No One Is Illegal Radio — 2006 Archives

The No One Is Illegal-Montreal collective produces a monthly radio show which airs on CKUT community radio.

–> An archive of No One Is Illegal Radio’s 2006 shows is available at:
http://nooneisillegal-montreal.blogspot.com/2007/01/no-one-is-illegal-radio-2006-archive.html

Our 2006 shows include the voices of:
– Latifa Charkaoui: mother of Adil Charkaoui, one of the Secret Trial Five;
– Arnoldo Garcia: organizer with the National Network for Immigrant and Refugee Rights in Oakland, California;
– Kahehti:io: Mohawk youth activist from Kahnawake, arrested at the Land Reclamation at Six Nations;
– Sherene Razack, author of “Looking White People in the Eye,” and a witness at the People’s Commission into Immigration “Security” Measures;
– Hassan Almrei: secret trial detainee at Guantanamo North Prison, detained without trial since 2001;
– Karen Coq: member of No One Is Illegal-Kingston, active in opposing the Guantanamo North prison;
– Amir Hodhod: a member of Solidarity Across Borders who marched to Ottawa from Montreal in June 2005, and is fighting a pending deportation from Canada;
– Hazel Hill: spokesperson for the Six Nations Land Reclamation;
– Kahentinehta: of Mohawk Nation News and a defender of Mohawk territory during the Oka Crisis of 1990;
– Roberta Keesick: elder, trapper and activist from the Grassy Narrows indigenous territory in Northwestern Ontario; the blockade against logging at Grassy Narrows is the longest blockade in Canadian history;
– Arash Aslani: refugee from Iran, and former 10-month detainee at the Laval Detention Center near Montreal;
– Teresa Hayter: author of “Open Borders” and organizer with the Campaign to Close Campsfield Detention Center in England;
– Aarti Shahani: anti-deportations and anti-detentions activist with Families for Freedom in New York City;
– Rasha Moumneh, of the Helem LGBT group in Beirut, Lebanon;
– Nay: activist with Aswat, a queer justice group in Palestine;
– Rafeef Ziadah: the Coalition Against Israeli Apartheid in Toronto;
– Ashanti Alston Omowali: anarchist activist, former political prisoner, and member of the Black Panther Party;
– Biju Mathew: organizer with the New York Taxi Worker’s Alliance;
– Trudy Miller: mother of indigenous Six Nations political prisoner Trevor Miller;
– Angel Smith: cousin of Trevor Miller;
– Khadija Bennis: twin sister of Mohamed Anas Bennis, killed by the Montreal police.

–> An archive of No One Is Illegal Radio’s 2006 shows is available at:
http://nooneisillegal-montreal.blogspot.com/2007/01/no-one-is-illegal-radio-2006-archive.html

You can tune to No One Is Illegal Radio on the 2nd Tuesday of every month, from 5-6pm, as part of the Open Conspiracy for Social Change on “Off The Hour.” Our upcoming 2007 shows will be on January 9, February 13, March 13, April 10 …

–> You can listen live in the MONTREAL-area at 90.3FM.

–> You can listen ANYWHERE online at http://www.ckut.ca

–> Or, contact noii-montreal@resist.ca to get regular updates about the organizing of No One Is Illegal-Montreal, including audio links to our upcoming shows.

No One Is Illegal-Montreal is part of a worldwide movement of resistance, fighting for justice and dignity, and the right to self-determination for migrants, refugees and indigenous people. Our campaign is in public confrontation with the Canadian state, denouncing and taking action to combat racial profiling, police brutality, detentions and deportations, exploitation and wage-slave conditions, as well as opposing the displacement and genocide of indigenous peoples on Turtle Island.

INFO:
514-848-7583 — noii-montreal@resist.ca
http://nooneisillegal-montreal.blogspot.com

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