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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Dec 7, 2006

29 - Violence Against Women: A Nigerian Perspective

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Olabimpe Olatubosun discusses the state of violence against women in Nigeria. Olatubosun is a researcher in the Department of Political Science at the University of Ibadan, Nigeria.
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Nov 29, 2006

Older Women Live: Listen to the OWLs

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This is a profile of OWL, a group of older women who are empowering other older women by giving them a voice in the media and demystifying technology.
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Oct 26, 2006

25 - Non-violent Resistance in Israel and Palestine

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Rose Marie Whalley explores non-violent resistance in the Middle East. Paul Pierce is helping to encourage young Israelis to opt for conscientious objection rather than serve in the military, while Ka
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Oct 4, 2006

21 - Free Culture: Chapter One

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Doug Kay, from ITConversations.com, reads the first chapter of Lawrence Lessig's book, Free Culture: How Big Media uses Technology and the Law to Lock Down Culture and Control Creativity.
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Sep 18, 2006

Umoyo (Life): Zambian Music

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This podcast features music from the grounds of Umoyo school in Zambia. Young women from the school were singing – in full harmony.
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Sep 12, 2006

Energy and Sustainability with The Watt podcast

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"The Watt" is an excellent Canadian podcast that focuses on issues "from the green to the dirty of energy and sustainability". In this show, listen as Ben Kenney and company discus
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Aug 28, 2006

Unspeakable, A film about stuttering by John Paskievich

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This week's podcast deals with the issue of stuttering. The show includes clips from the new NFB film, Unspeakable, and an interview with the film's director, John Paskievich, who wants to change the
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Aug 8, 2006

Josue Maya's Spoken Word Poetry

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Josue Maya is currently a violence prevention worker at FYI. As an active community youth leader, Josue uses spoken word poetry to engage and inspire his peers.
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Jul 10, 2006

Media, War, and Occupation, Sonali Kolhatkar

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Listen to a presentation given by Sonali Kolhatkar of the Afghan Women's Mission & radio host of Uprising Radio at KPFK Pacific Radio in LA. This presentation was given in Montreal in April 2006,
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Jun 20, 2006

Homeless Nation Podcast #2

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Another special presentation of the Homeless Nation podcast. This episode features poet, Bud Osbourn, who waxes philosophical about the values he's nurtured in his life. To learn more, visit: homeless
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Jun 13, 2006

Homeless Nation Podcast

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<br /> A special presentation of the Homeless Nation podcast. This episode features Haybail Mike Mckerracher, a Vancouver singer-songwriter whose music reflects his life on the street. To learn more,
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May 30, 2006

Bumping Heads with the Police

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Tivon Thompson, a twelve-year-old high school student interviews educators and social workers in Little Burgundy, Montreal, on ways to improve relations between the Montreal police department and dise

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