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Orlando mass shooting fueled by anti-gay bigotry, unbridled masculinity and misogyny

June 14, 2016
| In this episode, Meghan Murphy speaks with lesbian feminist journalist, Julie Bindel, about the mass shooting in Orlando and why anti-gay bigotry still exists today.
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| March 22, 2016

Fighting hate speech in Canada: Private-public presence blurs lines

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Last month, blogger Daryush Valizadeh, better known by his online moniker Roosh V, cancelled his Return of Kings rallies planned across the globe, ironically due to safety concerns.

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In most history of the left, 52 per cent of the population tends to disappear. Until fairly recently, for example, the U.S. civil rights movement histories were completely male-dominated, though that neglect is slowly being reclaimed as activists like Diane Nash, Ella Baker, Amelia Boynton, and Fannie Lou Hamer, among many others, become long-overdue subjects of studies on the era.

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