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Introducing The Tide: HMC's new podcast & radio show

Episode 1: Featuring Gerald Hannon, Harsha Walia, and Miles Howe

by Erica Butler

The Tide is a new podcast featuring stories by the Halifax Media Coop.
The Tide is a new podcast featuring stories by the Halifax Media Coop.
Photo by Allan Marsh, published by Acadie Nouvelle, of journalist Miles Howe being arrested in New Brunswick.
Photo by Allan Marsh, published by Acadie Nouvelle, of journalist Miles Howe being arrested in New Brunswick.
Evan Coole (left) and Gerald Hannon (right) offer a history lesson at The Company House. (Photo Mark Rendell)
Evan Coole (left) and Gerald Hannon (right) offer a history lesson at The Company House. (Photo Mark Rendell)
Harsha Walia in 2011 (photo by Brent Granby)
Harsha Walia in 2011 (photo by Brent Granby)

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Welcome to The Tide, the podcast and radio show of the Halifax Media Coop.  Have a listen here to  our first episode featuring:

Gerald Hannon:  HMC Contributor Mark Rendell brings us into the room for a talk by Toronto gay liberation activist Gerald Hannon, former editor of Body Politic.

Harsha Walia: HMC Contributor Candida Hadley interviews activist and thinker Harsha Walia about indigenous sovereignty, settler colonialism, feminism, and Undoing Border Imperialism.

Miles Howe: The HMC journalist and editor talks about seismic testing, fracking, getting arrested, and getting involved in the struggle to stop shale gas exploration in the Elsipogtog First Nation in New Brunswick.

Don't miss future episodes of The Tide.  Subscribe to our RSS feed or via iTunes

Credits: Produced by Erica Butler and Pierre Loiselle for the Halifax Media Coop.  Contributions from Mark Rendell and Candida Hadley. 

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