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2021 Women's March
Jase Tanner | Former Vancouver city councillor and former NDP MP Libby Davies discusses the issue of missing and murdered women in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside.
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2021 Women's March
Jase Tanner | This episode documents the 30th annual Women's Memorial March in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside. The march, which first took place on Valentine's Day in 1992, commemorates lost loved ones.
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Vancouver's Downtown Eastside
Jase Tanner | Former NDP MP Libby Davies discusses the past and the present of Vancouver's Downtown Eastside, reflecting on how austerity policies of the '90s have created the challenges of today.
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Strathcona Park tent city. Image: Video still
Jase Tanner | Former NDP MP Libby Davies discusses the history of Vancouver's Downtown Eastside, where she started out as a community worker in the 1970s.
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Oppenheimer Park. Image: Paul Sableman/Flickr
Stepan Wood | The second article in a two-part series looking at the cycle of displacement of homeless people during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Image: Used with permission of Imtiaz Popat.
Scott Neigh | Imtiaz Popat talks about his wide range of activism and organizing in Vancouver against racism, homophobia, and an entire spectrum of intersecting oppressions and bigotries.
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Jean Walton | This excerpt from Jean Walton's new book "Mudflat Dreaming" chronicles how housing activists in 1970s Vancouver responded to the first UN Conference on Human Settlements.
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Tania Ehret | On Valentine's Day -- with snow in forecast -- the Downtown Eastside community comes together to honour and grieve the lives of women, missing and taken too soon, and recommit to justice.
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David Suzuki | The best way to avoid the massive damage that comes with plastics and fossil fuels is to stop using so many. That's why cities and countries worldwide are banning single-use items made from plastic.
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Photo: Tania Ehret
Tania Ehret | The Dril Art Collective wants the installation to offer “a way to process the things that stimulate us through the senses.”
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Photo by Hadani Ditmars
Hadani Ditmars | How a very Vancouver accident led to a concussion and reflections on the changes overtaking Lotusland.
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Photo: Emily Neufeld with Cease Wyss, common place (detail), 2018. Huckleberry, little mountain hemlock, salal, licorice, fern, oxalis, nurse log, soil.
Tania Ehret | Vancouver art series explores how artists' projects in public spaces aim to ask the difficult questions about the supports necessary to sustain public art and common space.