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rabble.ca's staff blog

This is [i]rabble.ca[/i]'s staff blog. Visit this blog regularly for updates about rabble, comments and observations from staff members, and occasional visits by board members and volunteers.

Blog - rabble.ca's staff blog December 12
Kim Elliott | Wow! We couldn't believe it when we crunched our numbers and saw that you had taken us well over the top, making just over our $50,000 fundraising goal!
Blog - rabble.ca's staff blog November 28
rabble staff | Readers have pitched in $40,000 of our $50,000 fundraiser goal this fall. In these final days of the campaign (three to go!) you can help us meet our goal -- and get some great reading material!
Blog - rabble.ca's staff blog November 21
rabble staff | We are less than two weeks away from our Nov. 30 deadline and we are getting close to our $50,000 goal.
Blog - rabble.ca's staff blog November 15
rabble staff | Thanks to our readers we're well on the way to our goal of $50,000 for our fundraiser and you have until November 30 to help make that happen.
Blog - rabble.ca's staff blog November 8
Kim Elliott | We've raised over $20,000 from readers so far! But we still need your help to take it even further and meet our goal of $50,000.
Blog - rabble.ca's staff blog October 31
rabble staff | Scare up some support for our campaign, and as a personal token of gratitude we're excited to offer you our gifts!
Blog - rabble.ca's staff blog October 31
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rabble staff | rabble's sixth annual labour beat internship offers unique opportunities to develop a grounding in reporting on national labour issues.
Blog - rabble.ca's staff blog October 30
rabble staff | rabble.ca is happy to announce that Brenda O'Farrell has joined the publication as Editor-in-Chief, completing rabble's female-powered editorial team.
Blog - rabble.ca's staff blog October 24
Brent Patterson | With your support, rabble can take it even further in the next year, providing a rich outlet for the work of social justice journalists.
Blog - rabble.ca's staff blog October 17
Judy Rebick | It's time to make rabble a sustainable organization for future generations. You have been part of that history, we hope you'll be part of the future.
Blog - rabble.ca's staff blog October 13
Sophia Reuss | As the Toronto election campaign heads into its final days, follow all of our coverage here.
Blog - rabble.ca's staff blog October 11
Pam Palmater | What we need in Canada is an independent media system that is tuned to the activism that fights for a more just, wise, and equal world. That's what rabble is.
Blog - rabble.ca's staff blog October 5
Sophia Reuss | It was a busy week. We wasted no time in distilling the good, the bad, and the ugly in NAFTA 2.0; analyzing the outcome of the Quebec elections; looking at the latest Trans Mountain Pipeline updates.
Blog - rabble.ca's staff blog October 5
Humberto DaSilva | Whatever your progressive news needs, you need only reach for your smartphone, and your daily news needs are met, at rabble.ca.
Blog - rabble.ca's staff blog September 27
Monia Mazigh | Constantly challenging mainstream stories or bringing new voices and angles for readers is hard work. But rabble.ca does it daily and reaches hundreds of thousands of readers.
Blog - rabble.ca's staff blog September 19
rabble staff | The heroes of the indie media movement are the many thousands of individual community members chipping in to build something different.
Blog - rabble.ca's staff blog September 14
Sophia Reuss | Doug Ford's use of the 'notwithstanding clause' to press forth with municipal gerrymandering, Rise for Climate actions across the globe, and next steps in the fight over the Trans Mountain pipeline.
Blog - rabble.ca's staff blog September 14
rabble staff | rabble.ca can grow and develop to be an even stronger journalist voice for social movements, an even better platform for national politics. How? You
Blog - rabble.ca's staff blog September 9
Image: Rise for Climate
Sophia Reuss | On September 8, hundreds of thousands of protestors in 95 countries rallied to demand a swift, just transition to 100 per cent renewable energy.
Blog - rabble.ca's staff blog September 7
Sophia Reuss | Trans Mountain Pipeline project reveals need for reckoning on Indigenous land rights, belated labour day reading, and NAFTA drama.
Blog - rabble.ca's staff blog September 7
rabble staff | rabble.ca is excited to announce its Amplify! event coverage services.
Blog - rabble.ca's staff blog September 4
rabble staff | While we can't have everyone over to show slides of our journey through 2017, we have our annual report up for your perusal.
Blog - rabble.ca's staff blog August 31
Sophia Reuss | A federal court overruled the government's approval of Kinder Morgan's Trans Mountain Pipeline, the U.S. prison strike spreads to Canada, and Doug Ford wages war on the poor.
Blog - rabble.ca's staff blog August 24
Sophia Reuss | Maxime Bernier splits from the CPC in a flurry of enraged tweets, the Jack Layton Journalism for Change Fellowship application is open, and an interview about workers co-operatives.
Blog - rabble.ca's staff blog August 22
rabble staff | We're announcing the second year of the Jack Layton Journalism for Change Fellowship, in partnership with the Institute for Change Leaders. Read on for more information on how to apply.
Blog - rabble.ca's staff blog August 17
Sophia Reuss | The majority of this week’s roundup revolves around the Trudeau government’s failure to deliver on many of its progressive promises -- and the hollowness of those promises in the first place.
Blog - rabble.ca's staff blog August 10
Image: Joe Brusky/Flickr
Sophia Reuss | We can't sit around waiting for Trudeau to change his tune on reconciliation and climate change. He's not interested in a politics of liberation, of real material change. His is a politics of fashion.
Blog - rabble.ca's staff blog July 27
Sophia Reuss | In the wake of the Danforth shooting and recent mass violence in Toronto, might Canadians do better to approach violence as an issue of public health, rather than public safety?
Blog - rabble.ca's staff blog July 27
Screen grab: Elin Ersson
Amy Goodman, Denis Moynihan | The Swedish government officials accompanying a refugee to Afghanistan tried to force Elin Ersson away from them. Turkish Airlines flight attendants tried to take her phone. But she persisted.
Blog - rabble.ca's staff blog July 20
Image: Amanda Graham/Flickr
Sophia Reuss | With the news that Greyhound Canada is pulling all intercity bus services from Western Canada, we ask: is transportation a human right?

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