Features
July 31
rabbleTV | A video put together by SaveOurNet.ca's Matt Thompson explains Net Neutrality and other important Internet issues in simple and understandable terms.
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July 30 Xueying (Ci Ci) Fan rabbletv | Richard Power, a CUPE 79 strike leader at the Bermondsey picket line, shares his feelings on Mayor Miller and the City of Toronto strike.
Indie Inside
July 27 rabbleTV | Vancouver-based artist Dan Mangan weaves unique lyrical phrases that you feel you must always have known.
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July 22
rabbleTV | UN attends "Ruined," a drama focusing on sexual abuse in the Democratic Republic of Congo
Features
July 20
rabbleTV | Darren O'Donnell about the art/research atelier's work in mashing together chunks of society that normally don't mesh.
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July 15
rabbleTV | Groups come together to protest the Royal Ontario Museum's display of the Dead Sea Scrolls stolen from Palestine by the Israeli Antiquity Authorities.
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July 15
rabbleTV | In this episode host Wayne MacPhail interviews Mark Kuznicki about how change happens when citizens are brought together well in-person and online.
Indie Inside
July 13 rabbleTV | The chemistry and songwriting of ShoShona Kish and Raven Kanatakta create an almost indefinable sound... somewhere between the lines of roots, rock, hip hop and blues.
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July 12
rabbleTV, Sachin Seth | Al Jazeera English is on its way to Canada, and even opposition groups have come around and placed their cautious support behind the channel.

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