A Tamil protest takes place on University Avenue, Toronto, Ontario April 28, 2009 outside the U.S. Consulate.
Tamils hope to draw attention to the killing of Tamils by the Sri Lankan Army.
Filmed by Wayne MacPhail.
rabbletv is pleased to announce the first "Quick Change - Ten Minutes with the Tenants of Centre for Social Innovation." The vidcast, which is filmed in HD, is a chance for you to meet some of the coolest change agents in the Toronto area.
In this, the first episode of the Quick Change vidcast, host Wayne MacPhail speaks with Tonya Surman, the Executive Director of the Centre of Social Innovation about the CSI's history and values. She gives viewers a sense of the history and values of the CSI.
Quick Change is a rabbletv podcast by Wayne MacPhail.
In this video-clip, Mike Brcic, the Executive Director of Bikes Without Borders, discusses the organization's work at the Centre for Social Innovation (CSI) in Toronto.
Brcic is also the Director of Communications, Community and Social Media at the CSI.
Wayne MacPhail, rabble.ca's Director of Emerging Media, tells rabble.ca's birthday attendees how Torstar and Southam paper chains intentionally created their online departments for non-guild employees to circumvent the union.
This revelation is just one of the major aspects MacPhail attributes to the failing of Canada's major newspapers.
Watch the video by clicking here.
Watch the rabbletv coverage from the cutting-edge social media/technology conference MESH in Toronto, featuring talks by technology and social media experts. Click on the following talks to watch On-demand:
WASHINGTON, D.C. - On Sunday, April 26th, 2009, a final march was held in protest of the International Monetary Fund and World Bank representatives' meeting.
A weekend of demonstrations and direct actions was held to demonstrate people's anger at the policies of these financial institutions, as well as the recently allocated $1.1 trillion bailout to the IMF by the countries of the G-20.
This forum was organized by the Recession Relief Fund Coalition on April 28, 2009 at the University of Toronto, and was recorded by Mike Yam. The panelists included:
NAOMI KLEIN - Author of The Shock Doctrine
UZMA SHAKIR - The Colour of Poverty
GAIL NYBERG - The Daily Bread Food Bank
PEGGY NASH - Good Jobs Coalition; CAW
Filmed by Mike Yam with the Flip video camera.