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November 4th, 2013 : mp3 file not currently online

The modern persecution of the Roma people. Celebrating Michael Mandel.

Featured Guest(s):
Gina Csanyi-Robah, Harry Glasbeek, David Jacobs

The recent case of the Roma family accused of kidnapping a blond child has drawn attention to the ongoing persecution of the Roma people in Europe, and discrimination in Canada.

Phil interviews Gina Csanyi-Robah, Executive Director of the Roma Community Centre. Although strides have been made in combating racism, there is still a long way to go.

Phil Taylor celebrates the life of York University Professor Michael Mandel, law professor extraordinaire, anti-war activist, promoter of Yiddish culture, and lover of classical music. Phil discusses Mandel's life, tragically cut short by a rare heart disease at age 65, with international human rights lawyer, David Jacobs, and Osgoode Hall law professor Harry Glasbeek. Particular focus was paid to Mandel's book, "How America Gets Away With Murder", and Mandel's attempt to lay charges before Carla Del Ponte at the International Criminal Court against Bill Clinton, Tony Blair, Jean Chrétien, and leaders of other NATO countries for their illegal attack on the former Yugoslavia.

Roma Community Centre

August 5th, 2013: - Listen | Download

The Presumed Innocence of Capitalism and Lac Mégantic

Featured Guest(s):
Harry Glasbeek

Harry Glasbeek is back, and he's ready to talk about the Lac Mégantic disaster.

His recent article "The Presumed Innocence of Capitalism and Lac Mégantic" engages with several questions. Why were people with little experience allowed to run this train?

How can we trust a system that places the accumulation of profit above all else? Glasbeek tackles the externalizing beast and its inevitable consequences for public safety.

The Presumed Innocence of Capitalism and Lac Mégantic

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