WARNING!!!! This is a test version of the radio4all server. Do not upload programs here as they will be erased after we fully upgrade. Please wait till we can give an all clear. We are still working on this. If you have any questions or need to contact us, please email to help@radio4all.net.

 
Program Information
 
 Jerome Raza talks about the history of student movement in Quebec from the perspective of 'combative unionism'.
 Unspecified
 
 Anonymous  
Jerome Raza has been a student activist and organizer since 2004. After a year on the board of his local student union, he joined the executive board of ASSÉ on the eve of the 2005 general student strike against massive cuts to student financial aid. As the student strike coalition, CASSÉÉ, was formed, he was delegated to sit the its negociations committee that was mandated to present the strike movement's demands to the governement. After leaving official capacity in 2006, he joined the Montreal NEFAC collective which later became part of UCL. Since February he has been active in supporting the student mobilisation through various organizing roles, as well as being involved in his neighborhood's autonomous popular assembly borne out of the spontaneous pots & pans movement.

  Download Program Podcast
02:14:56 English
 
  View Script
    
 02:14:56  48Kbps mp3
(47MB) Mono
27 Download File...