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Voices from Manitoba, Colombia, Brazil and east Himalayas on Hydro-power
04 Sep, 2020 | 0:59:32 |
EN | Michael Welch | Global Research News Hour

This week’s Global Research News Hour features a variety of speakers from a conference on Hydro-impacted communities hosted by Wa Ni Ska Tan. They include speakers from three Manitoba communities, Senator Mary Jane McCallum, speakers from Columbia, Brazil, and feminist political ecologist Deepa Joshi.
25th Anniversary of UN 4th World Conference on Women
24 Aug, 2020 | 0:28:47 |
EN | Frieda Werden | WINGS

The conference was held in Huairou and Beijing, China, from August 30th through September 15th, 1995. Issues included in this episode: translation of feminist terms, status of Tibetan delegates, benefits for Chinese women, new officials overturn Women's Committee plans, African women raise environment issues, and a protest by labour over the source of conference bags.
The notion of rights/role of languages and women in paradigm shift
17 Aug, 2020 | 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...
Bob Gaucher on History of Prison Justice Abuses; Current Organizers on new threats
13 Aug, 2020 | 0:59:06 |
EN | Michael Welch | Global Research News Hour

This week, we will go over the history of Prison Abuse in Canada and about the efforts to bring these crimes to the attention of those on the outside. Bob Gaucher in recognized for his abilities in the field of championing Prison Justice and abolition in Canada. He explains some of the background of suppression of rights historically. We then...
Speaking Up/Speaking Out, Adaptability & Identity
17 Jul, 2020 | 0:59:10 |
EN | cjsfprog | Triple Threat: Feminist, Fifty-ish & Fabulous

Triple Threat: Feminist, Fifty-ish & Fabulous explores the experiences of women 50+ with a goal of shifting the narrative of what it means to age.
Indigenous Women Rising
13 Jul, 2020 | 0:28:55 |
EN | Frieda Werden | WINGS

It was 1920 when the first international oil corporation entered the Amazon region. The struggle against destructive extractive industries has been passed down from generation to generation among peoples of the rainforest, meeting violence not only from the industries, but also governments and the church. They sometimes achieve remarkable victories, and they are determined to sustain their culture and way of...
About a pan-Canadian network of adult educators working for radical social change.
23 Jun, 2020 | 0:28:04 |
EN | Scott Neigh | Talking Radical Radio

Adriana Salazar and Miigam'agan are members of the national steering committe of Righting Relations, a pan-Canadian, women-led network of adult educators working for radical social change. Scott Neigh interviews them about their respective grassroots work in their own communities and about the role of Righting Relations in supporting and enhancing that work. Salazar grew up in Colombia, where she initially...
Dr Cajete speaks about the ecology of Indigenous education
15 Jun, 2020 | 0:28:32 |
EN | Stuart Richardson | Latin Waves

Sylvia speaks to author, artist and educator Dr. Gregory Cajete, an elder with of the Tewa Peoples, about the ecology of Indigenous education. Faced with the affects of colonization on the lives of indigenous people, a dominant Euro-centric education system can no longer be called neutral. How do we build bridges to the many ways of knowing how we come...
Will George (Tsleil-Waututh) talks about his grassroots opposition to the Trans Mountain pipeline.
05 May, 2020 | 0:28:08 |
EN | Scott Neigh | Talking Radical Radio

Will George is a member of the Tsleil-Waututh Nation. Their territory, located in and around what is now called "Vancouver," will be directly impacted by the Trans Mountain tar sands pipeline expansion project. Scott Neigh interviews George about the project and about his ongoing grassroots work to oppose it. The fight against Trans Mountain has been one of the most...
Adapting tradition to climate change
20 Apr, 2020 | 0:28:45 |
EN | Frieda Werden | WINGS

In this interview with Diana Wanyonyi, Agnes Leina describes how water shortages forced a change in the lives of herding peoples in Kenya but how her organization also honours indigenous knowledge and traditions.
The complicated history of museums, the Trans Mountain pipeline, and the Acts of Resistance exhibit.
24 Mar, 2020 | 0:28:15 |
EN | Scott Neigh | Talking Radical Radio

Sharon Fortney is the Curator of Indigenous Collections and Engagement at the Museum of Vancouver. Scott Neigh interviews her about the complicated colonial history of museums and about the Acts of Resistance exhibit. It features the massive banners designed by Indigenous artists and used in an aerial blockade of tanker traffic in the Burrard Inlet to oppose the Trans Mountain...
CFUV producers interview Indigenous youth occupying Victoria's legislature building
26 Feb, 2020 | 0:22:41 |
EN | CFUV 101.9 FM Programming | Solidarity

