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rabble radio September 25
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Dana Penrice, a Manitoba farmer, talks about a new study by Farmers for Climate Solutions outlining a post-COVID recovery strategy aligned with climate change mitigation.
RadioLabour September 25
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RadioLabour's Canada Report: a Unifor webinar focused on racism and genocide against Indigenous people and provided solutions.
Talking Radical Radio September 22
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Tamara Lorincz and Brent Patterson talk about the campaign to stop the Trudeau Liberals from spending $19 billion on new fighter jets.
RadioLabour September 18
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RadioLabour's Canada Report: grocery workers in Newfoundland and Labrador on strike to maintain pandemic pay and full-time jobs. Reforming post-pandemic corporations. And more.
Needs No Introduction September 16
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On September 10, and the Canadian Foreign Policy Policy Institute hosted a debate with Green party leadership hopefuls. Listen to it here.
face2face September 16
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Jennifer Abbott and Joel Bakan talk about "The New Corporation," a film about the devastating power of corporations and their role in spiralling inequality.
Talking Radical Radio September 15
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France Trépanier and Chris Creighton-Kelly talk about the work of Primary Colours/Couleurs primaires to make anti-racist and decolonial change in Canada's arts system.
RadioLabour September 11
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RadioLabour's Canada Report returns with a new season. The Canadian Labour Congress program for a greener economy and full employment.
Talking Radical Radio September 8
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Christine Bro and Quentin Rowe-Codner talk about the Unions Are Essential campaign and about a recent successful organizing drive.
Needs No Introduction September 4
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The COVID crisis is showing us more consequences of putting profits before people. Hear a panel discussion from the Canadian Labour Congress about the problem and some possible solutions.
face2face September 2
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Mia Donovan discusses her film "Dope is Death" about an acupuncture detox clinic set up in the 1970s which addressed drug addiction within a framework of race and class struggle.
Talking Radical Radio September 1
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Sharon Gregson talks about the $10aDay campaign for affordable child care in British Columbia.
Needs No Introduction August 28
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Venezuelan Foreign Minister Jorge Arreaza speaks to Canadians at a webinar by the Canadian Foreign Policy Institute on August 20, 2020.
Talking Radical Radio August 25
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Shahrzad Mojab talks about "Lives Lost: In Search of a New Tomorrow," a translation of a poem by Saeed Yousef that remembers the massacre of political prisoners in Iran in the 1980s.
Needs No Introduction August 21
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An audio replay of a webinar from the Canadian Labour Congress exploring the effects of the COVID pandemic on women, and what a feminist recovery could look like.
Needs No Introduction August 14
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The Canadian Labour Congress held a webinar on June 10 to talk about what the union movement is doing to fight anti-Black racism and what they need to do in the future. An encore presentation.
face2face August 12
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Co-authors Tiyahna Ridley-Padmore and Merryl-Royce Ndema-Moussa discuss universal stories, counter narratives, systemic racism, and their new children's book.
Talking Radical Radio August 11
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Labour and community organizer Cole Rockarts talks about the work of Free Transit Edmonton.
Needs No Introduction August 7
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A panel discussion hosted by Feminists Deliver on May 28 during Asian Heritage Month, exploring Asian identity in Canada.
Talking Radical Radio August 4
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Sidrah Ahmad-Chan and Niya Abdullahi talk about Rivers of Hope, a project that aims to use education to dismantle Islamophobia, racism and all related forms of oppression.
Talking Radical Radio July 28
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Musician Max ZB talks about Bricks and Glitter, a community arts festival in Toronto that "celebrates Two-Spirit, trans, and queer talent, ingenuity, caring, anger and abundance."
Needs No Introduction July 24
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An international panel talks about the pandemic and farm workers from a global perspective. A replay of a webinar held on July 3, 2020.
Talking Radical Radio July 21
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Gillian Müller and Tony Tran talk about the work of BIPOC TV and Film to increase the representation of Black, Indigenous and people of colour in Canada's TV and film industry.
Needs No Introduction July 16
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A replay of a webinar by Feminists Deliver on June 8, 2020, featuring a panel of Black women activists talking about a wide range of subjects relating to anti-Black racism in Canada.
face2face July 15
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Judith Helfand on her new film "Love and Stuff," mothers, grief, defiance and resilience, living well and why we all need to do a stuff review.
Talking Radical Radio July 14
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Organic vegetable farmer Brent Preston talks about the work of a new national coalition called Farmers for Climate Solutions.
Needs No Introduction July 10
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Jim Stanford's talk at the rabble members' council meeting was so good, we wanted you all to hear it. He talks about the problems with work even before the pandemic, and looks to the future.
face2face July 8
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In 2013, Godfred Addai-Nyamekye suffered a vicious attack at the hands of a Calgary police officer. A new film explores his story and the need for police accountability.
Talking Radical Radio July 7
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Fazeela Jiwa of Fernwood Publishing and David Bush of Between the Lines talk about the new Radical Publishers Alliance.
Talking Radical Radio June 30
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Souheil Benslimane talks about the work of the Criminalization and Punishment Education Project to support prisoners and to work against the injustices of policing and prisons.