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Oats for Breakfast

Oats for Breakfast

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Oats for Breakfast
Oats for Breakfast

Oats for Breakfast

Oats for Breakfast

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Oats for Breakfast is an eco-socialist organization based in Toronto. We make political food for thought for all the world to consume. Mmmm!

Latest Episodes

Sneak peek: Patreon-exclusive segment with Justin Podur

We continue the discussion we were having with Justin Podur, author of 'Siegebreakers'. In this segment, we chat about what the process of writing the novel was like, class divisions among Palestinians, and whether leftist fiction-writing can make a comeback. Become a patron of the podcast to get full access: https://www.patreon.com/oatsforbreakfast

15 MIN2 d ago
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Sneak peek: Patreon-exclusive segment with Justin Podur

Episode 33: 'Siegebreakers: A Novel' w/ Justin Podur

A novel that seamlessly combines thrilling action sequences, political intrigue, and moving character development, 'Siegebreakers' imagines what it might take to break the Gaza siege. Oats interviews the author, Justin Podur, about why he decided to write the novel, how he went about framing the story he wanted to tell, as well as about the real-life situation and dynamics currently being faced by the people of Gaza.

40 MIN1 w ago
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Episode 33: 'Siegebreakers: A Novel' w/ Justin Podur

Episode 32: Post-election roundup w/ Martin Lukacs

Oats catches up with Martin Lukacs, author of 'The Trudeau Formula,' to chat about the political landscape in post-election Canada.

46 MIN2 w ago
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Episode 32: Post-election roundup w/ Martin Lukacs

Sneak peek: Patreon-exclusive segment w/ Monica Mason and Mayuran Sivalinghem

Oats continues chatting with Monica Mason and Mayuran Sivalinghem. This time the discussion goes into the role rich countries should play in assisting the Global South deal with climate change. We then get into chatting about how the internet and social media can be used to promote Left politics. You'll need to become a patron of the podcast to get full access to this segment: https://www.patreon.com/oatsforbreakfast

14 MIN3 w ago
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Sneak peek: Patreon-exclusive segment w/ Monica Mason and Mayuran Sivalinghem

Episode 31: The Climate Strike in Toronto w/ Monica Mason and Mayuran Sivalinghem

Oats chats with Monica Mason and Mayuran Sivalinghem, both members of Climate Justice Toronto—CJTO helped organize (along with a number of other groups) the climate strike that took place in Toronto on September 27. We talk about how the climate strike went, about Greta Thunberg, while also working through some disagreement about whether the environment should be seen as a "political" issue.

30 MINOCT 15
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Episode 31: The Climate Strike in Toronto w/ Monica Mason and Mayuran Sivalinghem

Episode 30: The Trudeau Formula w/ Martin Lukacs

Oats interviews Martin Lukacs about his recent book, The Trudeau Formula: Seduction and Betrayal in an Age of Discontent. The discussion goes over the unrivalled capacity of Canada's Liberal Party to maintain hegemony, the way in which Trudeau was able to pose as a progressive while catering to the needs of Canadian elites, as well as the recent blackface revelations. Order a copy of Martin's book here: http://www.trudeauformula.com/

39 MINOCT 8
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Episode 30: The Trudeau Formula w/ Martin Lukacs

Sneak Peek: Patreon-exclusive segment on UAW strike w/ Sam Gindin

Oats for Breakfast continues the discussion with Sam Gindin about the ongoing United Auto Workers-GM strike in the US. This time around we broaden the discussion to include trade policy, the role of the state in industrial disputes, and about the fate of GM's vehicle assembly plant in Oshawa, Ontario. Become a patron of the podcast to get full access to this segment: https://www.patreon.com/oatsforbreakfast

15 MINOCT 1
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Sneak Peek: Patreon-exclusive segment on UAW strike w/ Sam Gindin

Episode 29: The United Auto Workers Strike w/ Sam Gindin

Oats for Breakfast interviews Sam Gindin about the United Auto Workers-GM strike, which involves 49,000 workers. We talk about what's at stake for the strikers, the corruption charges that are being brought against the UAW's leadership, and about the kind of approach unions will have to take if they really hope to build working class power.

34 MINSEP 27
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Episode 29: The United Auto Workers Strike w/ Sam Gindin

Episode 28: Oats for Breakfast highlights

This episode features highlights from content that we've published over the course of the last year—including excerpts from our interview with Adolph Reed, our first attempt at engaging in cultural critique, and our discussion about the Zizek-Peterson debate.