Solidarity is a podcast dedicated to amplifying the front-line voices in Solitary with the Wet'suwet'en Territory Hereditary Chiefs. CFUV producers interview Indigenous youth occupying the colonial, ceremonial entrance of Victoria, British Columbia's legislature building, examinations of how Canadian media portrays the pipeline conflict.
Canadian Imperialism from Venezuela to Bolivia to the Wet’suwet’en
24 Feb, 2020 | 0:28:31 |
EN | Stuart Richardson | Latin Waves

Latin Waves host Sylvia Richardson speaks with journalist Arnold August about Canada’s imperialist campaign to recognize Juan Guaidó, a man who self-declared himself president of Venezuela in February 2019. Canada’s involvement in the failed attempted coup to oust democratically elected president Nicolas Maduro, Canada’s involvement in the Lima group has discredited any pretense of Canada as a democratic influence in...
FOR RELEASE WEEK OF MARCH 1, 2020
25 Jan, 2020 | 0:28:49 |
EN | Frieda Werden | WINGS

Historian Sally Roesch Wagner discusses her favourite US suffragist, Matilda Joslyn Gage. Gage modeled her feminism on the practices of her neighbors, the Haudenosaunee indigenous women; she broke with Susan B. Anthony over alliance with the Women's Christian Temperance Union, wrote extensively against patriarchal religion, and inspired her son in law L. Frank Baum to create the woman-led, egalitarian society...
FOR WEEK OF FEBRUARY 16TH 2020
25 Jan, 2020 | 0:28:47 |
EN | Frieda Werden | WINGS

n 2019, the UN Commission on the Status of Women took up the issue of Social Protection. The day before the Commission started its work, a large gathering of women from civil society organizations gathered to hear what Social Protection means and what it could mean for women's equality. The program was opened with drumming and satirical singing from the...
Real ways to win
20 Jan, 2020 | 0:28:49 |
EN | Frieda Werden | WINGS

The climate struggle is not hopeless - culprits are scared and already getting punished. In addition to social media, bodies blocking pipelines, climate strikes, demonstrations and civil disobedience arrests, tools include lawsuits, runs on banks that bankroll the fossil fuel industry, massive "social risk" to degrade stock values, celebrity-fuelled rallies and teach-ins, recognizing indigenous cultural leadership, and re-connecting with nature...
Host Sylvia Richardson interviews Dr Deanna Reder
13 Jan, 2020 | 0:27:32 |
EN | Stuart Richardson | Latin Waves

Métis leader Jim Brady and Cree councilor Abbie Halkett disappeared in 1967 while on a prospecting trip in northern Saskatchewan by Lower Foster Lake. As both were outspoken activists for their communities–Brady, in particular, was considered radical–many don’t believe that they simply got lost. Latin Waves Host Sylvia Richardson speaks with Dr. Deanna Reder about the response-ability of listening, and...
Tiffany Joseph talks about her work to revitalize her language and culture, and to restore the land.
31 Dec, 2019 | 0:28:22 |
EN | Scott Neigh | Talking Radical Radio

*The following is a rebroadcast of an episode of Talking Radical Radio that originally aired in September 2019* Tiffany Joseph‘s ancestry is of the Saanich people on her mother’s side and the Squamish people on her father’s side, and she currently lives in Tsartlip First Nation, a bit north of Victoria on Vancouver Island. Scott Neigh interviews her about her...
Grassroots organizing vs oligarchy in El Salvador
01 Dec, 2019 | 0:28:45 |
EN | Frieda Werden | WINGS

Marta Benavides's parents were an indigenous healer and a bureaucrat. She grew up Catholic, was recruited to the Baptists, and came to her own theology, which recognizes love as a force and rejects hierarchy. She talks about her life, about her country El Salvador, and about the global forces that can only be opposed by community and an understanding of...
Discussing the protests & elections throughout South America with Chossudovsky, Escobar & Schertow
02 Nov, 2019 | 0:59:27 |
EN | Michael Welch | Global Research News Hour

From the uprisings in Ecuador to the demonstrations in Chile to the elections in Bolivia, Argentina and Uruguay, tis week's show probes the popular actions against austerity, privatization and other neoliberal policies across South America. Professor Michel Chossudovsky provides a historical context to last month's eruptions, including a recounting of his own recollections from having lived through the 70s era...
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