Alert! Radio #159 -
Pascale Robitaille who coordinates Stella, an organization that offers services and rights' defence by and for sex workers in Montreal, comments on how the recent ruling in Ontario's Superior Court will affect the safety of sex workers. Diana Lombardi, coordinator at the Fédération des femmes du Québec talks about the World March of Women which is just completing the 2010 march as we speak. The FFQ has been among the main organizers of the march since its inception in 2000. Award winning American-Venezuelan journalist Eva Golinger comments on the results of Venezuela's parliamentary elections, the attempted coup in Equador and Brazil's new president. Mitch Podoluk goes story telling on Music is the Weapon.
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