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Oct 10, 2012

Bored but not broken: A visit to the real world

Mandy Hiscocks
I had been asked to testify at a G20-related preliminary inquiry, the subpoena and the judge's order had been delivered to the jail, and I was prepared for a long, cold day in the court cells.
Blog
Feb 2, 2012

Bored but not broken: Liberation

Mandy Hiscocks
G20 political prisoner Mandy Hiscocks writes about the parole system in prison and why she won't be applying.
Blog
Jan 29, 2012

Bored but not broken: Ten days down, 314 to go

Mandy Hiscocks
It's Sunday, January 22, and this is my 10th day. So far things are going well, there haven't been any problems and I have no regrets about my decision to do this time.
News
Jan 30, 2011
Montreal protest in support of Egypt, Jan. 28, 2011. Photo: Sarah Ghabrial

Egypt: Days of Anger in the Age of Terror

Sarah Ghabrial
The significance of these Days of Rage is deep and shattering, and cannot be overstated. Egypt is in the 30th year of Hosni Mubarak’s dictatorship -- and the west must support the protesters' causes.
RabbleTV
Oct 15, 2010

This is what a demonstration looks like!

At Alex Hundert's bail hearing on October 12, the crown tried to impose harsher conditions, attempting to stop him from expressing his political opinions in public, or in the media.
Activist Toolkit

Cyber dissident

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Cyber Dissidents are citizen journalists or bloggers who are often imprisoned for their political views in states that censor
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Psiphon

Software
Psiphon is a piece of software that allows citizens in uncensored countries to provide full access to the internet to friends and family members who live behind firewalls of states that censor
Event

G20 to C-10: Repression, austerity, and the prison boom

Dec 11, 2011 to Dec 12, 2011
Raging Spoon
761 Queen St W
Toronto , ON
Canada
43° 38' 47.2668" N, 79° 24' 27.216" W
Ontario CA
A panel discussion including G20 defendants in support of the launch for the 20th issue of 4strugglemag and the 2012 Certain Days Calendar

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