One hour of one on one with Ottawa's anti-poverty activist and organizer Andrew Nellis.
This is one remarkable interview where Andrew Nellis describes many facets of his antivism, politics, and personal philosophy: From his role in Ottawa IWW's Panhandlers' Union, to the Cop Watch program that he organizes, to his anarcho-mysticism, to the power of symbols in social activism, to his participation at anti-capitalist and anti-war demonstrations...
The scene about his hockey stick and rubber bullet interaction with an anti-demonstration police officer is one of the most memorable moments in CHUO radio history.
Andrew Nellis: It's not about personalities and it's all about fighting your own battles. It's a class war.
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The right of homeless to sleep in the city (CBC radio interview)