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May Day report-backs and raging red squares against austerity!
May 17, 2012
| In this podcast we highlight the ongoing Quebec student strike and the growing social movement in la bélle province, before reporting back on May Day protests from across Ontario.
A peaceful walk for friendship and a Freedom Train against tar sands pipelines
May 13, 2012
| Reports from the April 28 Two Row Wampum Walk, a call-out for an Oshkimaadizig peace camp in Coldwater, and the Yinka-Dena alliance resists tar sands developments -- and so does Scott Neidermeyer!
Smash the State Report: April in review and resistance!
May 13, 2012
| Dominion's April in review, G20 report, creeping police state in North America, save the bees, protest barrick and watch the Coconut Revolution.
Smash the State Report: Indigenous resistance and Quebec student strike
May 7, 2012
| This Smash the State Report starts off with the re-opening of the abortion debate in Canada, then jumps into the Quebec student strike, the Yinka-Dene Freedom Train and much more!
Why May Day: Organize, resist and win!
May 5, 2012
| On this episode, a short history of May Day, organizing labour and resisting austerity -- including a reading from Libcom - A Short History of Mayday and a what's next from Occupy Belfast.
Quebec student strike rages on and branches out: No Plan Nord and solidarity actions
May 3, 2012
| Update of actions against austerity as the Quebec student strike rages on, with street battles, mass arrests and bad faith negotiating. Also a piece on a Kitchener solidarity action and Plan Nord.
Smash The State Report: Walks, evictions, occupations and Wente
May 4, 2012
| On the Smash the State Report: the Walk for Peace, Respect and Friendship, a piece from Julian Ichim on legitimacy in movements, ripping apart Margaret Wente's attack on David Suzuki, and more!
Eco Update: Charities attacked, Peter Kent rebuffed
April 27, 2012
| On AW@L Radio's eco update: charities attacked, MIT mostly right on collapse, Peter Kent rebuffed, honeybees, Wiebo Ludwig, noise pollution and more!
Smash the State Report: Extradition news, G20 court theatrics, Quebec student strike
April 27, 2012
| The Smash the State Report features updates on Nyki Kish's struggle for justice, extradition news from No One is Illegal, G20 court theatrics, the Quebec student strike and the Trayvon Martin case.
Indigenous resistance across Ontario
April 25, 2012
| This show features updates on Indigenous resistance from Grassy Narrows, #Attawapiskat, KI's fight against God's Lake Resources, plus more actions from Six Nations land defenders.
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