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There are many stories being told this week at the World Social Forum in Montreal. Some of those stories are time worn, tragic and need to change. And we also need to create new stories which help build a newer, stronger, healthier world for everybody on planet earth.
On today's show:
1. Listen to Tom Goldtooth of the Indigenous Environmental Network -- an Indigenous rights leader, speaker, and film producer from Minnesota.
This is from a panel called Indigenous Peoples Struggles and Resistance. Building Solidarity for Land, Self Determination and Justice.
2. The Place To B isn't just a media centre. It's an international project dedicated to Story Sharing.
The main interview is with Sami Cheikh Moussa -- one of the people who set up Place to B in Montreal -- he's Responsable des partenariat. We also spoke with Nicolas Bienvenu -- directeur general, Place to B.
3. "Another Economy is Possible! Building the Solidarity Economy in the U.S." with U.S. Solidarity Economy Network leaders Julie Matthaei, Micky Metts, and Zara Serabian-Arthur. This was a fabulous interactive conversation about the "Solidarity Economy" and practical, everyday ways in which we can subvert capitalism. We interviewed Julie Matthaei -- Professor of Economics at Wellesley College and a self-proclaimed "Marxist-feminist-anti-racist-ecological economist" -- about the solidarity economy.
4. And finally, the Ears on the earth team reveals "The Best Clip of the Week."
With Victoria Fenner, Sophia Reuss, Campbell McClintock and David Kattenburg
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