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Eriel Deranger on resistance to fossil fuel mining
12 Jul, 2022 | 0:28:40 |
EN | Frieda Werden | WINGS

The rousing keynote address by Eriel Tchekwie Deranger of the Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation, at the American Public Health Association 2017 annual meeting in 2017. Native peoples still need a seat at the climate negotiating table.
The notion of rights/role of languages and women in paradigm shift
23 Jun, 2022 | 0:27:33 |
EN | Stuart Richardson | Latin Waves

A professor at Carleton University, Marcelo Saavedra is an Indigenous Bolivian leader and founder of the Bolivia Action Solidarity Network. He speaks to Latin Waves about the need to protect indigenous languages as these languages change how we view the world. He challenges the western notion of rights and how the paradigm shift that’s taking place must have women front...
Darlene Okemaysim-Sicotte talks about the work of Iskwewuk E-wichiwitochik.
10 May, 2022 | 0:28:09 |
EN | Scott Neigh | Talking Radical Radio

Darlene Okemaysim-Sicotte is part of a grassroots group called Iskwewuk E-wichiwitochik, or Women Walking Together, that has been working for many years in Saskatoon on the crisis of missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls. Scott Neigh interviews her about what that work has involved. Okemaysim-Sicotte grew up in Beardy’s and Okemasis’ Cree Nation in Saskatchewan, north of Saskatoon. She...
The Iroquois system has lasted hundreds of years
11 Apr, 2022 | 0:28:48 |
EN | Frieda Werden | WINGS

Barbara Alice Mann describes the inner workings of a long-established North American matriarchal society, where women lead the arrangement of life, including festivals, collective decision-making, management of longhouses, food storage, marriages, childrearing, inheritance, rotating land use, agriculture, food storage, sharing, and gift-giving.  And war and peace.
April Thomas talks about involvement in grassroots opposition to TMX, and her current legal battle.
01 Mar, 2022 | 0:28:18 |
EN | Scott Neigh | Talking Radical Radio

April Thomas is a land defender and member of the Secwépemc Nation, from the Canim Lake Band in the central interior of what is colonially known as British Columbia. Scott Neigh interviews her about the trajectory of her work defending the land, about grassroots opposition to the Trans Mountain tar sands pipeline expansion project, and about Secwépemc Say No TMX...
Three organizers with Red River Echoes talk about the group and its work.
21 Dec, 2021 | 0:28:01 |
EN | Scott Neigh | Talking Radical Radio

Breanne Lavallee-Heckert, Chantale Garand, and Kianna Durston are Métis people based in Winnipeg. They are also members of Red River Echoes, a collective of Métis people that is focused on grassroots organizing, land back, and the active reclamation of Métis sovereignty in Winnipeg. Scott Neigh interviews them about their work. The group got its start in the spring of 2021....
Chelsea Nash looks back at the top stories covered on rabble radio in 2021
17 Dec, 2021 | 0:30:00 |
EN | rabble podcast network | rabble radio

This week on rabble radio we’re reflecting back on our year, highlighting 2021’s most newsworthy stories – and let me just say, there were plenty of stories to choose from! 2021 presented a plethora of newsworthy moments for us here at rabble to dive into – from environmental news to Indigenous justice, to politics, rabble was there keeping you up-to-date...
Indigenous views on false climate solutions
13 Dec, 2021 | 0:28:49 |
EN | Frieda Werden | WINGS

Two passionate indigenous organizers - one in North Dakota and one on Guam - point to the environmental toll on their homelands and condemn the UN, industry and governments for promoting false climate solutions such as carbon credit trading and ignoring indigenous input and the heart of the matter. They say solutions must be locally adapted and include leaving fossil...
"This isn't over," says Eve Saint about defending Wet'suwet'en land.
10 Dec, 2021 | 0:30:00 |
EN | rabble podcast network |

This week on the podcast, rabble contributor Brent Patterson interviews Wet’suwet’en land defenders Eve Saint and Jocelyn, or Jocey, Alec. Eve and Jocey are sisters who have been arrested and criminalized for defending their sovereign territory in northern British Columbia from a fracked gas pipeline being built on those lands without consent. Eve was arrested by the RCMP on February...
Canadians combatting violence against women
21 Nov, 2021 | 0:28:48 |
EN | Frieda Werden | WINGS

November 25-December 10 is recognized worldwide as the 16 Days Against Violence Against Women or now more often the 16 Days Against Gender Violence. But fighting back against such crimes goes on every day. This archival program from Canada covers methods tried, from changing media coverage of the 1989 Montreal Massacre to providing support services and influencing official reports, journalism...
Breaking cultural barriers to protect animals and people
01 Nov, 2021 | 0:28:39 |
EN | Frieda Werden | WINGS

