Recent student protests from South Africa to Quebec to Missouri should not be treated as childish indiscretions by smug adults, argues Rick Salutin.
A response to 'What are universities for' editorial from the National Post.
Exxon's CEO takes a big step, Christopher Majka writes to Stephen Harper, and more.
David P. Ball
Vancouver police arrested seven more Quebec solidarity protesters last night, with reports of sexual harassment and beatings that sent one to hospital, the Left Coast Post reports.
Why the Quebec student strike has become more than a struggle against tuition hikes.
Quebec police arrest and handcuff Quebec solidaire MNA Amir Khadir during a protest declared illegal under Loi 78
With over 200 000 citizen and student protesters in the streets of Montreal daily, it was time for my first ever video blog to report "why?".
We cannot stand by while governments continue to violate our basic rights in the name of austerity and funding cuts that only fuel the growing gap between rich and poor.
This video is compilation of police violence against student protesters in Quebec, accompanied by "Which side are you on?" music.
Three students discuss the role of direct democracy and political demands in building a massive movement. More news stories at http://therealnews.com