Wab Kinew, Orange Shirt Day, Philippines Duterte, Lisa Monchalin Indigenous Justice

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Wab Kinew spoke at the Vancouver Playhouse last night
Today Sept 30 is Orange Shirt Day

TODAY’S SHOW Host: Irwin Oostindie @DutchPhoto

starts at 03:00 with introduction

05:45 Weather & News Headlines: Petronas wants to sell its recently approved LNG stake, Aleppo, Trudeau Libs and pipelines, Turkey, …  

19:00 Orange Shirt Day: Residential School Memorial Day is Sept 30 “Orange Shirt Day” background.

22:00 Wab Kinew on reconciliation. Last night Wab Kinew spoke at the Vancouver Playhouse and was honoured by the Tsleil-Waututh and SFU, as part of the SFU President’s Dream Colloquium


32:00 Dr. Dominique Caouette of the University of Montreal’s Centre for East Asian Studies on extra-judicial killings in the Philippines and President Duterte. The term has gained currency as a major criticism of the war on drugs of the Duterte administration. How is Duterte’s war on drugs different than the US’ war on drugs fought against peoples’ movements elsewhere in the world? How is the Duterte presidency changing geopolitics and ASEAN’s relations with the US and China?

49:00 MUSIC: WOLFBEAR – Relation All Nations

51:30 INTERVIEW with Lisa Monchalin. Indigenous peoples are vastly overrepresented in the Canadian criminal justice system. The Canadian government has framed this disproportionate victimization and criminalization as being an “Indian problem.”

Lisa Monchalin is a graduate of Eastern Michigan University where she obtained her Bachelor’s degree in 2004 and her Master’s degree in 2006, both in Criminology. In 2012, she graduated with her Doctorate in Criminology from the University of Ottawa, making her the first Indigenous woman in Canada to hold a Ph.D. in Criminology. Lisa is of Algonquin, Métis, Huron, and Scottish descent.  She recently published her first sole authored book titled, The Colonial Problem: An Indigenous Perspective on Crime and Injustice in Canada, with the University of Toronto Press. Vancouver book launch on OCTOBER 5th 6:30pm UBC


EXTRA #StandWithStandingRock
Sundance Film Festival presents new video: “For those of us who are media makers, filmmakers, storytellers — and have been a part of the Standing Rock camp — we can only hope that our medium contributes to the countenance of these events.” – Heather Rae, director ‘Trudell.’ To learn more about how filmmakers are responding: http://bit.ly/2czKtp8.  #nodapl #waterislife #StandWithStandingRock



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