Alert! Radio #175 -
Sarah K Gramke of femrev gives a short history of IWD on this, its 100th anniversary and talks about the new feminist movement in Canada. York University's David McNally talks about how the fightback against government meltdown and austerity policy will emerge and the challenges ahead for the revolutionary movements in the Middle East. Andrea Harden Donahue, Energy and Climate Change Campaigner for the Council of Canadians talks about how the campaign again the tar sands is building momentum in Europe and may scuttle the Canada-EU trade deal. Darren Shore, Communications Coordinator of the VOICES-VOIX Coalition talks about the Harper Hit List being compiled of organizations and individuals purged by the Harper administration for advocating ideas that conflict with government policies.
Music is the Weapon playlist:
- The Problem, Tom Juravich, Altar of the Bottom Line
- Walmart Union Gonna Rise Again, Charlie King & Karen Brandow, I Struck Gold
- War on the Workers, Anne Feeney, Have You Been to Jail For Justice?
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