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Talking Radical Radio May 23
Skylee-Storm Hogan and Krista McCracken talk about the work of the Shingwauk Residential Schools Centre and about archives as sites activism.
Asia Pacific Currents May 22
Labour updates of workers' struggles from the Asia-Pacific region and analysis of the struggle for workers OHS at Samsung with a new President
radio book lounge May 18
Dr. Danielle Martin talks about her book "Better Now: Six Big Ideas to Improve Health Care for All" at Progress Summit 2017.
face2face May 18
Larry Scanlan on Wealth, Compassion, Social Justice and Generosity
Lawrence Scanlan and Face2Face host David Peck talk about sharing the wealth, listening compassionately, generosity and social justice of various kinds.
gooderGoods May 16
Urban spring flowers
What to buy for the important woman in your life? Change-making a commercialized holiday that marks a reverent personal day for mums and sons and daughters.
Talking Radical Radio May 16
Monika Dutt and Jared Knoll talk about the work of Upstream to address the social injustices that are the root cause of so much ill-health.
Asia Pacific Currents May 15
Labour updates of workers' struggles from the Asia-Pacific region and interview on the massive hunger strike by 1,500 Palestinian prisoners
Needs No Introduction May 11
A panel at the 2017 Progress Summit discusses progressive political movements. They discuss social democracy in Canadian and international contexts and which systems work best for Canada.
face2face May 10
Ryan Suffern on Finding Oscar, Truth, Empathy and Optimistic Realism.
Ryan Suffern and host David Peck talk about his new film Finding Oscar, truth, empathy and evidence, Guatemala, "real justice" and why he’s now an optimistic realist.
Talking Radical Radio May 9
Stephen Harrison and Ashley Mollison talk about defensive architecture, a tent city, and pushing back against hostility to poor and homeless people in Victoria, B.C.
Asia Pacific Currents May 5
Image: Flickr/VOCAL-NY
Summary of workers struggles in the Asia Pacific region and update on the effects of Duterte's brutal War on Drugs in the Philippines
rabble radio May 4
B.C. has long been known for its polarized politics. This election is no exception. Listen to a roundup of the issues as Canada's West Coast heads towards its May 9 election.
face2face May 3
Julien & Diamond on nurturing artistic experience, invisibility of issues, race and porous institutions.
Isaac Julien & Dr. Diamond and Face2Face host David Peck talk about nurturing different artistic experiences, invisibility of issues and race and complex new media projects and porous institutions.
Talking Radical Radio May 2
Areum Kim and Amber Berson talk about the Art & Feminism campaign's work to close the gender gap on Wikipedia.
gooderGoods May 1
found historical print
Is the call for a Fashion Revolution ignored by ignorance if consumers don't know they are part of fashion? Do people care who made their clothes?
Asia Pacific Currents April 28
Labour news from the region and interview with Sonia Qadir on blasphemy and terrorism in Pakistan.
face2face April 25
Recruiting for Jihad, Love, Community and Religion
Ulrik, Adel and Face2Face host David Peck talk about Recruiting for Jihad, love and community, religion and inclusion, radicalization and why notions of "us versus them" is going to lead nowhere.
Talking Radical Radio April 25
Teachers Beth Alexander and Michelle Munk talk about social justice in the classroom and about the recent Teaching for Justice Conference.
Asia Pacific Currents April 24
Labour updates from the Asia Pacific region and recorded talk on the history of workers struggle in India
Needs No Introduction April 20
Jessica Sikora, John Clarke, Avi Lewis, Guy Caron and Josephine Grey
Will a guaranteed basic income release people from the poverty trap or keep them in it? A spirited debate exploring the issues from both sides and all points between.
face2face April 19
Image Copyright: Martin Himel. Used with permission.
Martin Himel and Face2Face host David Peck talk about his new film "Secrets of Survival," family, isolation, identity and loneliness -- and the secrets we all keep.
Talking Radical Radio April 18
Image: Nhl4hamilton  - public domain.
Tammy and Alex talk about the work of the Hamilton Tenants Solidarity Network to build a fighting tenants movement.
Asia Pacific Currents April 18
Update on labour struggles in the Asia Pacific region and an assessment on the Syrian popular revolution amid continued war.
Needs No Introduction April 15
Featured Speaker for the 2017 Broadbent Institute Progress Summit Felicia Wong discusses how the rules of American liberalism can be rewritten to find the best way forward for American progressives.
face2face April 13
Ian Gill on “intelligent collaboration,” journalism, “hopeful narratives,” the mobilization of knowledge.
Ian Gill and Face2Face host David Peck talk about "intelligent collaboration," the state of journalism around the globe, "hopeful narratives," and how we need to mobilize our knowledge.
Talking Radical Radio April 11
Jamie Kneen talks about the Canadian mining industry, its impacts on the world, and the work of MiningWatch Canada.
gooderGoods April 10
JP Gualthier Denim Jacket
Time pressed consumers want easy answers to the complicated question of what makes a garment that matters.
Asia Pacific Currents April 7
Labour news from the Asia Pacific region and extended interview on the ongoing Maruti Suzuki struggle in India
rabble radio April 6
Photo by Victoria Fenner
The gig economy is a fact of life whether we like it or not. We hear three women's perspectives - what works, what doesn't and some ideas for change.
Talking Radical Radio April 5
Tings Chak - from her book "Undocumented" - used and modified with permission
Tings Chak talks about her graphic novel-style book *Undocumented: The Architecture of Migrant Detention*.