No One Is Illegal Radio / March 3, 5-6pm / Elsipogtog & Anishnabe Resistance / Kat Yang-Stevens on Police Brutality
No One Is Illegal Radio: Grassroots community radio on the island of Montreal
On today’s On today’s No One is Illegal Radio (March 3, 2016), we feature audio from a recent panel on Indigenous resistance, with interventions by Jacqueline Clair & Paul Francis, members of the Mi’kmaq community of Elsipogtog, actively involved in resisting hydraulic fracking; as well as Shannon Chief of the Anishnabe Nation of the Ottawa River Watershed.
Also on today`s show we feature an interview with kat yang-stevens, a Chinese american organizer based in Brooklyn, Occupied Lenape Lands, on Asian american politics, police violence/impunity, anti-blackness and the recent conviction of NYPD officer Peter Liang.
No One Is Illegal Radio highlights the struggles of communities in resistance, with a focus on the self-determination struggles of Indigenous peoples, migrants, refugees and working class people of colour. No One Is Illegal Radio is in public confrontation with the Canadian state, organizing to fight against poverty, racism, police brutality, prisons, detentions and deportations, as well as opposing the displacement and genocide of Indigenous peoples on Turtle Island. We actively support the organizing of friends such as No One Is Illegal and Solidarity Across Borders. No One Is Illegal Radio is produced by Carolin Huang and Jaggi Singh, media activists and community organizers based in Montreal. We are part of CKUT’s Off The Hour at 90.3 fm, www.ckut.ca on the web.
Live on-air at 5pm (Montreal-time) today, March 5, 2016. Listen afterwards on the archive at: ckut.ca