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From Embers

Feb 12, 2020

An interview with Dtsa'hyl, a hereditary chief of the Wet'suwet'en Nation. The Wet'suwet'en people have defended their land against pipelines for more than a decade. After an RCMP raid on their territory on February 6th, a national movement was sparked to shut down Canada and protest against the infringement...


Nov 15, 2019

An interview with two anarchists from Vancouver about their efforts to intervene in the climate strike and extinction rebellion actions in that city. We talk about the context in Vancouver, their critique of Extinction Rebellion, black blocs, critical solidarity, and moving beyond hope and hopelessness. For the privacy...


Oct 18, 2019

This week's episode features an interview with Kate Klein of the Mining Injustice Solidarity Network.

We talk a bit about the group's work opposing the mining industry and supporting mining-affected communities outside of Canada in their struggles against Canadian mining corporations.  Mostly, we discuss the group's use...


Sep 26, 2019

Mauna Kea is the tallest mountain in the world measured from its oceanic base and one of the most sacred sites for spiritual Hawaiians. A consortium of government and university scientists from Canada, the United States, Japan, China and India have been trying to build the Thirty Metre Telescope on its summit for nearly...


Sep 11, 2019

An interview with Byron, host of To Know The Land, a radio show on Guelph's CFRU 93.3.  We talk about why radio is cool, and I pick Byron's brain about place, space and knowing the land we stand on.

Links:

https://toknowtheland.tumblr.com/showarchives

Music by Ana Roxanne, Hotel Neon and Taylor Deupree

The album Byron...