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Photo: video still Gazonto, John Greyson
Gaza | Political Action | World | Gazonto, a short film from John Greyson | Aug 25 2014 | John Greyson | John Greyson reimagines Israel's massive bombardment of the Gaza Strip as if it were an attack on Toronto. Watch.
Chrystia Freeland
Politics in Canada | Why Edmonton Strathcona electors should vote NDP, as (not exactly) explained by Liberal MP Chrystia Freeland | Aug 25 2014 | David J. Climenhaga | If the Liberals do well in Edmonton-Strathcona in 2016, the Conservatives will win in the riding. Unfortunately, it's that simple.
Image: Flickr/Kempton
Politics in Canada | Ten reasons politicians are not cans of spork (Or, why Jim Prentice's 'term limited' idea is terrible) | Aug 25 2014 | Susan Wright | Of all of the things that PC party leadership candidate Jim Prentice could have done to restore Albertans' trust in government, imposing term limits on provincial MLAs was not one of them.
Feminism | Mystery story: Why do you think so many women equate porn with 'harassment'? | Aug 24 2014 | Meghan Murphy | A firefighter named Candice Buckner is suing the city of Jacksonville, saying she had been subjected to a hostile work environment due to the presence and volume of pornographic materials.
Food & Health | Gaza | World | Dr. Izzeldin Abuelaish on Israel, Palestine and forgiveness | Aug 24 2014 | Face2Face | Join in as this Nobel Peace Prize nominee talks about a "freedom for all," how violence crosses all borders, why we shouldn't treat just symptoms and why there is no such thing as a stupid student.
Indigenous Rights | Under the Weather – Land is Life panel in Montreal | Aug 24 2014 | Krystalline Kraus | The final edition of Under The Weather: Climate Change Research and Justice
Dinah Ceplis & Zack Gross
Political Action | Twelve Canadians: Zack and Dinah | Aug 24 2014 | Dave Kattenburg | Who exactly coined the phrase "think globally, act locally" is a matter of dispute. Dinah Ceplis and Zack Gross certainly exemplify the philosophy in action. Listen to them chat.
Alison Redford
Politics in Canada | Just when things were looking up for foundering PCs, Alison Redford showed up again | Aug 24 2014 | David J. Climenhaga | Alberta-wide, according to a July poll, the Wildrose Party enjoys a commanding lead in every demographic category. Which leader the PCs choose doesn't seem to make much difference.
World | Supporting ‘terror tourism’ to Israel gets Canadian tax credits | Aug 24 2014 | Yves Engler | Our government does nothing to hundreds of other Canadians who join a foreign military force to terrorize millions of people daily.
Arts & Culture | Feminism | LGBTIQ | Disability justice performance project Sins Invalid | Aug 23 2014 | The F Word | The F Word speaks to Patricia Berne, member of the disability justice performance project, Sins Invalid, about the connections between disability justice, Israeli occupation and pinkwashing.
CommonCauses | Indigenous Rights | Politics in Canada | Peoples' Social Forum: Day three | Aug 23 2014 | Lois Ross, Victoria Fenner | An excerpt from a talk by Ellen Gabriel, conversations with delegates and soundscapes from the powwow on Sparks Street.
Feminism | Kitchen Table Topic: What brought us to feminism | Aug 23 2014 | The F Word | This week, for our first kitchen table topic, the F Word Collective talks about what brought us to feminism.
Photo: Meghan Murphy
Arts & Culture | Left in Love: Can Selina and Cass create a united front despite political differences? | Aug 22 2014 | Left in Love | They may vote for different mayors, but can municipal gossip unite Cass and Selina? Find out in this month's radical love match, as Left in Love delves into civic politics!
Photo: Mohammad Jangda/flickr
Arts & Culture | Politics in Canada | The perils and politics of acting human for public figures | Aug 22 2014 | Rick Salutin | What's the real problem with being yourself or "human" as a public figure? Nothing fails like trying to look human or show your human side: it's inhuman to attempt to prove you're human.
Photo: European Court of Human Rights. Credit: marcella bona/flickr
Civil Liberties Watch | Indigenous Rights | Politics in Canada | Poland in the torture hot seat: Is Canada next? | Aug 22 2014 | Matthew Behrens | A little-noticed European Court of Human Rights decision regarding Polish complicity in torture may well have ripple effects on this side of the Atlantic and, hopefully, produce some accountability.