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21 Feb, 2008 | 0:23:43 |
EN | Candace Mooers |

Part two of two. Rene Ross speaks about Stepping Stone, an outreach and resource centre for women, men and youth who work on the streets. Stepping Stone was created by the Elizabeth Fry Society in 1985 following the murder of three women who worked as prostitutes in Halifax.
21 Feb, 2008 | 0:29:25 |
EN | Candace Mooers |

This is a panel discussion, part of IDEALaw 2008, a conference organized by the Social Activist Law Student Association (SALSA) of Dalhousie University Law School. Speakers discuss topics from their book Sex Workers in the Maritimes Talk Back.
21 Feb, 2008 | 0:28:03 |
EN | Candace Mooers |

Devra Lee Davis, a renowned environmental health expert, is professor of epidemiology at the University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health. Dr. Davis was designated a National Book Award Finalist for her book, When Smoke Ran Like Water, part of which centres around a deadly air pollution episode in her hometown of Donora, Pa. She is the author of...
21 Feb, 2008 | 0:27:38 |
EN | Candace Mooers |

Jessica Mills is an author, artist, activist, musician, and mother of two. She plays saxophone for punk band Citizen Fish and writes a regular column in Maximum Rocknroll. Candace Mooers interviewed Jessica Mills about her new book, My Mother Wears Combat Boots: A Parenting Guide for the Rest of Us, recently published by AK Press.
21 Feb, 2008 | 0:16:39 |
EN | Candace Mooers |

Dalhousie University welcomed Sir Mark Moody-Stuart to speak on sustainability and extractive industries in Feb 2008. Moody-Stuart is the Chair of Anglo American, the world's second largest mining company, with a record of forcibly displacing subsistance farmers in northeastern Colombia. Matthew Yates and Jennifer Stotland interview Bronwyn White of the Atlantic Regional Solidarity Network about Moody-Stuart's shameful track record. This...
21 Feb, 2008 | 0:37:00 |
EN | Candace Mooers |

In Guysborough County, Nova Scotia, residents of Lincolnville have been resisting the provincial government's establishment of several landfills in the (mostly) Black community for over 30 years. In 2006, a new dump in Lincolnville was proposed. This panel discussion includes speakers from Lincolnville, Paq'tnkek First Nation and Halifax speaking about the issue of environmental racism and the current campaign in...
21 Feb, 2008 | 0:50:44 |
EN | Candace Mooers |

Dr. Wanda Thomas-Bernard is the Director of the School of Social Work at Dalhousie University and is Team Leader of the Racism, Health and Violence Research Project. Her research with Black men and the violence of racism, particularly in the criminal justice system, has had significant impact on not only academic work but also agency and community-based practice. In this...
26 Jun, 2007 | 0:17:00 |
EN | Candace Mooers |

Maryann Edwards is a member of Vancouver Grassroots Women. In this presentation, delivered at the Women in Radio Conference in Vancouver, British Columbia, Maryann related the history of Vancouver Grassroots Women and its campaigns on the west coast, including access to childcare, labour and the privatization of health care. She also spoke about the important relationship between campus and community...
26 Jun, 2007 | 0:15:00 |
EN | Candace Mooers |

Sandi Wingrove is a member of the Women Elders in Action, also known as WeAct, a group whose aim is to ?raise awareness and to act on the most pressing social and economic issues facing older women,? based in Vancouver, British Columbia. Sandi Wingrove spoke at the recent Women in Radio Conference, which was part of the National Campus/Community Radio...
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