The Colours of Resistance Archive is a collection of analysis and tools for liberatory organizing and movement-building.

Category: Audio

Eqbal Ahmad “Terrorism, Theirs & Ours”

Terrorism is the scourge of the era….The media focus on only one variety, that of the United States’ official enemies…. Click here to listen to this hour long radio program recorded in Boulder Colorado.

From Protest to Resistance: a radical look at the FTAA

Click here to listen to link to audio recordings from this event held on Jan.25th, 2001 in Toronto Canada. Speakers at the event were: George, Anti-Racist Action (Toronto) Fernando Hernandez, Food for Chiapas (Toronto) Sue Collis, Ontario Coalition Against Poverty, … Continue reading

Tim Wise on a Nation Divided

Anti–Racist activist Tim Wise speaks on the system of institionalized white supremacy, how it works, and how it must not be a part of any movement for a democratic society. The full question period of Wise’s talk can be heard … Continue reading

Meet the New Boss, Same as the Old Boss: Globalization, Genocide and Resistance

Click here to listen to Ward Churchhill’s Opening Remarks and a Question and Answer period from an event in Toronto, Canada on January, 17, 2002. Ward Churchill is an enrolled Keetoowah/Cherokee, Professor of American Indian Studies at the University of … Continue reading

A 4-part series on Canada’s Relationship with Native North America

This series of the Long Term Memory Radio Project is for non-profit use only and is distributed through CKUT or available on the world wide web at Read through the summary for the different episodes below and click here … Continue reading

CKUT Radio: Indigenous Resistance at Kanehsatake

Click here to listen to a one hour documentary produced at CKUT Radio in Montreal, which explores the ongoing indigenous struggle on the Mohawk territory of Kanehsatake. In recent months the indigenous community of Kanehsatake, located just outside of Montreal, … Continue reading