Tag Archives: Manitoba

Radio: High school students organizing for greater COVID safety in schools

Brie Villeneuve is a Grade 12 student at Grant Park High School in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Piper Lockhart is a Grade 11 student at Coll├Ęge Louis-Riel, a French-language high school in Winnipeg. Both are core organizers with Manitoba Students for COVID … Continue reading

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Radio — Challenging the harms of hydroelectricity projects

Ramona Neckoway is a professor at the University College of the North in Thompson Manitoba. She is also a member of Nisichawayasihk Cree Nation, a hydro-impacted community. Stephane McLachlan is a professor at the University of Manitoba in Winnipeg. Both … Continue reading

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Radio — A land defence camp opposing the Line 3 tar sands pipeline

Geraldine McManus is a Two-Spirit Dakota woman of the Bear Clan. She is the driving force behind the Spirit of the Buffalo Camp, a prayer camp in rural Manitoba on the US/Canada border that sits on top of where Enbridge’s … Continue reading

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Radio — Oral histories, labour and feminism in Manitoba

[audio:http://feeds.soundcloud.com/stream/309567709-scott-neigh-talking-radical-trr-ep-46-jan-82014-oral-histories-labour-and-feminism-in-manitoba.mp3] On this week’s episode of Talking Radical Radio, Scott Price talks about his work with the Oral History Centre at the University of Winnipeg and with Local 832 of the United Food and Commercial Workers unearthing histories of working-class … Continue reading

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