What are your rights, anyway? Justice Vs. is a podcast that explores the ever changing landscape of civil liberties in Canada. Host Maria Rio will interview activists, lawyers, organizers and those most impacted by rights violations across the country. Through these conversations, we seek to understand: What are our rights in Canada - to protest, to security, to equality? What are the limitations on those rights and how our systems fail the most vulnerable?
Episodes to come will explore issues faced by LGBTQ2S+ youth in school, G20 Toronto mass arrests, the Canadian bail system, decriminalization of sex work, and much more. The goal with Justice Vs. is to provide people with an accessible platform to be educated on the importance of protecting civil liberties.
A big thanks to the Justice Vs. Volunteer Team:
Writing and Research Team: Natalie Sequeira, Kate Tutu, Jeremy Zhang, Luke Ryan, Imran Dhanani, Rachael Dyal, Rachael. Bridge, Leo Ghiran, Stella Racca, Sae Furukawa, managed by Brigitte Pawliw-Fry and Eilish Waller
Audio Team: Paul Berry, Ren Bangert, managed by Farid Pesteh
Marketing Team: Arlet Vazquez, Irene Lee, Hope Arpa Chow, managed by Soaad Qahhār Hossain
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Original Music by Ren Bangert.
Audio Editing by Ren Bangert.
Script Writing by Brigitte Pawliw-Fry
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