Discussion of the impact of the olympics on the environment, on the Indigenous, on civil liberties and on social justice issues.
Vancouver based freelance journalist and member of the Olympic Resistance Network (ORN) Guillaume describes the street level impacts of the 2010 games.
The regional resistance to the land destroying development in Guelph known as the Hanlon Creek Business Park (HCBP) boiled up again this week as 5 days of action took place.
Yves Engler spoke at the KWCCSJ about Canada's international role in abuse of human rights and the country's hidden history of military intervention abroad.
[email protected] went to Kitchener City Council to discuss the Olympic Torch Relay and the city's inability to reveal the agreements with VANOC around instructions to host cities that repress free speech.
Indigenous Sovereignty Week 2009. Recorded live at the Kitchener-Waterloo Community Centre for Social Justice, Oct. 27. - Jim Windel if editor or the Teka News and a founder of TRUE
Indigenous Sovereignty Week 2009. Recorded live at the Kitchener-Waterloo Community Centre for community justice- Melissa Elliott and John Henhawk of Young Onkwehonwe United
WLU student organizer Emily Slofstra gives first hand accounts of the Powershift conference in Ottawa and the (un)associated direct actions.
Author of Anarchy Alive! Uri Gordon speaks in Kitchener about his book and the actions of Anarchists Against the Wall.