Talking Radical Radio July 13
Kimbra Yohannes and Daniel Tseghay talk about the work of We Welcome African Refugees.
Redeye July 12
Following the mass shooting in an Orlando nightclub, family members said the shooter had no record of previous hate crimes. But that depends on how you categorize domestic violence.
WINGS July 12
Backers of Brexit are not ignorant -- and neither are their opponents.
Redeye July 12
Judy Da Silva says mercury dumped into the waterways nearly 60 years ago must be cleaned up. She says Premier Wynne is using scare tactics when she says cleanup will make the situation worse.
face2face July 10
Greg Paul is a pastor and the founder of the Sanctuary community in Toronto.
Asia Pacific Currents July 8
This week's updates include an interview with Farooq Tariq on Baba Jan and ongoing political repression in Pakistan.
Talking Radical Radio July 6
Craig Heron talks about his book "Lunch-Bucket Lives: Remaking the Workers' City" and about the relevance of history to movements today.
Green Majority Radio July 5
Down goes Northern Gateway
Canada ranks second on the Social Progress Index but we fall down on environmental protections. Top story is the failure to approve the Northern Gateway pipeline.
Feminist Current July 5
In this episode, Meghan Murphy speaks with author and musher, Blair Braverman, about her new book, Welcome to the Goddamn Ice Cube.
GroundWire July 4
This episode of GroundWire features the opposition to condos on unceded Algonquin Territory, River Run protest to support Grassy Narrows and more.
WINGS July 4
The FTA Follies - politicians as a chorus line lose control of agenda
Kate Raphael of KPFA Women's Magazine asks Professors Maria Floro and Stephanie Seguino, two of the premier voices on gender equity and globalization, to demystify trade policy.
Asia Pacific Currents July 1
Updates of labour struggles in the Asia-Pacific region and the repression that Iranian workers face inside Iran.
rabble radio June 30
The Canadian media landscape and where rabble fits in: a talk by Wayne MacPhail, rabble.ca's director of emerging media.
Green Majority Radio June 29
Burn This Puppy Down!
Between Trump, Bernie Sanders, the Brexit vote, the various "springs" around the world etc., one thing is certain: people are pissed and are lashing out.
The Hum Podcast June 29
photo by Katy Chan
Tanisha Taitt, a survivor of violence, shares her thoughts on gender conditioning, Jian Ghomeshi, and living beyond labels.
Talking Radical Radio June 29
Jessica Barry and Nicole Collins talk about the work that Smash Patriarchy: An Action Team is doing in St. John's.
WINGS June 29
Sarai Walker and the cover of her novel Dietland, which shows a cupcake grenade
Being a fat woman who says she loves her body is a radical act, author Sarai Walker, the author of Dietland, discovers.
Redeye June 28
The Liberals are looking at privatizing public assets to pay for the billions of dollars of infrastructure spending they promised. Brent Patterson says Canada Post and the CBC could be at risk.
face2face June 28
Brian McKenna on Armageddon, Newfoundland and the Battle of the Somme
Brian and I talk about his new film "Newfoundland at Armageddon," unnecessary war and how an incident with bullies changed his life.
gooderGoods June 27
100in1dayTO, Wanted: Textile Waste,
Diverting Textile Waste via 100-in-1dayTO Citizen Intervention
Asia Pacific Currents June 27
Labour updates of workers' struggles from the Asia-Pacific region and interview with Steve Diston, ETU, on an outsourcing dispute.
Redeye June 27
Canada is already the most sued developed country in the world. The Trans-Pacific Partnership will open Canada up to yet more lawsuits over its environmental and resource management policies.
face2face June 24
Jay talks about his new approach to giving and Givesome.
Jay talks about his new approach to giving. We touch on philanthropy, why he's passionate about the giver and how a meeting at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas changed his life.
Redeye June 22
Crab Park has a beach, acres of green space and a stunning view of the North Shore mountains. That view is threatened by Port of Vancouver plans for expansion to the Centerm container terminal.
Redeye June 22
Karen Sawatsky says there are over 1,000 entire units being used exclusively for short term rentals in Vancouver and that this is contributing to the city’s rental housing crisis.
Talking Radical Radio June 22
Jen Kuhl and Edith Machattie talk about the work of the B.C. Health Coalition and about a grave legal threat to public health care.
GroundWire June 20
This episode of GroundWire was produced in part at the annual national campus and community radio conference, held this year in Ottawa on unceded and unsurrendered Algonquin territory.
Green Majority Radio June 20
Activism In The Age Of Terror
Peabody Energy is a massive coal company that recently filed for bankruptcy revealing the monumental degree to which they funded science denial. Also... terrorism.
face2face June 20
Marcie Hume on her new film Magicians and The Power of Film for Social Change
Marcie and I talk about empathy and others, magic, a shift in perspective, the power of film for social change and a "real sense of belonging."
Redeye June 15
Seven years after the end of a devastating civil war in Sri Lanka, the northern province still looks as if the conflict ended yesterday. Tamil refugees have petitioned the Oakland Institute for help.

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