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Voices of Experience: Diversity and leadership | May 4 2016 | Victoria Fenner | Voices of Experience is a panel put together by Ryerson University's Equity, Diversity and Accessibility Office, Career Centre and Student Life organization.
What in the world is the World Social Forum? | May 2 2016 | Victoria Fenner | Activists from around the world will be coming to Montreal from August 9-14, 2016. Hear ye, hear ye!
CauseSquare, more than a fundraising tool | May 1 2016 | Read Maher Arar`s letter about what his new tool means for us
Fashion Revolutionist - April 2016, Parkhurst, Lacoste, Hue
Dress as a fashion revolutionary | Apr 23 2016 | Kelly Okamura | Flourishing fashion attire for the red carpet.
Syrian refugees: A progress report | Apr 19 2016 | Maya Bhullar | An interview with Maisie Lo, Director of Immigration Services at WoodGreen Community Services in Toronto.
Purchasing Mis-Trust, and Know how to Make Fashion Flourishing | Apr 18 2016 | Kelly Okamura | Recap of Flourishing Fashion's Design with Dialogue's Inquiry on Trust in Multi-staker complex systems
WorldSocialForum
Montreal is hosting the 2016 World Social Forum | Apr 3 2016 | The organizers are hosting community meetings, volunteer training and more. Get involved to make this event spectacular!
Everyday armour for change-making impact
Life isn't fair. So what -- keep going. | Mar 26 2016 | Kelly Okamura | Easter message of good goods.
Sass Brown
Interview: EcoFashion talk's Sass Brown | Mar 4 2016 | Kelly Okamura | Sass Brown of EcoFashionTalk: "Flourishing fashion" and new consumption alternatives expressed through clothing.
Three Weeks of Hunger: A Modest, Urgent Appeal to Freedom | Mar 1 2016 | Professor Roland Chrisjohn (Oneida), the sole tenured professor at the Department of Native Studies at St. Thomas University, in Fredericton, NB, been on a fast of protest for over three weeks now.
Three Weeks of Hunger: An Urgent Appeal to Freedom | Mar 1 2016 | Professor Roland Chrisjohn (Oneida), the sole tenured professor at the Department of Native Studies at St. Thomas University, in Fredericton, NB, been on a fast of protest for over three weeks now.
Sounding change: rabble radio February 2016 | Feb 29 2016 | Victoria Fenner | We go to Podcamp Toronto 2016 and hear about diversity in radio... or more accurately, the lack of it. And how you can do your own podcast because everybody has a story that can change the world.

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Spell Check in Babble Post (it is possible) mark_alfred said... Hello.  For anyone who sometimes makes typos and would like to be able to review a post...
Please share some ideas with me for convention resolutions for my NDP riding association mark_alfred said... Hello fellow Babblers.  My riding association is having a meeting in a little over a week....
Why is Rabble now sidelining Babblers in its comments section? mark_alfred said... It used to be that comments on articles in Rabble came exclusively from signed in Babblers. ...
Proportional Representation: time to take action now with the new Liberal government mark_alfred said... The Liberal Party has promised that 2015 will be the last First Past The Post election. They've...
Let's save the lives of Ontario's birds mark_alfred said... Ontario Environmental watchdog blames bird deaths on the province:  http://www.metronews.ca/...
Utopia thread mark_alfred said... Well, may as well add my utopian vision here.  So, some policies I'd like to see any...
Stuff the Trudeau Liberal government should do mark_alfred said... They should bring back the public financing of political parties.  I want my vote to count for...

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