Tues Mar 29 – Filastine new release, Raul Burbano Honduras, Joey Hartman labour #budget2016,

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Mar 29 2016 Media Mornings

TODAY’S SHOW Host: Irwin Oostindie @DutchPhoto

(Advance podcast 3 min to hear beginning of program)

03:00 Introduction

06:00 Weather, local and international news.

18:30 Update on the Syrian conflict with Larry Wilkerson on Real News Network

23:00 Canadian budget breakdown with Joey Hartman, President, Vancouver & District Labour Council. Today we examine the response from the Canadian Labour Congress and what the budget means for the economy and workers.

33:00 Filastine  – We connect live to Java, Indonesia, with the globetrotting progressive musician and talk about the state of the climate crisis and his collaboration with Indonesian singer Nova, and their new track ‘The Miner.’ We are honoured to have the North American radio broadcast premiere from the multimedia duo Filastine who today release the first episode of ‘Abandon,’ their series of four video-singles featuring dances of liberation from degrading work. See that here!

48:30 Raul Burbano breaks down the Canadian response to the murders of Indigenous activists in Honduras defending their lands from dams and Canadian business interests. We also raise the issue of the threats to Gustavo Castro Soto the lead witness in the murder of Indigenous rights activist Berta Cáceres.  Raul is the Program Director for Common Frontiers Canada, a multi-sectoral working group based in Toronto.

 

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