Talking Radical Radio

What the Talking Radical books do for historical struggles in northern Turtle Island, Talking Radical Radio does for struggles going on today. In these in-depth interviews, you get to hear grassroots activists engaged in a broad range of social change work in communities across the country talk about what they’re doing, how they’re doing it, and why they’re doing it. You get an opportunity to listen and to learn — about aspects of the world around us that are made visible through these activists’ struggles; about choices, successes, and failures in their organizing that can inform your own; and about possibilities for collaboration and solidarity.

If you live in one of the communities where the show is broadcast you can tune inTRR_logo_100x100 weekly over the airwaves, or you can listen online any time via the Rabble Podcast Network, iTunes, SoundCloud, Stitcher, TuneIn, or YouTube.

If you have a suggestion for a person, organization, or project that you think should be on a future episode — find out more about what I’m looking for here — or if you want to bring the show to the airwaves in your town, email me and I’ll do what I can to make it happen!

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  26. Pingback: Radio — Nursing labour: The Saskatchewan Union of Nurses |

  27. Pingback: Radio — Hollaback: Fighting street harassment in Ottawa |

  28. Pingback: Radio — Making childcare integral to our movements: The Montreal Childcare Collective |

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  32. Perry Bulwer says:

    I find it curious that you are able to post this subject: “Remembering a radical experiment: The Vancouver Mental Patients Association of the 1970s” on the rabble website. They recently censored and banned me from that site because I wrote about my own personal struggles with PTSD and how I was mistreated and abandoned by the medical system. Rabble staff banned me and closed my account without any notice or explanation. They only offered an explanation after my 3rd email enquiry, simply telling me my account was closed and I’m banned from writing or commenting on the site because I wrote about my mental illness. I would expect that kind of brutal treatment from a right wing conservative site, but I was shocked and dismayed to be treated that way by so-called progressives, leftists and radicals, who I assumed were my allies. Disgusting.

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  34. Pingback: Radio — Coffeeshop workers in Halifax get organized: Baristas Rise Up |

  35. Pingback: Radio — Building lasting radical institutions: The AKA Autonomous Social Centre in Kingston, Ontario |

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  37. Pingback: Radio — Radical poetry: An interview with Halifax’s El Jones |

  38. Pingback: Radio — Men working with men against violence against women |

  39. Pingback: Radio — End immigration detention: Supporting unjustly detained migrants |

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  42. Pingback: Radio — Supporting queer and trans prisoners: The Prisoner Correspondence Project |

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