Host Jared Ball gets activist Dominique Stevenson's eye-witness account on the events that's precipitated Monday's #Baltimoreuprising.
As is always the case when the disenfranchised, marginalized and racialized rise up in anger, Monday's uprising in Baltimore is being portrayed in terms we have come to expect.
Mailman Doug Hughes piloted a gyrocopter and landed on the west lawn of the U.S Capitol to deliver letters about the corrupting influence of money in politics.
Even as Canada enters the next stage of its two front wars, it would be good to pause and apologize for the unspeakable grief we have caused to the people of Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia.
George Lakoff spoke in Toronto on April 18. His talk shone light on how progressives can step up our game.
Needs No Introduction
George Lakoff is a cognitive linguist who says that to win the next election, progressives need to frame their ideas differently. In this lecture he talks about how.
For the first time in more than half a century, the presidents of the U.S. and Cuba have had a formal meeting. Barack Obama met with Cuban President Raúl Castro at the 7th Summit of the Americas.
With an upcoming election, George Lakoff's wisdom on political framing has never been more relevant for progressives in Canada. Read this excerpt.
On April 15, campaigners across Canada will join a worldwide Day of Action for $15 minimum wage.
At a time when the Canadian landscape is dominated by trends of growing inequality, George Lakoff discusses political framing, progressive values and the divide in progressive politics.