This edition of the podcast features the second part of the Diversity of Tactics panel held Feb. 20 at downtown Vancouver’s W2 Community Media Arts Centre, to discuss and reflect on the effectiveness of varied protest methods in light of those used during the Olympics. Put on by rabble.ca and Working TV, the event featured StopWar.ca activist and writer Derrick O’Keefe and No One Is Illegal activist and writer Harsha Walia. The panel was moderated by Charlie Smith, editor for The Georgia Straight, and was followed by a Q&A and audience discussion on the criticisms and benefits of a diversity of protest tactics.
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