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 NO ONE IS ILLEGAL RADIO 
 with Shawn Brant, Corinn Williams and Khadija Bennis
 Regular Show
 Shawn Brant (Tyendinaga), Corinn Williams (New Bedford, MA), Khadija Bennis (Montreal)
 Jaggi Singh  
 For non-profit use only.
Produced and hosted by members of No One Is Illegal in Montreal. 514-848-7583 -- noii-montreal@resist.ca -- http://nooneisillegal-montreal.blogspot.com
On this month's show:

... we get a firsthand view from the occupation of a quarry by the Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte in Eastern Ontario;

... we also talk to an organizer doing support work in the aftermath of a recent raid on migrant workers in New Bedford, Massachusetts, the largest single workplace raid in recent memory;

... and we'll hear from the sister of Anas Bennis, the victim of an unexplained police killing in Montreal in 2005.


The show includes:

SHAWN BRANT of theTyendinaga Mohawk Community in Eastern Ontario, about the ongoing occupation of a quarry, as part of a land reclamation effort on the Culberston Tract.

CORINN WILLIAMS of the Community Economic Development Center of Southeastern Massachusetts. She played an active role in lending support to the targeted immigrant workers of a recent raid by Immigrant and Customs Enforcement (ICE) on a manufacturing plant. The raid, which involved hundreds of armed agents, police, military, as well as helicopters, resulted in the detention of more than 350 migrant workers, mainly young women with infant and small children, originally from El Salvador and Guatemala.

KHADIJA BENNIS. Khadija is the twin sister of Anas Bennis who was killed by Montreal police in still unexplained circumstances on December 1, 2005. More than 16 months after the death of her brother, she continues to speak out about the police killing of her brother, and the continued demands by her family for justice and closure in this case.

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01:13:43 English 2007-04-10
 
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Show intro and Shawn Brant interview  00:29:29  128Kbps mp3
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Corinn Williams - Part 1  00:18:52  128Kbps mp3
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Corinn Williams - Part 2  00:11:55  128Kbps mp3
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Khadija Bennis and show outro  00:13:27  128Kbps mp3
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