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Dec 16, 2009

The Mulch: Peaceful protests turn violent in Copenhagen

Alison Hamm
The Climate Change Conference (Cop15) turned ugly today when police officers beat back hundreds of demonstrators, including a group of 50 to 100 delegates that were trying to meet with protesters.
Columnists
Dec 14, 2009

Get ready for Canada-bashing (again)

It looks like the end is in sight for this phase of America's health-care debate. But Canada is about to dragged through the U.S. political mud again. This time, the topic is labour law.
Podcast
Dec 7, 2009

Episode 7 - Portraits of Appalachia

The Roaming Ear
You Can't Miss It - For a newcomer, it is very difficult to navigate the Appalachian mountains of Kentucky. A circular audio tour that brings listeners to surprising places.
Blog
Dec 8, 2009

Copenhagen Day 1: Scandal! Bullying!

Joshua Kahn Russell
Well it was opening day of the madness that is COP15: the meeting of the UNFCCC that is supposedly going to decide the fate of the entire world.
Podcast
Nov 10, 2009

Animal rights activists fight U.S. terrorism law

Stark Raven: Prison Justice
Animal rights activists are increasingly being targetted by the state as terrorists. A lawyer with the Center for Constitutional Rights is challenging the Animal Enterprise Terrorism Act.
Podcast
May 30, 2006

Van Jones at Hollyhock (archive)

Needs No Introduction
This is the second in a three-part series of talks from the Social Change Institute, held at Hollyhock on Cortes Island in early May. This time out, Van Jones, an environmentalist, social justice advo

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