Matthew Adams

Matt moved to Toronto from the U.S just in time for Mike Harris to take power in Ontario and has been stunned ever since. Matthew Adams is a co-founder of the Catalyst Centre (a social justice popular education worker co-op), www.catalystcentre.ca, and works with a number of organizations including the Fourth Pig Worker Co-op, the publicist for the Mayworks Festival of Working People and the Arts in Toronto (where he is a proud member of CUPE local 1281) and rabble.ca where he is the Special Projects Coordinator. You can hear Matt rant about politics on the podcast "I read the news today (oh boy)" on the rabble podcast network and read him on the blog of the same name at rabble.ca.

Podcast
Feb 25, 2013

So long, and thanks!

I Read The News Today, Oh Boy!
Our last show? We think so. Still we talk about the crazy, make an XL pipeline prediction and even throw in some baseball. Plus news you might have missed.
Podcast
Jan 30, 2013

Episode 141: The body politic

rabble radio
In this episode, we talk about the Idle No More movement, monsters and capitalism, internships, and human trafficking. Find it all on the rpn.
Podcast
Dec 19, 2012

#140 Shifting power in 2012

rabble radio
Clayton Thomas-Muller and Keira-Dawn Kolson on climate change and climate justice, Joanne Dallaire discusses Attawapiskat, Mike Layton and Deb Singh on resisting violence against women.
Podcast
Nov 30, 2012

#139 Space for change: Gaza, Facebook, feminism

rabble radio
In this episode we look at spaces for change, and where and why it is needed and happening -- from Gaza, to Facebook, to politics, to feminism and humanism, and to 100-year reflections on change.
Podcast
Nov 9, 2012

Election reflection, conservative rejection?

I Read The News Today, Oh Boy!
Obama wins, but does that mean progressives do? We look at the right and left delusions and aspirations and the need for election reform. Plus news you might have missed!
Podcast
Oct 29, 2012

#138 Halloween: What scares are left?

rabble radio
From zombie ideas, to the ruling on Khadr, to the sexualization of girls, there is plenty to give a good fright. For treats, we have a story on theatre and physics, plus a song about F-35 planes!
Book Review
Oct 25, 2012

Justin Podur on Haiti's new dictatorship

Justin Podur
Matthew Adams
In this interview with Matt Adams, Justin Podur, author of Haiti’s New Dictatorship, discusses his new book.

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