Smash the State Report - May25 - Confronting the Royals, Colonialism, Crude Tar, and Cops.

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Friday May 18th 2012 - Prince Charles and Camilla came to Toronto, and today's guest-co-host, Julian Ichim, reports back from the protests which met the royals.. We then discuss the situation of illegally interned Irish political prisoner Marian price, and an update from the 32 county sovereignty movement.

The Smash the State Report then updates on "a few missing items" in the g20 OIPRD report, and the successful disruption of the Enbridge line 9 - tar-sands pipeline so-called "public" hearings.

Info about the 2012 River Run for Grassy Narrows is then announced as is info for the 2,000km Walk for Water which is happening (now) in the lead up to the June events.

 

 

More on the River Run

Please join us in Toronto for River Run 2012, where we’ll continue a tradition of community lead action for justice—for our people, and for the protection of the water, air, and forests that give life to us all.

audio invite: http://peaceculture.org/drupal/sites/default/files/aw@lradio-2012-05-25-riverrunInvite.mp3

GRASSY PEOPLE SPEAK: Tuesday June 5th, 6:30 p.m. @ Steel Worker’s Hall (25 Cecil st.)

FISH FRY: Wednesday June 7th, 12pm @ Queen’s Park

MARCH AND RALLY: Friday June 8th, 12 pm @ Grange Park

 

This is a part of a weekly 2 hour radio show airing on friday's from 16:00-18:00 on 100.3fm CKMS in waterloo ontario - Grand River territory of the Hadenosaunee.  Check out more AW@L radio on http://peaceculture.org and check the entire episode here.

 

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