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 Migrant Matters Radio 
 Gord Hill & Peter Gelderloos interviewed by MaryCarl Guiao
 Migrant Matters Radio  
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Gord Hill and Peter Gelderloos talk about how strategic 'violent' resistance works.

Gord Hill is a longtime organizer for indigenous sovereignty and a Vancouver-based writer and illustrator who's launching a new thoroughly-researched comic book called "The 500 Years of Resistance Comic Book". As the titles of the book's three sections read, it's about: Invasion, Assimilation and Resistance and adds to proof that opposing hierarchy, not 'violence' (that's used in strategies of resistance), should be our moral and strategic compass.

Peter Gelderloos is also a radical community organzer. He is the author of several powerful books. His two most recent books are the well-argued "How Nonviolence Protects the State" and newly published “Anarchy Works.” Each book is sure to convince those faithful solely to nonviolent forms of activism that the doctrine of nonviolence is misinformed, racist, patriarchal, authoritarian and ineffective.

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00:13:41 English 2010-06-06
 Guelph, ON
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