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Talking Radical Radio February 20
Environmental justice and the law in Canada
Nathalie Chalifour and Angela Lee talk about what environmental justice is, and why environmentalism can't be separated from issues of race, class and other issues of social justice.
Asia Pacific Currents February 19
Invasion Day protest march in Australia
Aboriginal people in Australia are, like many other indigenous people, are still resisting the takeover of their land and culture. Invasion Day is one of the most important dates in Australia.
Needs No Introduction February 15
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Gordon Laxer talks about NAFTA, the tar sands, and why a clause called The Proportionality Rule has always been bad for Canada. From a talk recorded in Vancouver on Tues. February 13, 2018.
Asia Pacific Currents February 14
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Port operations are some of the most globalized in the world. A look at how one company is expanding by suppressing worker unity and organization.
Talking Radical Radio February 13
An Indigenous approach for responding to gender based violence
Joyce Fossella and Val Joseph talk about the work of the Warriors Against Violence Society.
rabble radio February 8
Andrew Cash, co-founder of the Urban Worker Project
Andrew Cash, musician and co-founder of the Urban Worker Project takes a break between soundchecks to share thoughts about what's needed to make precarious work less precarious.
Talking Radical Radio February 6
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Ashling Ligate and Frédérique Chabot talk about challenging the barriers some people face at the intersections of sexual health and mental health.
Asia Pacific Currents February 5
An in-depth look at the recent mass protests in Iran and their significance, and labour updates from across the Asia-Pacific region.
Talking Radical Radio January 30
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Pam Frache talks about the Fight for $15 and Fairness in Ontario, its victories, and its current fight against a big business backlash.
rabble radio January 25
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For those who weren't able to make it to a Women's March last weekend, and for those who did and would like to go to another one. Meg Borthwick takes us to the Women's March in London Ontario.
Talking Radical Radio January 23
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Anti-capitalist organizations don't always understand environmentalism, and many environmental groups tend to work within a capitalist framework. Solidarity Halifax tries to bridge both approaches.
face2face January 21
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Michèle Hozer and Carlyn Moulton talk about Sponsorland, a film about Syria, new Canadians, the power of community and the challenges of fitting in.
rabble radio January 18
Women's March Toronto 2017
It's been a year since the women marched to protest the inauguration of Donald Trump. A year later, the marches are happening again. Find out what's happening in Canada this weekend.
face2face January 16
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Ann Shin's film 'My Enemy, My Brother', is an emotional journey of two former enemies who return together to Iran and Iraq many years after the war.
Talking Radical Radio January 16
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James Fauvelle and Mohammad Ali Aumeer talk about Ontario Students United, a new grassroots organization for students concerned about quality of education at Ontario community colleges.
rabble radio January 11
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George Lessard and Victoria Fenner talk about how residents of northern Canada survive on minimum wage (spoiler: Tim Hortons pays more than minimum wage in Yellowknife).
face2face January 9
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Miranda Bailey talks to David Peck talk about her film The Pathological Optimist, and the anti-vaxxer movement's chief advocate Dr. Andrew Wakefield.
Talking Radical Radio January 9
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Vancouver Tenants Union members Kell Gerlings and Neil Vokey talk about justice for tenants in an impossibly difficult city for renters.
rabble radio January 4
2018 Start Button
Four of our rabble staff members talk about their hopes and plans for the year to come - get a beginning-of-the-year heads up on some of our new ideas.
face2face January 2
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A deeply relatable portrait of a woman who makes us squirm with discomfort while asking us to love some of the most unlovable parts of ourselves.
Talking Radical Radio January 2
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Clayton Windatt talks about how the Aboriginal Curatorial Collective is creating space for Indigenous artists which breaks through barriers created by settler culture.
rabble radio December 21
Image: Peace on Earth chalk sidewalk drawing
As 2017 draws to a close, some words of wisdom in difficult times from a trio of seasoned activists -- Chris Hedges, Angela Davis and Gerry Caplan.
face2face December 19
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Film composer Rolfe Kent talks to David Peck talks about creating chemistry through music in his work with Alexander Payne's new film "Downsizing."
Talking Radical Radio December 19
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Children often show up on Canada's No Fly List, usually because of mistaken identity. "No Fly List Kids" advocates for changes so families aren't caught up in a maze of errors and mistaken identity.
Asia Pacific Currents December 18
Entrance to Cavite Export Processing Zone - Phillipines
Export processing zones are areas where union organizing is heavily repressed. Hundreds of mainly women workers in the Philippines are fighting an electronics company for the right to organize.
rabble radio December 14
Meagan Gillmore -'s 2017 labour beat intern
Meagan Gillmore's labour beat internship is ending. She shares her thoughts about Canadian labour in 2017, and what she's learned about people and their relationships to their work.
face2face December 12
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Barry Stevens and Face2Face host David Peck talk about his film Undercover Jihadi, gang violence, terrorism, the Toronto 18, oppression and marginalization.
Talking Radical Radio December 12
Courage: Bringing social movements intro party politics
Scott Neigh talks to Samantha from "Courage," an organization to bring social movement priorities into electoral politics and pull the NDP to the left.
Asia Pacific Currents December 11
Inside the Seoul subway -- Wikipedia
Workers in South Korea have managed to overcome the offensives against them in the last few years, and metro employees are the latest group to take industrial action.
Needs No Introduction December 6
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Six-minute answers to the question, "Can society fix itself?" A collection of ideas from solutions-focused B.C. media-makers.