Team Lioness are 16 women wildlife rangers who manage the interface between humans and wildlife around Amboseli National Park. Also working on wildlife conservation in their own ways are the First Lady of Kenya and the manager of a wildlife tourism lodge who is breaking the grass ceiling in her own community.
For weeks of September 20 and 27, 2021
14 Sep, 2021 | 0:57:29 |
EN | Frieda Werden | WINGS

30 years ago in Miami, 1500 women from 80 countries came together. They held a tribunal and a think tank to plan for sustainability of life on earth, forming demands for the UN Rio Summit on Environment and Development. Now everyone seeing the disaster they predicted and may be ready to adopt the measures they prescribe.
Hundreds of Indigenous Children found in unmarked graves
14 Sep, 2021 | 0:27:23 |
EN | Stuart Richardson | Latin Waves

Latin waves host Sylvia Richardson speaks with Sociologist Dr. Maria Paez Victor about the Eurocentric attitude in Canada about indigenous issues, how Canada is perceived in the world vs the reality of Canada acting like an empire, how finding hundreds of unmarked graves in Canada has changed the conversation around indigenous issues of justice. Support Latin Waves by becoming a...
Indigenous gift economy in family, community, and environment
12 Sep, 2021 | 0:28:45 |
EN | Frieda Werden | WINGS

Jeannette Armstrong has been named to the Order of Canada in 2021. This program provides excerpts from her address to the International Conference on the Gift Economy in Las Vegas in 2004. Its themes include the essential nature of diversity in environment and in culture, and how communities are sustained by unilateral giving, deep listening, and genuine equality.
John Sylliboy talks about the work of the Wabanaki Two Spirit Alliance.
24 Aug, 2021 | 0:28:12 |
EN | Scott Neigh | Talking Radical Radio

John Sylliboy is Mi’kmaq and he grew up as part of Esaksoni and Millbrook First Nations in Nova Scotia. He is also the acting executive director of the Wabanaki Two Spirit Alliance, an organization that brings together Two-Spirit people in Wabanaki territory through a framework based on the Peace and Friendship Treaty, to engage in knowledge sharing, research, capacity building,...
Indigenous Women's Strategy
26 Jul, 2021 | 0:28:42 |
EN | Frieda Werden | WINGS

Mililani Trask speaks to a conference on the Gift Economy in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, in November 2004, about the economic, cultural and spiritual differences between corporations and communities. She calls for global networking among indigenous peoples and others of like practice to stop the destructive overexploitation of nature and restore reciprocal relations between humans and the planet we live...
Discussions on state of Canadian sovereignty and the myths that misrepresent past crimes
02 Jul, 2021 | 0:59:35 |
EN | Michael Welch | Global Research News Hour

This week the Global Research News Hour chooses to reflect on the story of Canada from a real vs mythical perspective. In our first half hour, the emeritus Economics scholar Kari Polanyi Levitt shares her thoughts about the so called sovereignty of Canada in 2021, the measures it would have to resort to in order to distinguish its independence from...
on the origins of Kenya's Green Belt Movement
21 Jun, 2021 | 0:28:48 |
EN | Frieda Werden | WINGS

Long before she was a Nobel Peace Prize Laureate, biologist Dr. Wangari Maathai came to San Francisco to receive the Goldman Environmental Prize in 1991. There she also gave this address to the Sierra Club, in which she explains the origins, purposes, methodology and political ramifications of the Greenbelt Movement. As of 2021, the Greenbelt Movement says its members have...
Analysts review facts and implications around genocide and residential schools
17 Jun, 2021 | 0:59:14 |
EN | Michael Welch | Global Research News Hour

Today on a special episode of the Global Research News Hour, as increasing numbers of Canadians wake up to the reality of the horrors that took place in the residential school system, we hear multiple perspectives about what it all means for the survivors, for settlers, for the foundation of the building of this country and for the prospects of...
Imperialism that informs colonial processes in Canada
14 Jun, 2021 | 0:28:57 |
EN | Stuart Richardson | Latin Waves

Arnold August has an MA in political science from McGill University. He is an author, journalist and lecturer living in Montreal. He is the author of Democracy in Cuba and the 1997 “98 Elections Latin Waves host Sylvia Richardson speaks with author and journalist Arnold August about the history of imperialism that informs colonial processes in Canada. The Indigenous resistance...
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