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In Cahoots:

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on rabble.ca

Photo: June Chua
Arts & Culture | Food & Health | All-access yoga class gathers diverse people for unified practice | Aug 27 2014 | June Chua | This August, a group of yoga practitioners gathered in a downtown Toronto room, marking an auspicious event: an all-access yoga class in which everyone -- literally -- was welcome.
Image: Jared Rodriguez / t r u t h o u t; Adapted: DaylandS, bredgur
Economy | Education | There's a revolution transforming universities. But into what? | Aug 27 2014 | Simon Tremblay-Pepin | The Economist says there's a revolution underway in the university brought about by rising costs, transformations in the labour market and technological shifts. Haven't we heard this discourse before?
Education | Feminism | On holding student journalism accountable: The Western Gazette gaffe | Aug 27 2014 | Lucia Lorenzi | As part of their special FROSH-week edition, the undergraduate student newspaper at Western University, The Western Gazette, included a "satirical" article entitled "So you want to date your TA?"
Photo: flickr/PressedRat
Environment | Politics in Canada | Grrr. Wildlife falls prey to our insatiable need for natural resources | Aug 27 2014 | Cara McKenna | If oil spills in Canada who will protect the wildlife? Certainly not the government! The recent Mount Polley Mine breach illustrates that when utilizing natural resources, wildlife is just in the way.
Environment | ClimateFast returns to Parliament Hill this fall | Aug 27 2014 | John Bonnar | ClimateFast calls upon every politician to pledge to work to put an end to fossil fuel subsidies, to put a price on carbon, and to develop a renewable energy plan for Canada.
Environment | Unicyclist hopes to make climate crisis an election issue | Aug 27 2014 | John Bonnar | Joseph Boutilier continues his journey across Canada to raise awareness about the climate crisis and to make climate change an issue in the 2015 federal election.
Feminism | Politics in Canada | 'In all thy sons command’: If the words are not important, why do so many men oppose changing them? | Aug 27 2014 | Michael Laxer | Last week, Ceta Ramkhalawansingh put forward a motion to call on the federal government to change the national anthem to be inclusive of women -- why is the motion is being opposed by some.
Image: Daniel Zeevi/flickr
Media Matters | Political Action | Technology | Interactive graphics are the new kid in town | Aug 27 2014 | Wayne MacPhail | In the midst of a Big Data sea, tools that allow the visual display of quantitative information will be an asset to anyone who wants to crowdsource the discovery of the narratives in the numbers.
Political Action | A new model of multi-issue social justice organizing in Oshawa | Aug 27 2014 | Scott Neigh | Tiffany Balducci and Jim Freeman talk about We Are Oshawa, a new multi-issue, membership-based social justice organization in a small Ontario city.
Thomas Lukaszuk
Politics in Canada | Never mind those roaming charges, who leaked that Tory party membership list in 2011? | Aug 27 2014 | David J. Climenhaga | Ministers of the Crown are advised to do what the rest of us have resorted to while travelling outside the Dominion: leaving their Telus devices at home in the sock drawer.
Politics in Canada | Laying the path to defeat Harper in 2015 | Aug 27 2014 | Nora Loreto | What will emerge from the PSF and how should we defeat Harper in 2015?
Arts & Culture | Feminism | Emmys remind us that women are only 'compelling' when on display | Aug 26 2014 | Meghan Murphy | The Emmys have Sofia Vergara rotating on a platform. Like, you know, an object.
Joshua Oppenheimer
Arts & Culture | Civil Liberties Watch | Joshua Oppenheimer on 'The Act of Killing' | Aug 26 2014 | Face2Face | An interview with the man behind the Oscar-nominated film, "The Act of Killing," a documentary about the Indonesian killings of 1965–66, and the soon-to-be-released film, "The Look of Silence."
Civil Liberties Watch | Community crisis response teams could save lives | Aug 26 2014 | John Bonnar | Social justice activist Don Weitz believes community crisis response teams could mean the difference between life and death for those in emotional crisis.
Civil Liberties Watch | We're taking your online privacy concerns straight to the B.C. Legislature and we need to hear from you. | Aug 26 2014 | Eva Prkachin | OpenMedia's David Christopher has been invited to speak to MLAs at a key meeting of the BC Legislature’s Special Committee to review provincial privacy rules on Monday, September 8.