This edition of W2 Media Mornings focuses on Indigenous pipelines opposition and an innovative grassroots history campaign.
- ( ( ( Listen to today’s show online! ) ) )
- Hosted by David P. Ball
- Interview with Freda Huson (official spokesperson for the Unis’tot’en people, near Smithers, B.C.), about last week’s Unis’tot’en Action Camp and her nation’s opposition to four oil and gas pipelines. For more information and to support the camp, visit the event website.
- Interview with Nassim Elbardouh (No One Is Illegal – Vancouver), about the newest video from the Inheriting Resistance: Community History Project. Featuring long-time antiracist activist Chin Bannerjee.
- Latin America report with Alfonso Osorio on Argentine strike, Wikileaks founder Julian Assange‘s Ecuador asylum bid, and more.
- Featured music: Drums of War (Team Rezofficial), Changes (Nneka), Ella’s Song (Sweet Honey in the Rock), and Bedlam! (Veda Hille).