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Podcast
Apr 1, 2011

Angela Davis at the University of Regina

The Dispatch
Dr. Angela Davis on her historic role in social justice movements and the continued relevance of radical social movements in the 21st century.
Podcast
Dec 13, 2010

The Cuban 5 are still behind bars 12 years later

Migrant Matters
Their heroism and innocence denied, the Cuban 5 have remained in jail since their arrest 12 years ago. Lawyer Lorne Gershuny shares the latest on the case and speaks about its political significance.
Podcast
Nov 23, 2010

The Trouble With Billionaires: Part 1

Redeye
If you earned one dollar every second you would be a millionaire in 12 days. It would take another 32 years for you to become a billionaire.
Podcast
Nov 23, 2010

The Trouble With Billionaires: Part 2

Redeye
If you earned one dollar every second you would be a millionaire in twelve days. It would take another 32 years for you to become a billionaire.
Blog
Oct 19, 2010

The good life in a Good Society

Fred Wilson
What if labour politics stopped chasing the last point of GDP and proposed popular alternatives for social needs and sustainability.
Podcast
Sep 17, 2010

Health & safety of migrant workers ignored

Migrant Matters
Liz speaks to her experiences working under the Canadian Seasonal Agricultural Workers Program and the hardships endured under it.
Blog
Sep 9, 2010

An era of new politics begins

Murray Dobbin
In the era of social justice coalitions the political culture provided the possibility of change -- the elites were still susceptible to pressure from citizens and their organizations.

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