This week on Act Out!
Trump is trigger happy and making bank but is that not an American tradition – not just for commander-in-chiefs but the media lackeys sucking at the power teat?
Next up, Hamza and Intifada Street talk art in activism and finally
the march for science – what they got right and the important piece that's missing from their movement.
the danger of absolutist thinking in a fluid and dynamic reality – i.e. the argument over whether something like a guaranteed income is worth the fight. We'll take a look at the concept and a buried study that sheds light on how it works.
Finally, Camila Thorndike joins us to talk about carbon pricing, making polluters pay, people prosper and the importance of local activism – particularly with the People's Climate March coming up.
Justin Trudeau may seem an easy-on-the-eyes prince charming type but he is in fact this week's recipient of the low life scum award – here are 6 reasons why.
Next up, Canadian Climate System Scientist Paul Beckwith joins us to talk about climate change and the real tough solutions far beyond recycling and biking to work.
former Black Panther Kiilu Nyasha talks racism, systemic corruption and the past and present of pointed fight & build activism.
Next, Flint is nearing its third year without clean water but it's far from the only place in the states that suffers from both poverty and poisoned water, land and air.