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What in the world is the World Social Forum?

May 2, 2016
| Activists from around the world will be coming to Montreal from August 9-14, 2016. Hear ye, hear ye!
Length: 29:25 minutes (28.09 MB)
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The World Social Forum is coming to Montreal

April 13, 2016
| Sarah Sultani and Katia Stuart-Gagnon talk about bringing the World Social Forum to Montreal from August 9 to 14, 2016.
Length: 28:19 minutes (25.93 MB)
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'The Struggle for Democracy' offers framework for assessing democratic change

The Struggle for Democracy book jacket

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Finding the right moment to intertwine progressive movements

Photo: flickr/ UN Women

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We sometimes take for granted, just how easy it is for well-meaning people to work in silos.

But, by the same token, we must also appreciate that sometimes movements must take time to find their voice, to understand their motivations and to articulate their demands.

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Dayne Pratzky on coal seam gas mining, fracking and activism

March 30, 2016
| Listen in as Dayne talks about why he's called The Frackman, coal seam gas mining, why we all matter more than we know and how to be bold, brave and proud when becoming an activist.
Length: 40:13 minutes (27.63 MB)
Photo: Council of Canadians board member Moira Peters and packed audience listen
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Watch: Black Lives Matter Toronto sit in turns violent after police involvement

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Black Lives Matter supporters and allies peacefully gathered for a sit in at Toronto police headquarters to protest the Andrew Loku decision and repeated anti-Black racism conducted by the City.

The peaceful protest turned violent when Toronto police became involved.

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Trans people supporting each other and pushing for change in New Brunswick

March 16, 2016
| Reid Lodge and Mable Wheeler talk about the work of Fredericton Gender Minorities and TransAction NB.
Length: 28:43 minutes (26.3 MB)
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