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Image: Facebook/Sadiq Khan
World | No left turn for London's new mayor | May 19 2016 | Neil Faulkner | London's newly elected mayor Sadiq Khan might indicate a victory for multiculturalism and anti-racism, but he also represents New Labour's degraded neoliberalism.
Image: Wikimedia Commons
Anti-Racism | Komagata Maru yet another dark chapter in Canada's racist past | May 18 2016 | Rod Mickleburgh | At long last, a formal apology is being delivered in the House of Commons for Canada's racist behaviour in its shameful treatment of Sikh passengers aboard the Komagata Maru.
Anjali Nayar on Gun Runners, Storytelling and the Global South
Arts & Culture | World | Anjali Nayar on 'Gun Runners,' storytelling and the Global South | May 18 2016 | Face2Face | Anjali talks about the power of storytelling, her new film Gun Runners, friendship, the meditations of the marathon runner, the Global South and why we need to spend more time listening to others.
Photo: Randy von Liski/flickr
Arts & Culture | Media Matters | Technology | The Freewrite is not my type | May 18 2016 | Wayne MacPhail | A boxy little word processor called the Freewrite promises to allow writers a laser focus on the craft of writing. Is it $750 well spent?
Civil Liberties Watch | Wanted: One spy agency whistleblower | May 18 2016 | Scott Vrooman | And with this limited-time offer, I'll make it worth your while.
Photo: Stephen Day/flickr
Economy | Labour | Politics in Canada | New Zealand's Kiwibank delivers lessons for postal banking in Canada | May 18 2016 | Teuila Fuatai | Canada's postal system is under review, and creating a postal banking system is a major talking point. rabble labour reporter Teuila Fuatai looks at how postal banking has worked out in New Zealand.
Feminism | World | UN women's commission a daunting and enlightening experience | May 18 2016 | Marney Cuff | Reporting on my experience at the UN CSW60 has proven to be a most daunting, yet enlightening, experience.
Mike Ellis
Food & Health | Politics in Canada | What makes sense for pill presses in Alberta doesn't make sense for firearms: Discuss | May 18 2016 | David J. Climenhaga | Alberta's new pill-machine-control law, enthusiastically supported by conservatives of all stripes, goes farther than oft-reviled Canadian "gun grabbers" ever proposed. Explain.
Labour | The Urban Worker Project: A new organization for new forms of work | May 18 2016 | Scott Neigh | Former MP Andrew Cash talks about a new organization for contract, freelance and micro-self-employed workers.
Pierre Nkurunziza, President of Burundi.
Politics in Canada | World | Burundi threatens to become another Rwanda as world turns away | May 18 2016 | Gerry Caplan | So far, it seems that Justin Trudeau's government will ignore Burundi. But a proactive role by Canada on the plight of Burundi surely makes good sense as it tries to get back on the Security Council.
Photo by Lenee Son.
Anti-Racism | Political Action | Black Lives Matter-Vancouver: 'We all feel an urgent sense of justice. We want it now.' | May 17 2016 | Charlene Sayo | Cicely-Belle Blain shares Black Lives Matter-Vancouver's goals and visions, the history of slavery, and why women are at the forefront of social movements.
Image: Facebook/Sadiq Khan
Anti-Racism | World | London's new mayor isn't a 'moderate' Muslim. He's just an ordinary one. | May 17 2016 | Shenaz Kermalli | Sadiq Khan first entered the political scene in Britain as an elected MP for Tooting in East London in 2005 -- at the height of the so-called war against terror and global Islamophobia.
Anti-Racism | Indigenous Rights | WATCH: Amai Kuda in 'We Can Do It! (Dirty Money)' (ft. Y, M1 and Kinnie Starr) | May 17 2016 | Amai Kuda | Amai Kuda and Y Josephine team up with Indigenous singer/songwriter Kinnie Starr and hip-hop legend M1 from Dead Prez to create a "call to action" in support of the group Decolonize NOW!
Anti-Racism | Politics in Canada | Migrant justice coalition demands human rights-based reform of TFWP | May 17 2016 | Sophia Reuss | #StatusNow actions during Parliament's review of the TFWP will demand reforms that grant temporary foreign workers mobility, voice and equality.
Image: Flickr/bcgovphotos
Elections | Christy Clark's brutal economic record won't stop her from winning the next election | May 17 2016 | Rafe Mair | Clark and her government will tell B.C. that they have handled the economy brilliantly and that the province is prospering because of that. Rafe Mair says that's horseshit.