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Podcast
Jul 6, 2017
Guatemalan streetscape - Victoria Fenner

The Long Journey Home

Rabbledocs
A documentary by Carlos Tello and Aurora Tejeida exploring one woman's experience of the Guatemalan Civil War many years after it was over.
Blog
Jun 29, 2017
 Image: Wikimedia Commons/Vancouver2

William Grant Stairs of Halifax helped conquer the Congo

Yves Engler
Canada's 150th anniversary offers a unique opportunity to shed light on some darker corners of Canadian history. One of the dustier chapters is our contribution to one of the most barbarous regimes
Blog
Jun 23, 2017
"Marea Blanca" protest against health privatization in Spain. Photo: Adolfo Lujan/flickr

The reversal of privatization and an urban coming of age

David A. McDonald
Privatization has been given ample chance to succeed and has come up short. Evidence is building that people are able to reclaim public services and usher in a new generation of public ownership.
Blog
Jun 14, 2017
"If the climate were a bank, it would be saved," protest sign from the Women's March. Image: Wikimedia Commons/Mark Dixon

Trump is a pariah in the face of climate crisis

David Suzuki
If there's a bright side to Trump's decision, it's that climate change has received more serious media coverage than ever before, and people around the world have agreed to increase their efforts.
Blog
Jun 12, 2017
Lego Wonder Women. Image: Flickr/minddesk​

Breaking down the boycott on Wonder Woman

Nada Elia
It is time to let actors know we will hold them accountable for normalizing anti-Palestinian violence, regardless of their nationality.

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