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Première émission de la voix des immigrants

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Le monde évolue. La société se transforme. Citoyens et citoyennes de 4 coins de la planète bougent. Pour toute savoir sur leur présence au Canada, écoutez la voix des immigrants. La voix des immgrants – une émission d’informations qui vous renseigne sur les immigrants au Québec et au Canada.

Écoutez la première émission du 27 novembre 2014.

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Take Back the Night in Montreal – Feminists March for a Safer Concordia

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(Photo: ACAB Media)
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This past Friday November 21 was the annual Take Back the Night march hosted by Concordia Center for Gender Advocacy as part of their ‘A Safer Concordia’ campaign. The march from Guy Concordia to McGill campus opposes gendered and sexual violence and  promotes safe public spaces.

Produced for the CKUT news collective by Celia Robinovitch

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Un artiste censuré par la SPVM

Source: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Censure-du-SPVM/893115274033001
Source: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Censure-du-SPVM/893115274033001
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Brian est un muraliste montréalais qui travaillait sur un oeuvre au coin d’Ontario et Pie-IX dans le quartier de Hochelaga-Maisoneuve. Le mural s’agissait d’un portrait de Marc Parent, le chef de la police de Montréal, avec une cagoule. L’ouvre était presque terminé la semaine passé, mais finalement la SPVM voulait pas que ça passe. Le résultat – le mural a été blanchit.

Brian était à CKUT cette semaine pour raconter son histoire, la significance du murale, et pourquoi la SPVM n’aime pas trop les expressions artistiques qui la critique.

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Montreal’s Black Community Responds to Ferguson

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Photo: McGill Daily
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On Monday, November 24, a grand jury in Ferguson, Missouri, decided not to criminally indict Darren Wilson, a police officer who shot and killed unarmed Black youth Michael Brown back in August. Protests and riots quickly errupted in Ferguson, a suburb of St-Louis, following the court’s decision, and also happened simultaneously in many cities across the US.

On Tuesday night in Montreal, there was a candlelight vigil and protest at the Roddick gates of McGill, organized by the Black Student Network.

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En profondeur

Mouvements régionaux contre le pipeline Énergie Est

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Jean-François Larose est deputé fédéral pour la circonscription de Repentigny, co fondateur de Forces et démocratie, opposé au pipeline Énergie Est, également opposé au contexte politique qui appui le pipeline. Le voici en entrevue avec Leila Lemghalef.

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Watchdog nomade — Ould Atigh raconte

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Ould Atigh est fondateur du festival nomade à Montréal, propriétaire d’un restaurant de cuisine nomadique à Montréal, La Khaima, et fondateur de la fondation La Khaima qui défend les activités durables globales en agriculture entres autres. Il développe un système de surveillance pour les nomades en Mauritanie, face aux activités minières, notamment canadiennes, au désert. Leila Lemghalef lui a parlé à ce sujet

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En profondeur

Champ des Possibles rendez vous au Rialto

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Une entrevue par Leila Lemghalef avec la coordonnatrice du projet Champ des Possibles, Caroline Magar, avant la rencontre citoyenne au Rialto à Montréal le 25 novembre a 18h. Elle discute entres autres du lancement du Catalogue Biodiversité.

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CKUT Audio

Panel Discussion: Opposing Militarism and Austerity in Canada

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Listen to a panel discussion recorded live on CKUT’s community news program Off the Hour that highlights the voices of Montreal activists working to oppose both militarism and war.

In this discussion local activists highlight the massive financial resources directed to the current neo-colonial military bombing of Iraq and Syria while at home, in communities across Quebec and Canada, there is a massive revoking of public financial resources to critically important institutions, like public schools and health care.

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The Avalanche

Hand Frequencies – ASL on the Radio is launched!

CKUT’s The Avalanche recently launched our project “Hand Frequencies: ASL on the Radio”. Our first two ASL interpretation videos are below!

October 29 edition

November 12 edition

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Bill C-36 Leaves Sex Workers Unprotected

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Bill C-36, The Protection of Communities and Exploited Persons Act, has passed in the Senate, infuriating many people who work in the sex industry, as well as their allies. Despite its title, C-36 does everything but protect communities and exploited persons leaving sex workers outside of police protection and more vulnerable to targeted violence and exploitation than ever. CKUT’s Sula Greene spoke with STELLA’s Robyn Maynard about the implication of Bill C-36 and the ongoing targeting of sex workers in Canada.

