|Podcast Marc Belanger, RadioLabour | RadioLabour's Canada Report: South Africa's COSATU wants a workers first agenda. Why huge data collection on students threatens privacy. And more.|
|Book Review Deena Dinat | How do human beings respond to profoundly inhuman events? This questions is at the heart of British author Damian Barr's debut, "You Will Be Safe Here."|
|Podcast Gilad Cohen, Simona Ramkisson, Brandon Fragomeni, Alex Castellani, Ron Ma | South African AIDS activist Vuyiseka discusses the process of being diagnosed with HIV, the socio-economic politics associated with treatment, and why she has so much hope for the future of activism.|
|Blog Brent Patterson | Anti-fascists in Ottawa plan a counter-protest to challenge a white supremacist group holding "vigil" for South African farmers.|
If F. W. de Klerk's apartheid comparison to fossil fuels is OK, why is David Suzuki's slavery analogy an outrage?David J. Climenhaga | In a recent speech, de Klerk suggested that the challenges faced by Alberta in the waning days of the petroleum industry aren't dissimilar from those facing his country in the last days of apartheid.
|Blog Gerry Caplan | In an article originally written in 1989, Gerry Caplan looks at the late Winnie Mandela's complicated legacy and involvement in anti-apartheid activism.|
'High Fantasy' - A group of friends swap identities and explore questions about race in South Africa.David Peck | Jenna Bass talks to Face2Face host David Peck talk about her new film 'High Fantasy', the body swap genre, political satire, apartheid, land rights in South Africa, responsibility and racism.
|Podcast David Peck | David Peck talks to Michael Matthews and Sean Drummond about land rights, Apartheid, heroes and colonization, nationalism, pride & race relations|
|Blog Gerry Caplan | South Africa has answered the call and is providing aid to Canada. Three hundred of their firefighters have come to help with the Fort McMurray Beast, landing in Edmonton a week ago.|
|Podcast Erna Curry | Victorious struggle against an ill-conceived bill.|
|Blog Gerry Caplan | In the age of Ebola, it's only too easy to forget other ongoing health crises like HIV and AIDS. But countries with large AIDS populations don't forget. And neither does Big Pharma.|
|Blog David J. Climenhaga | If Alberta Premier Alison Redford thinks paying a $45,000 travel bill is going to make the travel-costs controversy that's been dogging her disappear, she can think again.|
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