Fri Feb 26 – Stopping Bill C51, Dialogue on Racism, Nathaniel Arcand

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Feb 26 2016 Media Mornings

TODAY’S SHOW Host: Irwin Oostindie @DutchPhoto

01:00 Introduction to the show

2:00 Weather, local, national, and global news. Next week is the anniversary of the Port Metro fire and Port Metro wants to expand Centerm terminal port by 66% capacity.

15:30 Trumbo is up for a ‘Best Actor’ award at Sunday’s Oscar’s. The film looks at McCarthyism and communist screenwriters.

20:45 Charles Boylan and Samir Gandesha break down Bill C51 and preview this weekend’s Repeal Bill C-51 Conference. Sunday 12:30pm SFU Harbour Centre. For over one year now, people across Canada as well as a diverse movement of major human rights, legal, academic, media and civil liberties organizations have raised their collective voice in opposition to the “Police State” Bill C-51.

39:00 Music: Grimes

43:30 Shakti Butler talks about racism and her film: Cracking the Codes: The System of Racial Inequity. She will be speaking Friday evening, 6:30 at a SIETAR eventCracking the Codes: The Systems of Racial Inequity A film screening and facilitated dialogue about race and racism in Canada at Robert Lee YMCA, 955 Burrard St.

50:00 Nathaniel Arcand: If you’ve caught his performances on film and TV on North of 60, Blackstone, Heartland, and the film Two Indians Talking now learn about his music with the Talking Stick Festival, and his interest in men showing up to challenge violence against women.  Nathaniel performs Saturday at The Heatley Room on Hastings.

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