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May 26
rabbleTV | Cheney's torture policy was directly responsible for the deaths of hundreds if not thousands of American servicemen and women.
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May 22
rabbleTV | New President. New Congress. No Change. Here is the latest evidence of what the US is losing under the law that prevents gay men and women from serving openly in the armed forces.
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May 20
rabbleTV | Co-owners Deanna Zunde and Ed Lynds talk with host Wayne MacPhail about the Darkhorse, their coffeehouse on the ground floor of the Centre for Social Innovation in Toronto.
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May 19
rabbleTV | In Ottawa on Saturday, May 9th, a rally was held by the human rights monument to draw attention to security certificate use in Canada.
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May 19
rabbleTV | In the 1940's, future Nobel Peace Prize recipient Joseph Rotblat took a stand against nuclear weapons. Where does the nuclear anti-proliferation movement stand today?
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May 18 rabbleTV | The four piece pop perfectors from Toronto, The Bicycles, are known for their sparkly live shows filled with catchy two minute tunes that’ll get your heart racing.
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May 18
rabbleTV | Forty years ago, Canada's House of Commons decriminalized homosexuality with the passage of Bill C-150. These MPs share what they think about the legacy of the Bill.
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May 15
rabbleTV | Laura Flanders of GritTV interviews Evo Morales on his policies as President of Bolivia and his thoughts on socialism.
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May 14
rabbleTV | After a screening of his new film, Fierce Light, director Velcrow Ripper discussed his work with the Globe and Mail's Liam Lacey at the flagship Roots store in Toronto.

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