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Peace and social justice discussions from campus radio Waterloo.
Honduras, Canada's free trade, and assassinating the opposition
May 14, 2016
| Raul Burbano of Common Frontiers on Canada's support of the post-coup government in Honduras, including the horrific situation faced by Indigenous people and others who opposed the government.
59:57 minutes (54.9 MB)
Waterloo's people's injunction against the NEB
February 5, 2016
| Audio from the January 24 "People's Injunction" demonstration in Waterloo which demanded new rules for the NEB which consider Indigenous rights and climate change in their decisions.
27:37 minutes (37.93 MB)
Sing Hey! Love, struggle and community with Janice Jo Lee
January 28, 2016
| Kitchener-based folk artist Janice Jo Lee speaks about her new album "Sing Hey" and her pending tour, and discusses healthy artistic scenes and social justice in life and music.
51:42 minutes (71.01 MB)
Criminalization and harassment of LGBTQ prisoners in Kitchener's federal prison
December 12, 2015
| A summary of the "Being Queer is Not Illegal" campaign at the Federal Jail in Kitchener, and wrongfully convicted GVI prisoner Nyki Kish reads one of her new blog posts.
22:14 minutes (30.56 MB)
LSPIRG's 'I Am Not A Costume' campaign against cultural appropriation
November 20, 2015
| Mohammad Akbar discusses LSPIRG's "I Am Not A Costume" campaign and the negative reactions to it, from vandalized posters to online harassment. We also discuss safe space and free expression.
13:57 minutes (19.18 MB)
Chippewas of the Thames First Nation fight Line 9 pipeline project
November 4, 2015
| Audio from an October demo which called on Canada and Enbridge to halt the Line 9 pipeline project until the Chippewas of the Thames First Nation's treaty rights are met.
30:37 minutes (42.06 MB)
Enbridge and NEB push to open Line 9 ahead of Indigenous legal challenge
June 12, 2015
| Chippewas of the Thames First Nation are appealing the Line 9 pipeline decision for lack of consultation. We read an article from Rachel Avery and Dan Kellar discussing the federal appeal.
12:38 minutes (17.36 MB)
KW Solidarity Network takes on Revel Development over reno-viction compensation
April 6, 2015
| An interview with Holli-Lynne of the KW Solidarity Network on the ongoing campaign against Kitchener-based housing gentrifiers and rental agents Revel Development.
22:28 minutes (30.86 MB)
Accessing information to demilitarize McGill
March 28, 2015
| A chat with Rachel from Demilitarize McGill focusing on the group's efforts to reveal weapons research contracts involving McGill profs.
21:47 minutes (29.92 MB)
Documentary director Amar Wala on 'The Secret Trial 5,' Bill C-51, and the stigma of terror suspicion
March 17, 2015
| An interview with Amar Wala, director of the award-winning documentary The Secret Trial 5, which takes a critical look at Canada's security certificate regime. #ST5film
17:26 minutes (23.96 MB)
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