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GroundWire | June 22, 2015

Red Jam Slam Radio Festival, Bill C-24, Thunder Pride, Refugee Healthcare

by Groundwire News CollectiveCJLO

GroundWire | June 22, 2015

This episode of GroundWire was produced in Tiohtià:ke also known as Montreal on unceded Mohawk territory by Marilla Steuter-Martin and co-hosted by Catlin Spencer at CJLO 690 am.

Constitutional challenge filed against Toronto Police against the practice of carding but racial targeting continues | Omme Salma-Rahemtullah
Communities rally from coast to coast for the National Day of Action for Sex Worker Rights | Carly Forbes, CILU with files from The Winnipeg Working Group


Bill C-24, The strengtening Canadian citizenship act creates second class citizens | Anouk Millet, CKUT
Two-spirit leadership in the celebration of Thunder Pride | Jayal Chung and Carly Forbes, CILU
Refugees, healthcare provideres and allies rally on National Day of Action against the cuts to refugee healthcare | Kateryna Gordyichuk, CKUT
Community Radio Reports
CHSR facilitates community conversations about gender discrimination in the music industry | Erin Bond, CHSR
Highlights from the Red Jam Slam radio festival, which took place during National Aboriginal week from June 17-21 and was broadcast on 7 community radio stations from coast to coast
Music this week by: Anemkiwajiw women's drumming group, The Fraser Valley drummers, and Redsoulbluez
We also thank: Gunargie O'Sullivan and Aaron Lakoff


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its really pathetic, if its

its really pathetic, if its all true, at least the people must stay out of this gutter of racism and all, where the victims supposed to go then?