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The power of a committed few: Green radicals on Vancouver Island

April 16, 2014
| Zoe Blunt talks about the radical environmentalism and indigenous solidarity work of the Vancouver Island Community Forest Action Network.
Length: 28:09 minutes (25.78 MB)
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Being Chinese in Quebec

April 9, 2014
| Parker Mah talks about "Being Chinese in Quebec," a documentary film about how young Chinese Quebeckers experience identity, community, race and the place they call home.
Length: 27:59 minutes (25.63 MB)
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Defending affordable housing in co-operatives

April 2, 2014
| Donald Altman talks about the work of the Alliance for Affordable Co-operative Housing in the face of a looming threat to social housing in Canada.
Length: 28:01 minutes (25.72 MB)
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Bringing money to the grassroots: The Groundswell Fund

March 26, 2014
| Anna Willats and Sean Lee-Popham talk about The Groundswell Community Justice Trust Fund, a new experiment in funding grassroots organizing in Ontario.
Length: 28:25 minutes (26.03 MB)
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Bringing red and green together: The Vancouver Ecosocialist Group

March 19, 2014
| Roger Annis talks about a Vancouver group that is experimenting with new ways to bring together thought and action that are both pro-worker and pro-environment.
Length: 28:07 minutes (25.75 MB)
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An unusual local and an unusual lockout?

March 12, 2014
| Saira Chhibber talks about her local, CUPE 1281, and about a recently ended lockout of some of its members.
Length: 28:26 minutes (26.04 MB)
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A victory for migrant justice: Hamilton as 'sanctuary city'

March 5, 2014
| Caitlin Craven and Josee Oliphant talk about organizing to make Hamilton, Ontario, into Canada's second 'sanctuary city.'
Length: 28:28 minutes (26.07 MB)
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Hungry for climate justice: Climatefast

February 26, 2014
| Lyn Adamson, Dewan Afzal and Rita Bijons talk about Climatefast and its strategic use of fasting as a way to contribute to the broader process of building a mass movement against climate change.
Length: 28:15 minutes (25.88 MB)
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Resistance at Elsipogtog Part 2: A case study in grassroots journalism

February 12, 2014
| Miles Howe reflects on the role and meaning of grassroots journalism, based on his experience in covering Indigenous-led resistance to fracking and to colonization in New Brunswick in the last year.
Length: 27:57 minutes (25.6 MB)
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Resistance at Elsipogtog Part 1: Context and Struggle

February 5, 2014
| Grassroots journalist Miles Howe talks about the Indigenous-lead resistance to fracking and to colonization in New Brunswick over the last year.
Length: 28:26 minutes (26.04 MB)
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