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rabble radio is the flagship show of the rpn. It's a mix of political commentary, soundseeing tours, movie reviews, and the latest in Canadian music. It's all produced by a country-wide cadre of volunteers.
Decolonizing the Media: Media Democracy Days 2016
November 30, 2016
| Excerpts from two presentations -- Ryan McMahon, Indigenous storyteller and podcast host; and Indigenous Anti-Oppression Activist Tami Starlight.
31:48 minutes (41.88 MB)
Participation: Building a sense of belonging in our communities
November 1, 2016
| What makes a healthy community? The Vital Signs report from the Community Foundations of Canada has some surprising findings.
28:48 minutes (26.38 MB)
September 30, 2016
| A look at the corporate march across the farmlands of Canada and the rest of the world.
29:15 minutes (28.75 MB)
World Social Forum: The sequel
September 1, 2016
| We have more interviews from the World Social Forum! Indigenous struggles and resistance, the American election, and our newest podcast on the RPN.
32:27 minutes (37.14 MB)
Acoustic ecology and the art of listening
August 1, 2016
| July 18 was World Listening Day. Some thoughts about paying attention to what our ears are telling us.
27:47 minutes (25.45 MB)
Soapboxes, Sellouts and Upstarts
June 30, 2016
| The Canadian media landscape and where rabble fits in: a talk by Wayne MacPhail, rabble.ca's director of emerging media.
29:57 minutes (34.28 MB)
Black Lives Matter: Two cities, two different approaches
May 31, 2016
| Desmond Cole, Toronto journalist and activist and Cicely Belle-Blain a Vancouver artist and community organizer, talk about Black Lives Matter in their cities.
30:00 minutes (68.67 MB)
What in the world is the World Social Forum?
May 2, 2016
| Activists from around the world will be coming to Montreal from August 9-14, 2016. Hear ye, hear ye!
29:25 minutes (28.09 MB)
Honduras: Tragedy and hope
April 1, 2016
| Honduras was in the spotlight with the recent murder of environmentalist Berta Caceras. But that's not stopping World Accord of Waterloo from working with their Honduran partners.
29:18 minutes (27.98 MB)
Sounding change: rabble radio February 2016
February 29, 2016
| We go to Podcamp Toronto 2016 and hear about diversity in radio... or more accurately, the lack of it. And how you can do your own podcast because everybody has a story that can change the world.
29:35 minutes (27.09 MB)
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