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|The Hum Podcast August 8 Hip-hop sensation and activist Emmanuel Jal talks about his childhood, how music provided an important platform for his cause, and Kanye West.|
|Asia Pacific Currents August 8 Migrant workers make up to a third of the whole workforce in Malaysia. Their insecure visa status makes them very vulnerable to exploitation and government repression|
|Talking Radical Radio August 7 Ralph Jean-Paul and Travis Ross talk about the Canada-Haiti Information Project and about the past and present of solidarity in Canada with the people of Haiti.|
Rethinking the possible: rabble assistant editor Sophia Reuss talks about why she decided to move back to the U.S.To stay in Canada or go back home is a question that Americans living in Canada sometimes ask themselves these politically volatile days. Here are one woman's reasons why she went back home.
|Talking Radical Radio July 31 Director Kai Reimer-Watts talks about 'Beyond Crisis', a documentary film that calls us to take action on climate change.|
|Asia Pacific Currents July 31 The south west Pacific still has a number of islands that are colonies. On the 20th of November, Indigenous Kanak people hope that New Caledonia will become independent.|
|The Hum Podcast July 25 Hosts Gilad Cohen and Simona Ramkisson discuss their unique backgrounds and what shaped their interest in human rights on the latest episode of The Hum.|
|Asia Pacific Currents July 25 Close to 1,000 unionists came together in Brisbane to discuss the situation for workers in Australia and the "Change the Rules" campaign.|
|Talking Radical Radio July 24 Longtime peace activists Dave Gehl and Ed Lehman talk about the work of the Regina Peace Council.|
Women's International Newsgathering Service co-founder Frieda Werden reflects on 30+ years of feminist radioWhen Frieda Werden started WINGS in 1986, she was told that a radio show entirely about women was too radical. Almost three decades later, the show is still going strong.
|face2face July 18 Author Greg Paul talks to David Peck about his book which explores religion as grace and justice, not a weapon to divide and oppress.|
|Asia Pacific Currents July 18 Even though the workers' movement in South Korea was central in bringing down the corrupt Park Geun-hye government, the offensive against workers, the wages and conditions, have not let up.|
|Talking Radical Radio July 17 Poet, educator, and organizer El Jones talks about the fight for prisoner justice and about the importance of moving from speaking up to taking action.|
|Asia Pacific Currents July 11 The fight for Indigenous rights is an issue affecting people all over the Asia Pacific region, including Australia.|
|Talking Radical Radio July 10 Kym Hines, Hugh Lampkin and Cynthia Travers talk about the Poor Persons Walk, an action taking place later in July in several British Columbia communities.|
|The Hum Podcast July 10 Emmy-nominated filmmaker Cynthia Lowen discusses her film "Netizens," the gender dynamics of being on the internet and the efforts to change privacy laws.|
|Needs No Introduction July 5 In the era of hate speech and fake news, do we need more limits on free speech? A panel discussion hosted by Simon Fraser University's Institute for the Humanities.|
|face2face July 4 Andrew MacLeod and David Peck talk about mental health, choices and social context, addiction, brokenness, trauma, thinking collectively and a health in all policies approach to wellness.|
|Asia Pacific Currents July 4 The Australian government continues to disregard the welfare of refugees and asylum seekers in Australia.|
|Talking Radical Radio July 3 Executive director Bonnie Brayton talks about the work of the DisAbled Women's Network Canada.|
|Needs No Introduction June 28 Four panellists explore what reconciliation means in our institutions of higher learning. Recorded at the 2018 Tommy Douglas Institute at George Brown College in Toronto on May 28, 2018.|
|Asia Pacific Currents June 27 While weakened in comparison to its heyday, the Filipino working class is continuing the fight to organize and improve the living conditions of all workers.|
Mor Loushy and Daniel Sivan talk about their film 'The Oslo Diaries' and the Middle Eastern peace processMor Loushy, Daniel Sivan and David Peck talk about The Oslo Diaries, secret meetings, common languages, enemies as friends, land disputes and what we’re leaving behind for our children.
|Talking Radical Radio June 26 Street nurse Cathy Crowe speaks about her decades of involvement in struggles against homelessness and for social justice in Ontario, and about what that experience tells her about facing Doug Ford.|
|The Hum Podcast June 25 Mandi Gray talks to The Hum about taking her sexual assault case to trial and ways that the experience has shaped her life.|
Steel Workers Union (Canada) message to the U.S.: Don't beat up your trading partners to solve global trade problemsKen Neumann, National Director for the United Steelworkers Canada talks to Marc Belanger of Radio Labour about why the current trade war between Canada and the U.S. is short-sighted.
|Talking Radical Radio June 19 Behc Jax-Lynx and Cara Tierney talk about their educational work that is pushing rural and suburban organizations to be more open to transgender and gender-diverse people.|
|Needs No Introduction June 14 The Chair of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission speaks about what reconciliation means in a keynote address at this year's Tommy Douglas Institute at George Brown College in Toronto.|
|Asia Pacific Currents June 13 Due to widespread exploitation, inequality and corruption, workers protests have continued this year all over Iran.|
|face2face June 12 Velcrow Ripper, Nova Ami and David Peck talk about the myth of Proteus, cynicism, grieving loss, submersive art, futurelessness and what wise and radical hope really looks like.|