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 Taylor Report 
 Keep your eyes on the prize: The prize is peace
 Interview
 Ted Schmidt
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We live in a world of nuclear weapons, and the people of Hiroshima and Nagasaki can tell us the most about what they can do. For thirty years, those days of infamy have been commemorated on August 6-9th. Ted Schmidt tells us about Toronto's special event this year, and also efforts to revitalize the role of the Catholic church in social justice.

Jacob Leibovitch reports live on the scene from a protest against the police shooting of Sammy Yatim. Phil also describes upcoming events, including one related to "La Question" - Henri Alleg's account of his own torture by France in Algeria.
Never Neutral: A Teaching Life

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00:24:38 English 2013-07-29
 Toronto, Ontario
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