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rabble radio July 25
Image: Pixabay - Monan - Canada Justice Law
Michael Welch talks to Dr. Bruce Clark, author of "Ongoing Genocide caused by Judicial Suppression of the 'Existing' Aboriginal Rights."
face2face July 24
'Gaza' -- new film explores life in 'the world's largest open air prison'
Garry Keane, Andrew McConnell and host David Peck talk about their new film "Gaza" -- covering grace and humour, surfing, ordinary people and one-dimensional views of complex problems.
Talking Radical Radio July 23
Laura Cuthbert talks about the Populous Map project and its work to preserve and share marginalized histories in British Columbia.
rabble radio July 19
David Kattenburg has visited Israeli occupied Palestine for many years documenting the challenges, struggles and strength of its people. Some highlights from his explorations in June and early July.
Asia Pacific Currents July 17
Image: Wikimedia - Yemen civil war detailed map (August 2015)
Kamillia el-Eriani, a Melbourne-based professor of sociology and politics, talks to Jiselle Hanna about the dynamics and deep roots of the conflict in Yemen.
Talking Radical Radio July 16
Marty Wexler and Claire McNeil talk about the Disability Rights Coalition of Nova Scotia and its work to challenge the institutionalization of people with disabilities in their province.
RadioLabour July 12
RadioLabour's Canada Report July 12 to 19, 2019. The proposed replacement for NAFTA is not good enough. U.S. labour also opposes NAFTA 2.0. The LabourStart Report. And more.
rabble radio July 11
Image: Yahaya Baruwa. Photo: Victoria Fenner
Two conversations -- Yahaya Baruwa, a Nigerian-Canadian writer who writes about living in two worlds; and Dave Kattenburg talks about do's and don'ts when travelling internationally as a journalist.
Asia Pacific Currents July 10
Image: Wikipedia - Iranian Revolution Anniversary 2017
The recent threats by the U.S. against Iran have to be seen in the context of the changes brought about by the Arab Spring uprisings.
Talking Radical Radio July 9
Choral music as social and environmental justice activism. Image: Used with permission of the Resistance Rising Choir.
Rama DelaRosa talks about the Resistance Rising Choir -- using music to uplift, educate and inspire people to action.
RadioLabour July 5
RadioLabour's Canada Report July 5 to 12, 2019. Poor pay, no sick leave for gym and fitness workers; global wage inequality worsens; the LabourStart report; and more.
rabble radio July 4
Over 150 town halls were held across the country in May and June. On today's rabble radio, we hear about what was accomplished and what the next steps are.
Asia Pacific Currents July 3
Image: Flickr/Al Jazeera/Political Party Stoles on Display
The far-right Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) headed by Narendra Modi won the recent general elections in India. This will have serious ramifications for workers in the coming years.
Talking Radical Radio July 2
The youth climate strike in Canada. Image: Used with permission of Sustainabiliteens Vancouver.
Emma Lim and Rebecca Hamilton talk about Climate Strike Canada and the local and national organizing that is building the youth climate strike movement.
RadioLabour June 28
ILO Convention C-190 adopted.Image: International Labour Organization. Used with permission.
RadioLabour's Canada Report June 28 to July 5, 2019. CLC Secretary-treasurer negotiates ILO convention, teachers are fighting education cuts in Ontario, the LabourStart Report, and more.
face2face June 27
Image: Copyright Aisha Jamal and Kitab Productions Inc. Used with permission.
Aisha Jamal and Face2Face host David Peck talk about her new film "A Kandahar Away," family dynamics and pride, honesty and openness and why family relationships need a whole lot of patience.
Asia Pacific Currents June 26
Demonstration against proposed extradition bill, Hong Kong, June 2019. Image: etan liam/Flickr
The question of the relationship between Hong Kong and the Chinese government is not clear and a proposed extradition bill saw the biggest demonstration ever in Hong Kong.
Talking Radical Radio June 25
Image: Used with permission of SAEFTY Ottawa.
Kaeden Seburn and Jay Burns talk about SAEFTY Ottawa, a group of trans and gender-diverse youth using research and advocacy to reduce barriers youth face in accessing gender-affirming health care.
RadioLabour June 20
Caged children
RadioLabour's Canada Report June 21 to 28, 2019. The U.S. has separated 2,500 children from their refugee parents, Canada supports international law against workplace violence and more.
rabble radio June 20
Michael Welch of the Global Research News Hour talks about what it accomplished with labour historian Julia Guard and anti-poverty activists Harold Dyck and John Clarke.
face2face June 19
Clean Hands, Family Life and Central America
Michael Dominic talks about the ethics of cinéma vérité filmmaking, different versions of truth, poverty and white western development, empathy, curiosity and why the little things matter.
Talking Radical Radio June 18
Alas Mata, Baj Mukhopadhyay, and Bilal Mamdani talk about the Liberation Health Convergence, which brought radical health workers together in Toronto for five days in May.
Needs No Introduction June 14
Amira Elghawaby. Image: Victoria Fenner
Campus and community radio people are committed to diversity. But there is always room for improvement. Journalist and human rights advocate Amira Elghawaby spoke to them at their national conference.
RadioLabour June 14
ILO at McGill. Image: Morrice Hall, McGill University, 1940. ILO photo. Used by permission.
RadioLabour's Canada Report June 14 to 21, 2019. McGill provided a refuge for the ILO during WWII, a treaty to stop violence against women, the LabourStart Report, and more.
Asia Pacific Currents June 12
Voting slip for the Presidential elections. Image: Wikimedia - Voting slip for the Presidential elections
Indonesia is one of the world's biggest democracies and elections are closely watched especially now when many neighbouring countries are becoming more autocratic.
Talking Radical Radio June 11
Image: Photo by Alexander B. Kim. Used with permission.
Activist, journalist and drug user Garth Mullins talks about the drug war in Canada, drug user organizing and the new Crackdown podcast.
RadioLabour June 7
Image: Wikimedia - Queen's Park, Toronto
RadioLabour's Canada Report June 7-14, 2019. Ontario caps public sector wages at 1 per cent. Labour wins paid leave for domestic violence in Saskatchewan. The LabourStart Report about union events.
face2face June 6
The Burial of Kojo, Colonialism, Allegory and Truth. Image Copyright: Blitz the Ambassador and Array Films. Used with permission.
David Peck talks to Blitz the Ambassador about filmmaking and storytelling, illegal mining, magic and allegory, paradox, guilt and genetic memory and truthful moments in his newest film.
Asia Pacific Currents June 5
Image: Pexels:  President Rodrigo Duterte speaking at a public event
Even though the first half of President Duterte's administration has been marked by authoritarian excesses, his allies were able to win in the recent elections.
Talking Radical Radio June 4
Image: Photo by Nik Gehl. Used with permission.
Lynn Gehl talks about the long battle by Indigenous women against sex discrimination in the Indian Act, her own decades in court and the current campaign to get Trudeau to finish the job.