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Meet the New Boss, Same as the Old Boss: Globalization, Genocide and Resistance
Speech
Ward Churchill, Friends of Activist Rodney Bobiwash
 Radio Cognito  Contact Contributor
Jan. 20, 2002, 3:07 a.m.
Ward Churchill, Professor of American
Indian Studies at the University of
Colorado at Boulder, spoke in Toronto,
canada, January, 17, 2002 to a 600+
audience.
Producer:
Uploaded by: Radio Cognito
Ward Churchill is an enrolled Keetoowah/Cherokee, Professor of American Indian Studies at
the University of Colorado at Boulder, a member of the Leadership Council of Colorado AIM, former national spokesperson for the Leonard Peltier Defense Committee, and author
of "A Little Matter of Genocide","Struggle for the Land" and "Pacifism as Pathology" among other books.
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Traditional Opening by Don Waboose of Ojibway First Nation
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Segment 1 - 88:48min
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Chair: Irina Ceric

Speakers:
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Rebecca Tobabunbung for
Third Encounter for Humanity and Against Neoliberalism
of Wasauksing First Nation, Speaks on the recent passing of Activist Rodney Bobiwash
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James Porter for
Ontario Coalition Against Poverty <a href=http://www.ocap.ca>www.ocap.ca</a>
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Ward Churchill
Globalization, Genocide and Resistance
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Segment 2 - 41:02min
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Question and Answer
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Traditional Closing: Dan and Mary Lou Smoke, The AIM Song

Dan Smoke-Asayenes & Mary Lou Smoke-Asayenes Kwe
Hosts of Smoke Signals First Nations Radio, CHRW, 94.7 FM, London, Ontario
Sundays 6:00 - 8:00 p.m., <a href=http://www.chrwradio.com>http://www.chrwradio.com</a>
Dan Smoke - Seneca Nation of Six Nations on The Grand
Mary Lou Smoke - Ojibway Anishnawbe Quay - Batchawana Bay

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Proceeds from this event go to local mobilizing for the 3rd Encounter for Humanity and Against Neo-Liberalism

Third Encounter for Humanity and Against Neoliberalism
P.O. Box 19001 Toronto, Ont. M5S 1X1
"3rd. Encounter" <indigenous@on.aibn.com>

and the Ontario Coalition Against Poverty. - http://www.ocap.ca

Sponsors:

CHRY 105.5FM
CKLN 88.1FM
Development Education Centre
First Nations Solidarity Action Group
Friends of the Lubicon
Law Union of Ontario
Ontario Coalition Against Poverty
Ontario Public Interest Research Group -Toronto and York
Rebuilding the Left
Rittenhouse
Third Encounter for Humanity and Against Neo-Liberalism
Toronto Mobilization for Global Justice (Mob4Glob)


Taking AIM
Ward Churchill sets his sights on activists
BY Carlyn Zwarenstein
http://www.eye.net/eye/issue/issue_09.13.01/news/aim.html

Hidden from History: The Canadian Holocaust
The Untold Story of the Genocide of Aboriginal Peoples by Church and State in Canada
by (Rev.) Kevin Annett
<a href=http://annett55.freewebsites.com>annett55.freewebsites.com</a>

Tour dates:
Wednesday, January 16: Waterloo
Thursday, January 17: Toronto
Friday, January 18: Kingston
Saturday, January 19: Ottawa
Sunday, January 20: Kahnawake
Monday, January 21: Montreal

Recorded Thursday, January 17, 2002
7:00pm, OISE Auditorium, Toronto, canada

Radio Cognito http://free.freespeech.org/radiocognito

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Activist Rodney Bobiwash at a forum report back from 1st World Social Forum in Porto Alegre 02/19/01

On the eve of the 2nd World Social Forum, some words from First Nations Activist Rodney Bobiwash.

Rodney Bobiwash passed away this month (January 2002) in Toronto, canada.

From the forum "A Report Back From Porto Alegre. Toronto. Feb 19, 2001
A forum sponsored by: Centre for Social Justice - www.socialjustice.org

Featuring: First Nations Activist, Anti-Racist Activist Rodney Bobiwash

Center For World Indigenous Studies Forum For Global Exchange
http://www.cwis.org/260fge/260fge.html

Also at: http://www.radio4all.net/proginfo.php?id=4138
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