Hosted by Toronto activist and freelance columnist Desmond Cole. This show discusses the hottest issues of the week, from social justice to local economics
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Sarah Laing - Contributing writer at The Kit
July 29 - The Jamil Jivani Show - Hour 2Logan Ury - Director of Relationship Science at Hinge, author of How to Not Die Alone, and previously ran Google’s behavioural science team. "Jessie’s Girl” by Rick Springfield, and if you were driving around on this day in 1981, you’d very likely hear it on the radio. It was the number one song on the charts this day in 1981. ThrowBack Thursday - We’re looking back at a royal wedding that was viewed by hundreds of millions of people around the world! Charles and Diana. Later in the show we are joined by Victoria Arbiter - Royal Commentator
Desmond Cole - February 9, 2020
Desmond says goodbye after 5 great years at Newstalk1010.
Desmond Cole - February 2, 2020
Rodney Diverlus, Sandy Hudson and Syrus Marcus Ware, co-founders of Black Lives Matter, on their new book Until We Are Free: Reflections on Black Lives Matter in Canada; Moka Dawkins and Aanya Wood on Moka's treatment while in Toronto detention centre.
Desmond Cole - January 19, 2020
Santina Rao joins Desmond to tell her story of being arrested and assaulted at a Halifax Wal-Mart; Pantea Jafari, Lead Counsel with Jafari Law, joins Desmond to explain what new rules concerning American border agents questioning Canadians on Canadian soil; Desmond shares some news about the future of the Desmond Cole Show and takes your calls about scam calls/texts.
Desmond Cole - January 12, 2020
Vancouver Police defend arresting an Indigenous man and his 12-year-old granddaughter while attempting to open an account for the pre-teen... Support for victims families' after Iran admits to shooting down Ukraine International Airlines Flight 752... And, a look at the relationship between head injuries and incarceration.
Desmond Cole - January 5, 2019
City of Toronto dismantling homeless encampment, and addressing the larger issues leading to homelessness (GUEST: Yogi Acharya, Ontario Coalition Against Poverty, Shelter & Housing Justice Network)... Can you tip at your Tim Horton's?... People returning to Canada from Iran (or with ties to Iran) are being detained and questioned by border agents... and, Australian government criminalizes climate protests as Australian wildfires continue to burn.
Desmond Cole - December 22, 2019
Canadians need to look in the mirror about their own history; seeking justice for Soleiman Faqiri; a report on sexual exploitation and assault by UN Peacekeepers in Haiti