30 MINSEP 20
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Episode 28: Oats for Breakfast highlights

Episode 27: Should GM Oshawa be publicly owned? w/ Tony Leah and Rebecca Keetch

The Oats podcast interviews Tony Leah and Rebecca Keetch about GM's decision to wind down vehicle assembly at its facility in Oshawa, Ontario. Tony and Rebecca work at GM Oshawa. They are also both members of Green Jobs Oshawa, an initiative calling for GM's facility to come under public ownership and be directed towards producing electric vehicles. Learn more about Green Jobs Oshawa here: http://www.greenjobsoshawa.ca/

45 MINSEP 13
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Episode 27: Should GM Oshawa be publicly owned? w/ Tony Leah and Rebecca Keetch

Latest Episodes

Sneak peek: Patreon-exclusive segment with Justin Podur

We continue the discussion we were having with Justin Podur, author of 'Siegebreakers'. In this segment, we chat about what the process of writing the novel was like, class divisions among Palestinians, and whether leftist fiction-writing can make a comeback. Become a patron of the podcast to get full access: https://www.patreon.com/oatsforbreakfast

15 MIN2 d ago
Comments
Sneak peek: Patreon-exclusive segment with Justin Podur

Episode 33: 'Siegebreakers: A Novel' w/ Justin Podur

A novel that seamlessly combines thrilling action sequences, political intrigue, and moving character development, 'Siegebreakers' imagines what it might take to break the Gaza siege. Oats interviews the author, Justin Podur, about why he decided to write the novel, how he went about framing the story he wanted to tell, as well as about the real-life situation and dynamics currently being faced by the people of Gaza.

40 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Episode 33: 'Siegebreakers: A Novel' w/ Justin Podur

Episode 32: Post-election roundup w/ Martin Lukacs

Oats catches up with Martin Lukacs, author of 'The Trudeau Formula,' to chat about the political landscape in post-election Canada.

46 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Episode 32: Post-election roundup w/ Martin Lukacs

Sneak peek: Patreon-exclusive segment w/ Monica Mason and Mayuran Sivalinghem

Oats continues chatting with Monica Mason and Mayuran Sivalinghem. This time the discussion goes into the role rich countries should play in assisting the Global South deal with climate change. We then get into chatting about how the internet and social media can be used to promote Left politics. You'll need to become a patron of the podcast to get full access to this segment: https://www.patreon.com/oatsforbreakfast

14 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Sneak peek: Patreon-exclusive segment w/ Monica Mason and Mayuran Sivalinghem

Episode 31: The Climate Strike in Toronto w/ Monica Mason and Mayuran Sivalinghem

Oats chats with Monica Mason and Mayuran Sivalinghem, both members of Climate Justice Toronto—CJTO helped organize (along with a number of other groups) the climate strike that took place in Toronto on September 27. We talk about how the climate strike went, about Greta Thunberg, while also working through some disagreement about whether the environment should be seen as a "political" issue.

30 MINOCT 15
Comments
Episode 31: The Climate Strike in Toronto w/ Monica Mason and Mayuran Sivalinghem

Episode 30: The Trudeau Formula w/ Martin Lukacs

Oats interviews Martin Lukacs about his recent book, The Trudeau Formula: Seduction and Betrayal in an Age of Discontent. The discussion goes over the unrivalled capacity of Canada's Liberal Party to maintain hegemony, the way in which Trudeau was able to pose as a progressive while catering to the needs of Canadian elites, as well as the recent blackface revelations. Order a copy of Martin's book here: http://www.trudeauformula.com/

39 MINOCT 8
Comments
Episode 30: The Trudeau Formula w/ Martin Lukacs

Sneak Peek: Patreon-exclusive segment on UAW strike w/ Sam Gindin

Oats for Breakfast continues the discussion with Sam Gindin about the ongoing United Auto Workers-GM strike in the US. This time around we broaden the discussion to include trade policy, the role of the state in industrial disputes, and about the fate of GM's vehicle assembly plant in Oshawa, Ontario. Become a patron of the podcast to get full access to this segment: https://www.patreon.com/oatsforbreakfast

15 MINOCT 1
Comments
Sneak Peek: Patreon-exclusive segment on UAW strike w/ Sam Gindin

Episode 29: The United Auto Workers Strike w/ Sam Gindin

Oats for Breakfast interviews Sam Gindin about the United Auto Workers-GM strike, which involves 49,000 workers. We talk about what's at stake for the strikers, the corruption charges that are being brought against the UAW's leadership, and about the kind of approach unions will have to take if they really hope to build working class power.

34 MINSEP 27
Comments
Episode 29: The United Auto Workers Strike w/ Sam Gindin

Episode 28: Oats for Breakfast highlights

This episode features highlights from content that we've published over the course of the last year—including excerpts from our interview with Adolph Reed, our first attempt at engaging in cultural critique, and our discussion about the Zizek-Peterson debate.

30 MINSEP 20
Comments
Episode 28: Oats for Breakfast highlights

Episode 27: Should GM Oshawa be publicly owned? w/ Tony Leah and Rebecca Keetch

The Oats podcast interviews Tony Leah and Rebecca Keetch about GM's decision to wind down vehicle assembly at its facility in Oshawa, Ontario. Tony and Rebecca work at GM Oshawa. They are also both members of Green Jobs Oshawa, an initiative calling for GM's facility to come under public ownership and be directed towards producing electric vehicles. Learn more about Green Jobs Oshawa here: http://www.greenjobsoshawa.ca/

45 MINSEP 13
Comments
Episode 27: Should GM Oshawa be publicly owned? w/ Tony Leah and Rebecca Keetch
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