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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.
Peoples' Social Forum: Fourth and last day
August 25, 2014
| The last day of #PSF2014 focused on summarizing the many conversations, sessions and workshops which took place. Here are highlights from the Final Assembly.
26:41 minutes (48.87 MB)
Peoples' Social Forum: Day three
August 23, 2014
| An excerpt from a talk by Ellen Gabriel, conversations with delegates and soundscapes from the powwow on Sparks Street.
26:33 minutes (48.64 MB)
Peoples' Social Forum: Day two
August 22, 2014
| Listen to highlights from day two of the Peoples' Social Forum, including: being an activist in Alberta, creating a Department of Peace, and independent media in Canada.
28:29 minutes (52.17 MB)
The Peoples' Social Forum: The first day
August 21, 2014
| Highlights from the first day of a gathering of activists, journalists, artists and thinkers in Ottawa from across Canada.
31:06 minutes (56.98 MB)
Episode 157: Gaza behind the headlines
August 4, 2014
| Today on rabble radio, we feature a couple of interviews which provide some of the background behind the headlines about the attack on Gaza.
31:39 minutes (57.97 MB)
Episode 156 -- Celebratory Activism
June 30, 2014
| In this podcast, we look at the role that art plays in activism.
31:13 minutes (28.59 MB)
Episode 155 - The more we get together: Talking intersectionality in activism
May 28, 2014
| In this podcast activists across North America talk about intersectionality. Let's bring together gender justice, socialism, feminism, economics. What will you add to the mix?
29:10 minutes (26.78 MB)
Episode 154: Labouring for change
April 28, 2014
| May Day is coming and we celebrate by hearing about labour in Indonesia, and spoken word poem about justice in the U.S., plus an agricultural land reserve and community gardening in Ottawa.
36:57 minutes (50.83 MB)
Episode 153: Rape culture exists. So does feminism.
March 31, 2014
| In this episode we don’t question the existence of rape culture, we explore it. We also hear from an activist about a human rights framework for women’s rights and research on stranger harassment.
31:42 minutes (43.62 MB)
Art's the thing: A punk pioneer, an indie filmmaker, and a doc review
March 3, 2014
| George Bernard Shaw said "Without art, the crudeness of reality would make the world unbearable." We turn to stories of music and film, and how they can help, even just a little, change the world.
31:41 minutes (43.59 MB)
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