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20. Wet'suwet'en activist Marlene Hale, Intercept Brazil's Leandro Demori on independent media

Free City Radio

Listen to the 20th edition of Free City Radio podcast.On this show Wet'suwet'en activist Marlene Hale speaks about the growing health crisis within the Wet'suwet'en Nation taking place as more pipeline workers bring COVID-19 into the relatively remote community. This past week a number of public alerts have been sent out by Indigenous activists to the B.C. government and federal government to take action against the import of medical danger into the community by pipeline workers who are constructing a pipeline that many in the community don't support.Also on this show we speak with Intercept Brazil's Leandro Demori about the importance of independent media today in Brazil within the context of a far rightwing government. Leandro also speaks about the ways that the pandemic is impacting communities already experiencing systemic marginalization in the country. Info on Leandro's work here :https://theintercept.com/staff/leandro-demoriMusic on this episode by Roozbeh Tabandeh and Anna Atkinson's project Linaire.Free City Radio is hosted by Stefan @spirodon Christoff

1hr 1min

15 Dec 2020

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Broad Science

On this episode we're getting an update on the $6 billion Coastal GasLink pipeline, a project that the hereditary chiefs of all five clans of Wet’suwet’en have opposed. We talk to Marlene Hale, who is a member of the Wet’suwet’en Nation. She is a culinary chef but also a vocal activist, advocate and community mobilizer who is now based here in Montreal. Marlene talks about the toll this Pipeline has had on the Wet’suwet’en Nation and the ongoing struggle facing the community.Since our recording, the pipeline has been given the green light to start pipeline work near Unist’ot’en healing centre https://thetyee.ca/News/2020/08/07/Coastal-GasLink-Green-Light/Marlene’s weekly webinar: https://www.facebook.com/events/299287734417239/

35mins

14 Aug 2020

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Episode 4-Part 1-International Women’s Day Conference: Marlene Hale

Z Gallery's Podcast - Life Stories Quilt

Interview is recorded on March 2nd, 2019 in Montreal. On  March 2nd 2019 to celebrate International Women’s Day, The March 8  Committee of Women of Diverse Origins organized; Panel; Speakers,  Culture, resistance and Bannock! On this podcast Episode you will hear Marlene Hale’s speech from Wet’suwet’en Nation.   To know more about Women of Divers Origins you can check their Website; and also their Facebook.

25mins

7 Mar 2019

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Life Stories Quilt: Episode 4-Part 1-International Women’s Day Conference: Marlene Hale

Life Stories Quilt

Marlene Hale’s talk is recorded on March 2nd, 2019 in Montreal.On March 2nd 2019 to celebrate International Women’s Day, The March 8 Committee of Women of Diverse Origins organized; Panel; Speakers, Culture, resistance and Bannock!On this podcast Episode you will hear Marlene Hale’s speech from Wet’suwet’en Nation.  To know more about Women of Divers Origins you can check their Website; and also their Facebook.

25mins

7 Mar 2019

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