Fri April 15 – Irene Lanzinger, Ryan McMahon, Jody Wilson-Raybould, Lee Maracle

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Apr 15 2016 Media Mornings

TODAY’S SHOW Host: Irwin Oostindie @DutchPhoto

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0:00 Well, this must be the most crazy start to our early morning show as our Host Irwin was stuck in Chinatown with his housing coop elevator broken. Yes, so we lost a few minutes at the start of our show, and no news headlines. oops!  But things got going eventually, so fast forward! 

07:00 LATE START! Irwin gets going! LOL

13:35 Reconciliation and the Indian Act: Ryan McMahon (Red Man Laughing) takes a look at the collision between the Indian Act & reconciliation and we investigate the question whether reconciliation is possible with the Indian Act in place in Canada.
29:45 Speech from Parliament: Jody Wilson-Raybould
40:20 Audio from Eriel Deranger 

46:00 Plus we drill down on “truth and reconciliation” and play some of the voice of Lee Maracle (who is speaking at a 2015 Toronto reconciliation event) as she argues that we need to be talking about restitution rather than ‘reconciliation.’

50:00 Irene Lanzinger, President of the BC Federation of Labour joins us live to preview today’s BCFed $15 RALLY at Canada Place at 5pm. Speakers will begin at 5:30pm. After the rally join us at an after party. Join workers across Canada in the call for a $15/hr minimum wage. As of April 1st, BC has the lowest minimum wage in Canada.

58:40 BLACK LIVES MATTER Vancouver preview of this weekend’s Visibility & Solidarity Rally taking place Sunday at noon in Vancouver. “Following the inspirational work of our friends and family in Toronto, who camped for 15 days outside the Toronto police headquarters to demand justice for police brutality, we are organizing this event in recognition and solidarity for their activism. This event will also act as the debut event for the Vancouver chapter of the Black Lives Matter movement.”
We end the show with the voice of Cicely-Belle Blain on o
rganizing against racism and anti-Blackness on UBC campus from this full-length interview on Talking Radical Radio


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