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A series of speeches and lectures from the finest minds of our time. Fresh ideas from speakers of note.
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Circuits of struggle: Community media in Oaxaca

July 14, 2015
| An address about the power of grassroots communications from the Union of Democratic Communications Conference, May 1, 2015 in Toronto.
Length: 1:05:27 minutes (59.93 MB)
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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)
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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)
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People's journalism under fire: Remembering Ali Mustafa

June 9, 2015
| A panel of the late photojournalist's peers discuss Ali Mustafa's life and work in Toronto.
Length: 57:14 minutes (65.5 MB)
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Unite Against Austerity: Anti-austerity talks in Toronto

May 12, 2015
| A panel discussion was held in Toronto on April 25, 2015 at the Steelworkers Hall to discuss austerity agendas.
Length: 55:45 minutes (102.08 MB)
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George Lakoff: Framing progressive values and language to win the next election

April 20, 2015
| George Lakoff is a cognitive linguist who says that to win the next election, progressives need to frame their ideas differently. In this lecture he talks about how.
Length: 54:21 minutes (49.77 MB)
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April 16, 2015
| A talk at Carleton University by Sue Montgomery on Thurs. February 26, 2015
Length: 1:04:34 minutes (59.12 MB)
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The Inconvenient Truth about Harper's Canada

April 6, 2015
| A discussion with authors Michael Harris and Donald Gutstein on the Harper regime and some of the tactics by the Conservative government to ensure their re-election.
Length: 1:03:45 minutes (58.38 MB)
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Violence against Indigenous women, girls and two-spirits: What's the state of law and the role of advocacy?

March 30, 2015
| A panel discussion hosted by the Aboriginal Law and Feminist Law Students Associations at the University of Toronto.
Length: 1:08:49 minutes (63.01 MB)
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Harper vs. Canada: Putting the Conservative Record on Trial

March 19, 2015
| rabble's Parliamentary reporter Karl Nerenberg launches a new book on Harper, as part of a panel in Ottawa, with Maude Barlow and author Mark Bourrie.
Length: 1:02:34 minutes (85.92 MB)