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Building a culture of peace in schools and communities

August 31, 2016
| Florence Stratton and Ed Lehman talk about the work of PeaceQuest Regina to challenge militarism in schools and in the community at large.
Length: 28:25 minutes (26.02 MB)
Talking Radical Radio

A broad coalition against austerity in Newfoundland

August 24, 2016
| Mary Shortall, Jim Dinn and Sara Langer talk about the new Common Front in Newfoundland and Labrador that is fighting the province's austerity agenda.
Length: 28:43 minutes (26.29 MB)
Talking Radical Radio

Prison abolitionism in Canada's prison capital

August 17, 2016
| Rachel and Eric talk about the work of End the Prison Industrial Complex, or EPIC, in Kingston, Ontario.
Length: 28:41 minutes (26.28 MB)
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Fighting marginalization in the community radio and television sectors

August 10, 2016
| Laith Marouf and Kristiana Clemens talk about the work of the Community Media Advocacy Centre.
Length: 28:30 minutes (26.11 MB)
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Settler solidarity against colonial urban development

August 3, 2016
| William Felepchuk and Brian McDougall talk about settler organizing in solidarity with Algonquin opposition to a condo development on a sacred site in Ottawa.
Length: 28:34 minutes (26.16 MB)
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Oilsands workers supporting renewable energy

July 27, 2016
| Adam Cormier and Lliam Hildebrand talk about Iron and Earth, an organization of oilsands workers pushing for support of renewable energy alternatives.
Length: 28:44 minutes (26.31 MB)
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Radicalizing body positivity politics

July 20, 2016
| Tameera Mohamed talks about the radical, intersectional, body positivity of Our Resilient Bodies.
Length: 28:40 minutes (26.25 MB)
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Challenging the marginalization of African refugees

July 13, 2016
| Kimbra Yohannes and Daniel Tseghay talk about the work of We Welcome African Refugees.
Length: 28:23 minutes (25.99 MB)
Talking Radical Radio

Learning for today from working-class history

July 6, 2016
| Craig Heron talks about his book "Lunch-Bucket Lives: Remaking the Workers' City" and about the relevance of history to movements today.
Length: 28:35 minutes (26.18 MB)

How do we care for each other?

A Labour of Liberation

by Baijayanta Mukhopadhyay
(Changing Suns Press,
2016;
$11.00)

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A Labour of Liberation is the first book that I've read from Changing Suns Press, a new independent publisher with anti-authoritarian politics based in Regina, Saskatchewan.

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