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Street scene from downtown Vancouver.
Jase Tanner | Three members of Vancouver's Overdose Prevention Society discuss how the organization saves people's lives from drug overdose, while also providing a safe haven and community.
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2021 Women's March
Jase Tanner | Former Vancouver city councillor and former NDP MP Libby Davies discusses the issue of missing and murdered women in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside.
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2021 Women's March
Jase Tanner | This episode documents the 30th annual Women's Memorial March in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside. The march, which first took place on Valentine's Day in 1992, commemorates lost loved ones.
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Vancouver's Downtown Eastside
Jase Tanner | Former NDP MP Libby Davies discusses the past and the present of Vancouver's Downtown Eastside, reflecting on how austerity policies of the '90s have created the challenges of today.
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Strathcona Park tent city. Image: Video still
Jase Tanner | Former NDP MP Libby Davies discusses the history of Vancouver's Downtown Eastside, where she started out as a community worker in the 1970s.
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Image: Photo by Alexander B. Kim. Used with permission.
Scott Neigh | Activist, journalist and drug user Garth Mullins talks about the drug war in Canada, drug user organizing and the new Crackdown podcast.
Podcast
Indigenous women rising in the face of violence and injustice
Scott Neigh | Carol Martin and Sophie Merasty talk about Red Women Rising, a new publication in which Indigenous women of Vancouver's Downtown Eastside talk about injustice, survival, leadership, and making change.
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Photo: Mathew Kagis/Facebook
Caitlin O'Flanagan | Downtown Eastside event commemorates missing and murdered Indigenous women and bears witness to ongoing injustices in Vancouver and beyond
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Matt Chilliak | In the last three years, homelessness has increased not only in downtown Vancouver but also in its outlying suburbs. So far there has been little response from local politicians.
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Lenée Son | In an area where over 13,000 people live in poverty having to survive on social assistance, gentrifying businesses are selling $138 mink eyelashes and $11 bottles of juice.
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Survivors' totem pole, DTES Vancouver, B.C.
Lenée Son | A gorgeous, moving photo essay documents the landmark raising of a monument to the Indigenous women lost and murdered in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside -- and their incredible resilience.
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Redeye Collective | After residents set up a tent city in the downtown eastside and held a day of action on housing justice, Mayor Robertson agreed social housing with 100 per cent low-income rents at 58 West Hastings.