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|rabble radio April 26 A project to get all those old home movies out of people’s closets and into the archives -- especially footage documenting the lives of Indigenous people and visible minorities.|
'The Game Changers': One athlete explores the world on a quest to find the truth about meat and healthFilm co-producer Joseph Pace talks about his new film "The Game Changers," plant-based diets, nutrition and diet, why it’s important not to be self-righteous.
|Asia Pacific Currents April 25 The Commonwealth Games comes to Australia. An interview with Ruby Wharton of the Warriors of the Aboriginal Resistance about the games as a symbol of colonial oppression.|
|Talking Radical Radio April 24 Sandi Mowat, president of the Manitoba Nurses Union, talks about mobilizing against health-care cuts and in defence of patient care.|
|rabble radio April 19 Brady Marks and Mark Timmings talk about The Wetland Project, a series of arts events from a wetland on Saturna Island, B.C.|
|Needs No Introduction April 18 Four powerful women writers -- Chelene Knight, Lauren McKeon, Judy Rebick and Elizabeth Renzetti -- talk about using creative non-fiction to make their voices heard.|
|face2face April 18 The Sentimentalists and David Peck talk about a wide range of topics including skepticism, assumptions and religious belief, burlesque theatre, and mentalism.|
|Talking Radical Radio April 17 Prescott Demas talks about the Justice for Our Stolen Children Camp.|
|rabble radio April 12 rabble.ca's cofounder talks about her new memoir about her life as an activist while coping as a survivor of childhood sexual abuse.|
|Asia Pacific Currents April 12 An interview with Huwaida Arraf about the current massacre in Gaza. Labour news from around the region including Australia, India, Pakistan, and South Korea.|
|face2face April 10 Kathy Kortes-Miller talks to David Peck about her book, access to true choice, death education and living life to the fullest.|
|Talking Radical Radio April 10 Redefining queer spaces - Lucas LaRochelle talks about the Queering the Map project.|
|rabble radio April 5 On the 24th anniversary of the Rwandan genocide, David Kattenburg takes a look at how Rwandan radio is promoting healing where it was once used to promote violence.|
|face2face April 3 Stephen Campanelli talks about "Indian Horse" with David Peck, a film about residential schools, honesty, bravery and authenticity, and how stories can heal.|
|Talking Radical Radio April 3 The Lighthouse Project works to create a definition of resilience that challenges neoliberal ways of responding to climate change.|
|rabble radio March 29 Stephen Dale and Lil Blume explore how gentrification affects transit and vice versa in this documentary about Hamilton and Light Rail Transit.|
|Asia Pacific Currents March 28 A conversation with Umesh Perinpanayagam from the Tamil Refugee Council about the situation for Tamil refugees in Australia.|
|Talking Radical Radio March 27 Julie Lalonde talks about stalking, gendered violence, and the Outside of the Shadows project.|
|rabble radio March 22 Vietnam War historian Christian Appy talks to Michael Welch of the Global Research News Hour about the larger significance of one of the most shocking events of the Vietnam War.|
|Talking Radical Radio March 20 Dorene Bernard and Rebecca Moore talk about grassroots Mi'kmaq resistance to the Alton Natural Gas Storage project.|
|Asia Pacific Currents March 16 Two speeches by Kim Bullimore and Dita Nur from International Women's Day in Australia.|
|rabble radio March 15 Michelle Guo takes a look at the laws surrounding the use of sniffer dogs in Canada.|
|face2face March 13 Sally Sussman talks to Face2Face host David Peck talk about her new film "Midnight Return," irony, racism, the power of story through film and why truth is indeed stranger than fiction.|
|Talking Radical Radio March 13 Trudy Govier talks about her three and a half decades of working for peace and justice and about the work of the Ploughshares Calgary Society.|
|Asia Pacific Currents March 9 The targeting of minorities around Asia is unfortunately too common and often has deep political and economic roots. The current anti muslim riots are an example of this.|
|Needs No Introduction March 8 From the Press Progress Summit 2017, an exploration of how to build Canada’s progressive future at the most local of political levels – our cities and towns.|
|Asia Pacific Currents March 7 A conversation with Monther Alhamdoosh, a Syrian activist with the Australian Syrian Association Victoria, about the latest developments in the conflict and the desperate situation for civilians.|
Is it the end of nature? Director of 'Living in the Future's Past' says our choices can still influence the fate of the planetDirector Susan Kucera shares some new insights with David Peck about the environmental crisis and reasons not to give up hope.
|Talking Radical Radio March 6 Melanie Carrington and Alison Fisher talk about the work of the Toronto group Education Not Incarceration.|
radio book lounge
'A Dangerous Crossing' - a fictional story based on the real life tragedy of the Syrian refugee crisisA new novel by Ausma Zehanat Khan explores the Syrian refugee crisis through the story of the disappearance of a missing Canadian NGO worker.