librivox.org

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Hugh McGuire talks about Librivox, the online free audiobook community that he founded. The Librivox community is now among the most prolific producers of audiobooks in the world.
Podcast
May 8, 2007

43 - Six Nations and the Caledonia Land Dispute

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Hamilton radio journalist, Maggie Hughes, gives an overview of the Aboriginal land dispute in Caledonia. Speaking to residents and protestors first-hand Hughes explores the roots of the conflict.

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