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GroundWire Community Radio News Oct 7, 2013

Produced at CILU

by GroundWire ProductionCILU

GroundWire Community Radio News Oct 7, 2013

 

GroundWire Community Radio News October 7th

 

This episode of GroundWire was produced by Carly Forbes at CILU on Fort William First Nations Traditional Territory in Thunder Bay Ontario

Headlines:

Federal Prisoners on General Strike against the Offender Accountability Initiative | Prison Radio, CKUT

 

Community members protest the Thunder Bay Chronicle Journal for publishing a Transphobic Editorial | Carly Forbes, CILU

 

Features:

The Human Rights Museum in Winnipeg refuses to use the word genocide in its exhibit about the Canadian state's treatment of its indigenous peoples | Micheal Welch, Jordan Poitras and Chris Reed, CKUW

 

Immigration Detainees on Hunger Strike in the CECC | Mina Ramos and Candice Cascanette, CFRU and CKUT

 

Truth and Reconciliation in Sliammon First Nations Territory | Courtney Harrop and Claudia Mendino, CJMP

 

Reflecting on the full Moon Memory Walk and the Sisters in Spirit Vigil | Carly Forbes, CILU

 

Community Radio Report on the end of Free Speech Radio News | Aaron Lakoff, CKUT

 

 

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