The Constructing Change podcast returns!

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The Constructing Change podcast has returned!  

The Constructing Change Podcast is an extension of the Lynn Williams Activist Toolkit -- a collaborative effort devoted to providing how -- ­to guides, reports, workshops and a smattering of other resources geared to get you involved.

On today's program -- a brief conversation with Activist Toolkit producer Maya Bhullar, looking back at 2015 and what needs to be done to continue to undo the damage of the Harper regime.  

And in case you're wondering who the heck Lynn Williams is -- Activist, organizer and labour leader Lynn Williams was committed to social justice, inspiring generations of United Steelworker activists. Though he passed away on May 4, 2015 (right after May Day), his spirit lives on.  This podcast is dedicated to the spirit of change and fairness Lynn Williams inspired in so many communities.

Read more about Lynn Williams here and please check out the Toolkit’s blog and user guide for more information.

Want more change in your life?

This podcast is about amplifying your voices and supporting the work that you do. So please send your work, your events and your knowledge to toolkit@rabble.ca and we will do the rest.

Music by: Fabian Measures. 

 

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