Morning North | Mar 25, 2014 | 8:22

Lectures series on Social Justice at Laurentian University

Devlin Kuyek will be speaking at Laurentian University, his presentation called: "The Global Rush for Farmland and Peoples' Struggle Against it". He gives us a preview of the presentation.

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