rabble.ca's Amira Elghawaby interviewed Glenn Greenwald before his address in Ottawa on October 25th.
Videographer: Jase Tanner for rabble.ca.
Watch rabble.ca's rebroadcast of our livestream of Greenwald's Ottawa talk here, and find out why this video went viral.
At a talk held in Ottawa October 25th, Glenn Greenwald responds to audience member, Jennifer Dales' question about privacy and love. Video by Jase Tanner for rabble.ca.
Read Jennifer's rabble.ca article about Edward Snowden, love and privacy here.
Watch the rebroadcast of our livestream of Greenewald's talk here, and find out why this video went viral.
Ellen Gabriel was chosen by the People of the longhouse and her community of Kanehsatà:ke to be their spokesperson during the 1990 “Oka” Crisis. For the past 22 years she has been a human rights advocate for the collective and individual rights of Indigenous peoples and has worked diligently to sensitize the public, academics, policing authorities and politicians on the history, culture and identity of Indigenous peoples
Ellen Gabriel spoke at the People's Social Forum, held in Ottawa August 21-24.
Canada Post has announced a plan to radically restructure the post office. It includes ending door-to-door delivery in urban areas, reducing service to rural areas, privatizing postal outlets and massive attacks against its employees. CUPW has a better plan for Canada Post: a plan that can secure the future of the crown corporation without cutting the services.
This panel was presented at the Peoples Social Forum in Ottawa on August 22, 2014. Speakers included Alain Robitaille, Zaimene Carter, Chellae Rehbein
Watch the rebroadcast of this live event.
Grand Chief Derek Nepinak, Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs spoke at the Peoples Social Forum on August 22, in Ottawa.
Niibin Makwa (Summer Bear) spent his early childhood in Pine Creek First nation, observing his great grandparents living the ways of his people. As grand Chief, he has boycotted meetings with federal officials, demanded the recognition of inherent Indigenous rights, and gone on motorcycle tours across the prairies to raise awareness of treaty rights and responsibilities
The Peoples Social Forum was held in Ottawa August 21-24, 2014. The following includes reports from the 17+ movement assemblies that took place over the week-end.
Social movement leaders Clayton Thomas Muller, Brigette DePape and Harsha Walia came together to discuss how to bridge our movements.
Harsha is a social justice activist, journalist, and co-founder of the Vancouver chapter of no One Is Illegal and author of the book “Undoing Border Imperialism”. Her work has appeared in over 50 publications.
Clayton is from mathias Colomb Cree nation in northern manitoba. He works tirelessly as an activist, writer, public spea-ker, facilitator for Indigenous self-deter-mination and environmental justice. He is the co-director of the Indigenous Tar Sands Campaign of the Polaris Institute.
Watch: 'History is knocking at your door: will you answer?' Naomi Klein at the Peoples Social Forum.
Naomi Klein was the opening keynote speaker at the Peoples' Social Forum last August. Introduced by Gabriel Nadeau Dubois, Naomi Klein is an award-winning journalist, syndicated columnist and author and one of the most influential voices on our political and cultural environment, nationally and globally.
Her new book, This Changes Everything: Capitalism vs. The Climate was released in September 2014.
Note: this is the unedited rebroadcast of Naomi Klein's speech.
Watch Gabriel Nadeau Dubois and Ana Nicole introduce Naomi Klein here.
Viola Thomas (Anemki Wedom) spoke on reconciliation at the Peoples Social Forum in August.
Viola Thomas is a residential school survivor and sat on the national Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada.
This is the rebroadcast of that live event.