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Grassroots feminist moms challenging the child welfare system

October 7, 2015
| Alicia Owen and Sheryl Jarvis talk about Community Action for Families, and its work to support moms and their kids and to challenge the child welfare system.
Length: 28:38 minutes (26.22 MB)
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Extractivism, colonialism, and building a health justice movement in Canada

September 30, 2015
| Dr. Baj Mukhopadhyay talks about the Canadian chapter of the global People's Health Movement.
Length: 28:40 minutes (26.25 MB)
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Fighting for access to education for undocumented migrants in Montreal

September 23, 2015
| Steve Baird talks about the Education Across Borders collective and the fight to win unimpeded access to school for undocumented migrant children.
Length: 28:42 minutes (26.28 MB)
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A summit for radical worker-organizers in Toronto

September 16, 2015
| Mia Sopapilla and Jordan House talk about the Working For Each Other, Working For Ourselves summit for radical worker-organizers in service-related jobs.
Length: 28:36 minutes (26.2 MB)
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Grassroots revitalization of Indigenous languages and traditional knowledge

September 9, 2015
| Christi Belcourt talks about the Onaman Collective's work to bring youth together with Elders, traditional knowledge, and language.
Length: 28:39 minutes (26.24 MB)
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Demanding reparations for slavery: Canadian organizing within a global struggle

September 2, 2015
| Cikiah Thomas, chair of the Global African Congress, talks about Canadian participation in the worldwide struggle for reparations for slavery.
Length: 28:42 minutes (26.29 MB)
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Project Slut: Young women challenging rape culture, slut shaming, and high school dress codes

August 26, 2015
| Andy Villanueva and Kerin Bethel-John talk about student organizing against dress codes in Toronto high schools.
Length: 28:34 minutes (26.16 MB)

Learning for activism in Nova Scotia

Photo: Flickr/Marc Falardeau
On this week's episode of Talking Radical Radio, I speak with Hillary Lindsay and Omri Haiven. They speak with me about a project called the Tatamagouche Summer Free School.

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Activists meeting, learning, and recharging in rural Nova Scotia

August 19, 2015
| Hillary Lindsay and Omri Haiven talk about the Tatamagouche Summer Free School that happens each August on Nova Scotia's north shore.
Length: 28:43 minutes (26.29 MB)
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A new grassroots resource for settlers to learn about Canada's colonial present and past

August 12, 2015
| Monique Woroniak and Liz Carlson talk about a new website that supports settlers who are educating ourselves about Canada's deeply colonial reality.
Length: 28:35 minutes (26.18 MB)
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