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Sound collage from the March 26, 2016 "Blackout Against Police Brutality" in Toronto
06 Apr, 2016 | 0:03:14 |
EN | Kristin Schwartz | Recognize Racism

Sound collage from the March 26, 2016 "Blackout Against Police Brutality" in Toronto hosted by Black Live Matter - Toronto.
Catherine Murupaenga-Ikenn On A Call To Action at UNPFII 2015
13 Aug, 2015 | 0:03:06 |
EN | NCRA ANREC | Cultural Survival's Indigenous Rights Radio

Catherine Murupaenga-Ikenn speaks about Indigenous Peoples' power in numbers to fight back against companies trying to defy their rights and occupy their lands.
Catherine Murupaenga-Ikenn On Deep Sea Bed Mining at UNPFII 2015
13 Aug, 2015 | 0:04:13 |
EN | NCRA ANREC | Cultural Survival's Indigenous Rights Radio

Catherine Murupaenga-Ikenn speaks about deep sea bed mining and its impacts on the environment, especially in Oceania and Indigenous communities, including her native New Zealand.
Catherine Murupaenga-Ikenn On Interventions at UNPFII 2015
13 Aug, 2015 | 0:04:22 |
EN | NCRA ANREC | Cultural Survival's Indigenous Rights Radio

Catherine Murupaenga-Ikenn speaks about her favorite interventions in the UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues. She believes the interventions regarding climate change have been very important in her community and across the world.
Catherine Murupaenga-Ikenn On Successes At The UNPFII 2015 - 1
13 Aug, 2015 | 0:04:22 |
EN | NCRA ANREC | Cultural Survival's Indigenous Rights Radio

Catherine Murupaenga-Ikenn speaks about successes at the 2015 UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues. Communities in the Pacific region have united over common issues, different groups have made efforts to align as Indigenous Peoples as a body in international conferences, and Indigenous Peoples were represented in a major climate change conference.
Christina Coc on Land Rights in Belize at UNPFII 2015
13 Aug, 2015 | 0:04:30 |
EN | NCRA ANREC | Cultural Survival's Indigenous Rights Radio

Cristina Coc, a Q'eqchi Maya woman of southern Belize, shares how Mayan groups in Belize have been fighting for their rights for over 30 years. After many meetings with the State, the Belize national court has acknowledged legal Indigenous rights to their land and affirmed that the government may not use, destruct, or occupy Indigenous land.
Kealii Gora on Getting Involved in Indigenous Advocacy at UNPFII 2015
13 Aug, 2015 | 0:03:41 |
EN | NCRA ANREC | Cultural Survival's Indigenous Rights Radio

Kealii Gora of Hawaii gives advice on how to get involved in advocating for Indigenous rights. Gora believes it is important to get Indigenous voices on the record and present concerns and perspectives in international arenas to make a change.
Vicky Talui-Corpuz on Sustainable Development at UNPFII 2015
13 Aug, 2015 | 0:04:08 |
EN | NCRA ANREC | Cultural Survival's Indigenous Rights Radio

Statement from Special Rapporteur Vicky Talui-Corpuz on the sustainable development goals proposed by the United Nations and how Indigenous Peoples' rights must be respected in order to solve climate issues such as deforestation.
radio emily-A cool magazine empowers homeless entrepreneurs.
02 Mar, 2015 | 0:03:00 |
EN | Groundwire Production | GroundWire 2015 Homelessness Marathon

Matt Stephanson interviewed Operations Manager Jessica Hannon live on the air on February 25th. http://www.radioemily.ca/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=54lg6s2rH2A
CFBI 97.7 FM-Interview with the Cambridge Bay Community Wellness Centre Crisis Shelter.
02 Mar, 2015 | 0:03:00 |
EN | Groundwire Production | GroundWire 2015 Homelessness Marathon

Mia Tokiak interviewed coordinator Fatu Manseri about why the shelter is important to their community.
Anthony and Brian read "Twas The Night Before Christmas" for Bay of Islands Radio
19 Dec, 2014 | 0:03:23 |
EN | Anthony Enman | !Earshot 20

a 4.5 minute introduction to the Peoples' Social Forum using people's voices and aspirations
28 Jul, 2014 | 0:04:22 |
EN | Sakura Saunders |

A 4.5 minute introduction to the Peoples' Social Forum using people's voices and aspirations, with Tribe Called Red in the background. The Peoples' Social Forum is a massive social justice convergence set to take place in Ottawa on August 21-24. Find out why you should participate!
A satire about a certain crack-smoking Mayor of Toronto
02 Jul, 2014 | 0:04:59 |
EN | Craig Rintoul |

Toronto's crack-smoking Mayor Rob Ford is out of rehab and back on the job and back into his re-election campaign. It's a boon to comedy writers everywhere. One of them, "This Hour has 22 Minutes" writer Gary Pearson, has written a thinly disguised satire of the Ford administration entitled "Me and the Crack Mayor".
Former CCP's security czar Zhou Yongkang becomes media focus again
10 Mar, 2014 | 0:05:00 |
EN | Hershy He |

While the CCP is having its National People's Congress (NPC), Zhou Yong Kang, formerly one of the most powerful individuals in the Chinese regime. attracts world media attention again. This time is whether Zhou Yongkang's case would be announced during or after the NPC.
"Lockdown Petroculture" and "Divest McGill" protest against the annual conference "Petrocultures"
18 Feb, 2014 | 0:04:59 |
EN | CKUT News Department |

Amelie and June interviewed representatives of the two groups, “Lockdown Petroculture” and “Divest McGIll notre future”, who protested against the “Petrocultures 2014: Oil, Energy, and Canada's Future.” These two groups protested because the conference was giving the platform to voices of the oil industry supporters.
Jobs which are disappearing in the new knowledge economy.
22 Oct, 2013 | 0:03:30 |
EN | Craig Rintoul |

Did you know there are still blacksmiths, cowgirls, milkmen and travelling salesmen? Journalist John DeMont has discovered that these jobs, which were once common, have not yet been totally erased, and that there is still a place for “A Good Day's Work”.
Giller Prize nominee Craig Davidson on his new novel.
21 Oct, 2013 | 0:03:34 |
EN | Craig Rintoul |

Niagara Falls, Ontario author Craig Davidson has been short-listed for the 2013 Giller Prize. His novel “Cataract City” is set in his hometown and features a pair of childhood friends: Owen, a policeman and Duncan a crook just released from prison.
Thousands flood victims protest in Yuyao city of Zhejiang Province
21 Oct, 2013 | 0:04:52 |
EN | Hershy He |

On Oct. 15, thousands of Yuyao residents gathered in front of the city hall. They protested that the authorities didn't fully help citizens during the flood, and covered up the serious situation.
Thousands flood victims protest in Yuyao city of Zhejiang Province
21 Oct, 2013 | 0:04:52 |
EN | Hershy He |

On Oct. 15, thousands of Yuyao residents gathered in front of the city hall. They protested that the authorities didn't fully help citizens during the flood, and covered up the serious situation.
Helplines for those who are triggered
21 Jun, 2013 | 0:03:24 |
EN | Kari Benninghaus | Resonating Reconciliation

To provide contacts for those who have been triggered by the content of the radio documentaries Resonating Reconciliation radio documentaries. Please play before or after your radio docs. it also gives credit to TRC, NCRA and Red Jam Slam Society
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