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This episode of GroundWire was produced in Tiohtià:ke also known as Montreal on unceded Mohawk territory by Marilla Steuter-Martin and co-hosted by Catlin Spencer at CJLO 1690 am.
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Bill C-24, The strengtening Canadian citizenship act creates second-class citizens | Anouk Millet, CKUT
Two-spirit leadership in the celebration of Thunder Pride | Jayal Chung and Carly Forbes, CILU
Refugees, health-care provideres and allies rally on National Day of Action against the cuts to refugee health care | Kateryna Gordyichuk, CKUT
Community Radio Reports:
CHSR facilitates community conversations about gender discrimination in the music industry | Erin Bond, CHSR
Highlights from the Red Jam Slam radio festival, which took place during National Aboriginal week from June 17-21 and was broadcast on 7 community radio stations from coast to coast
Music this week by: Anemkiwajiw women's drumming group, The Fraser Valley drummers, and Redsoulbluez
We also thank: Gunargie O'Sullivan and Aaron Lakoff
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