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Entrevue avec Paul Si Magana pour discuter en profondeur des évènements violents au Mexique

“A group of protesters set fire to the wooden door of Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto’s ceremonial palace during a protest denouncing the apparent massacre of 43 trainee teachers, in the historic center of Mexico City late November 8, 2014.” Source Reuters Credit: Reuters/Edgard Garrido

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Originaire du Mexique, Paul Si Magana est venu avec sa famille du Mexique au Canada en 2002. Il est diplomé en relations internationales. Leila Lemghalef lui a parlé de sa décision de quitter son pays d’origine et de sa perspective sur le contexte politico-économico-social explosif dans lequel 43 étudiants ont disparus récemment au Mexique.

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Indigenous

Interview with Kanahus Manuel

Photo: Murray Bush (Vancouver Media Coop)
Photo: Murray Bush (Vancouver Media Coop)

Yuct Ne Senxiymetkwe Camp Stands Up to Imperial Metals and the Mount Polley Mine Disaster

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Kanahus is a mother and warrior from the Secwpemc Nation in the Shuswap region of so-called British Columbia. She has been active in fighting against development projects and corporations such as the Sun Peaks Ski Resort and Imperial Metals. Recently, she has been involved in organizing to raise awareness about the Mount Polley gold-copper mine tailings spill, possibly the worst mining pollution disaster in Canadian history. She helped to set up the Yuct Ne Senxiymetkwe camp at the disaster site. For her efforts, she has been named as a defendant by Imperial Metals in a court injunction to stop blockades of the mining company’s operations. She was in Montreal last week, and came by CKUT for an in-depth interview, produced by Aaron Lakoff.

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CKUT Audio

Montreal reacts to 43 Mexico missing

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Last Wednesday a dozen people showed up to demonstrate outside of the Mexican Consulate in downtown Montreal. The protest came after activists interrupted the Consulate’s Altar of the dead event on Saturday November 1. Wednesday’s demonstration was less pronouned in attendance but just as pronounced in the hearts of those who came to stand up to the violence surrounding the 43 dissappeared students in Mexico. CKUT’s Leila Lemghalef brings us what some activists had to say.

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No One Is Illegal

DarkMatter Interviewed on No One Is Illegal Radio!

DarkMatter in studio at CKUT! (Photo: Twitter @DarkMatterRage
DarkMatter in studio at CKUT! (Photo: Twitter @DarkMatterRage)
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No One Is Illegal Radio host Carolin Huang was live in studio with the South Asian trans art duo DarkMatter on November 6th, 2014. Darkmatter spoke about their #ItGetsBitter tour and the relationship between their art practice and gender self(ie) determination, racial justice, and movement building.

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CKUT Audio Special coverage

Panel Discussion: Beyond Jian – Confronting Rape Culture

Artist: Faviana Rodriguez (www.favianna.com)
Artist: Faviana Rodriguez (www.favianna.com)
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[This panel originally aired live on Off the Hour November 7, 2014]

Beyond Jian: Confronting Rape Culture

As Canada and the world react to the Jian Ghomeshi sexual assault scandal, CKUT’s Off the Hour looks deeper at the issue, beyond celebrity culture, beyond the stigma against survivors, and beyond Jian. Powerful feminist voices speaking out online, in the streets, and in our communities.

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news

Hong Kong’s Umbrella Revolution & Reverberations in Montreal

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(Photo: Pasu Au Yeung via Flickr/Creative Commons)
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It’s been over a month since the Hong Kong protests began as the Hong Kong people called for democratic freedoms. It has drawn international attention due to the violent responses of Chinese police. On October 1st, a group of McGill students mobilized and organized a visibility event within the gates of the university. This mini documentary includes interviews with two of the organizers: Elliot Tan, studying Environmental Studies, and Ailisha Macharia, studying International Development Studies. Produced by Journalists for Human Rights at McGill.

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Looking Into Sexual Assault at McGill, part 2

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In recent years, several high profile sexual assault cases have come to trial in North America. The issue is now coming to light in Montreal. In the second instalment of her series on sexual assault at McGill University, Camille Baker speaks with the dean of students who’s been involved in writing the university’s first policy on sexual assault.

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En profondeur Palestine

Génocide à Gaza ? Entrevue avec Frank Barat du Tribunal Russell sur la Paléstine

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En entrevue avec Frank Barat, fondateur du Palestine Legal Action Network ainsi que coordonnateur du Tribunal Russell sur la Paléstine, nous avons fait la réflexion sur le Tribunal des crimes de Guerre et crimes contre l’humanité à la suite des actions israëliennes en Gaza cet été. Nous parlons entre autre du poids associé à la question de s’il y a eu lieu un crime rattaché à l’acte de génocide.