rabble radio special

Freedom Flotilla III: An interview with Bob Lovelace

July 7, 2015
| A conversation upon Bob Lovelace's return to Canada with rabble news intern Megan Devlin.
Length: 24:15 minutes (11.1 MB)

Wendy Gritter on faith, LGBTQ communities and change

July 2, 2015
| Wendy talks about shame, guilt and principled pluralism -- how many of us have been socialized to feel disgust for the other and how secrets breed toxicity and ultimately cover up truth and justice.
Length: 47:45 minutes (54.65 MB)
Needs No Introduction

Indigenous Women's Activism

July 2, 2015
| The United Nations Commission on the Elimination on All Forms of Discrimination against Women and Indigenous Women -- a panel discussion.
Length: 47:52 minutes (21.92 MB)
Talking Radical Radio

Physicians mobilizing in defense of health care for refugees

July 1, 2015
| Dr. Hasan Sheikh talks about the work by Canadian Doctors for Refugee Care attempting to reverse the cruel 2012 cuts to health care for refugees.
Length: 28:33 minutes (26.15 MB)
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Episode 166: Happy 10th birthday, rabble podcast network!

June 29, 2015
| It's our 10th birthday this year. A look back, a look forward.
Length: 39:37 minutes (90.68 MB)

The Scottish independence victory

June 27, 2015
| The referendum failed, but the movement lives on. Radical Independence leader Cat Boyd speaks on the topic "The Scottish Left After the Referendum and the U.K. Election."
Length: 29:14 minutes (40.15 MB)
Talking Radical Radio

Reconciling queerness and faith at the Human RITES Conference

June 24, 2015
| Kim Holmes-Younger and Pam Rocker talk about a Calgary conference that brought people from multiple faiths together to discuss LGBTQ experiences of religion.
Length: 28:43 minutes (26.3 MB)

The struggle continues against media concentration

June 23, 2015
| How does concentration of media ownership harm us, and where does the struggle against it stand today?
Length: 29:14 minutes (40.16 MB)
Needs No Introduction

Fierce Voices: Young women speak out

June 19, 2015
| Young women speak out about making the Internet a safe space for their voices.
Length: 53:11 minutes (60.88 MB)

The myth of abundance

June 18, 2015
| Canadian governments act as if fresh water will never run out. Maude Barlow calls this belief the myth of abundance. She details the threats facing our water supply in her new report, "Blue Betrayal."
Length: 13:30 minutes (12.37 MB)