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Politics, Re-Spun is on The Rational on Coop Radio on Monday, March 19, 2012 from 6pm to 7pm with an intriguing lineup! Listen live online or at 102.7fm in the Vancouver area.
With the NDP Leadership convention concluding the months of campaigning next weekend, with a new occupant of Stornaway charged with forging an alternative to the increasingly draconian Conservative Party, we though it would be a good idea to profile the candidates
But instead of having people speak for the candidates, we thought we’d invite 8 people to spend some time on the show explaining why they are supporting their candidate. No talking points, just people talking about what matters to them: 7 people for the candidates, and one representing the still undecideds.
We’ll also host a liveblog here – you can interact with the candidate’s representatives and our contributor, Kevin Harding, as they discuss who would be the best next leader of the NDP. Throw in your own questions, comments, or more.
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Kevin is a cooperator, an always-student, and passionate about the arts. As a principal of the Incipe Cooperative
, Kevin works with colleagues in a workers' co-op offering services for advocacy and nonprofit organizations. He's passionate about education policy, having been through twenty some-odd years of schooling and still thinking it changes the world. He also thinks that art changes the world, and he works with Art for Impact
to celebrate art's power for social change.
A Vancouver born and raised resident who is exiled from Toronto, he constantly loses umbrellas and probably rants too much.