Redeye

Redeye

On the issues of the day - political, social and cultural - Redeye digs deeper. Open your ears to alternative voices. Hear incisive and challenging interviews with activists and progressive thinkers. Produced by an independent media collective, broadcasting over 25 years on Vancouver Cooperative Radio.
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Blue Covenant

October 30, 2007
| Maude Barlow speaks with us about her latest book on the global water crisis and the coming battle for the right to water.
Length: 18:29
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A conversation with Malalai Joya

October 29, 2007
| Malalai Joya was elected to the Afghanistan National Assembly in 2005. She is in Canada speaking out against the occupation of her country.
Length: 20:18
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Putting the brakes on B.C.'s oil and gas industry

October 28, 2007
| The B.C. government is giving the oil and gas industry tax breaks that are leading to greater environmental damage and faster depletion of the resource.
Length: 14:38
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Canadian involvement in Burma

October 27, 2007
| The military regime in Burma continues to be sustained by foreign investment and trade, a significant amount of which comes from Canada.
Length: 15:32
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Homeless people set up tents on a city-owned lot

October 26, 2007
| The Christian social justice organization Streams of Justice and homeless people in Vancouver erected a camp to mark Homelessness Action Week.
Length: 13:06
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Writing to Change the World

October 25, 2007
| Mary Pipher is a psychologist and best-selling author of "Reviving Ophelia". We talk with her about her new book.
Length: 17:10
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The case of the Jena Six

October 24, 2007
| The trial of 6 black students from Jena, Louisiana has refocused attention on race and justice in the US.
Length: 15:13
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Bringing torturers to justice in Canada

October 23, 2007
| A court case in Montreal may set a precedent for the prosecution of torturers from other countries now living in Canada.
Length: 13:24
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Nicaragua's abortion ban endangering women's lives

October 22, 2007
| Helen Dixon, Nicaraguan women's rights activist, discusses the new anti-abortion laws which set back women's rights literally 101 years.
Length: 15:10
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Biofuels and world hunger

October 20, 2007
| Biofuels are being touted as the green solution to the energy crisis and global warming. Eric Holt-Gimenez of Food First disagrees.
Length: 16:29