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Mar 8, 2018
Yolanda Becerra Vega of the Organización Femenina Popular (OFP) in Colombia, KAIROS Women of Courage partner.

Be a feminist every day of the year

Rachel Warden
This year we are happy that it is finally acceptable (and even trendy) to be a feminist, but we urge Canadians and the Canadian government to fully embrace the challenge.
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Feb 13, 2018
Ahed Tamimi: Image: Haim Schwarczenberg/Wikimedia Commons

Old blue eyes and new blue eyes

Larry Haiven
Discussion of continuity of racist stereotypes applied in different eras to Jews and Palestinians.
Photos
Feb 8, 2018

Peace for Korea

Ann Wright
As the Seoul Winter Olympics opens, a peace conference calls for suspension of military exercises after the Games, and lifting of sanctions and talks with North Korea.
News
Feb 8, 2018

What Games are they playing?

Ann Wright
As the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics opens, a peace conference calls for suspension of military exercises after the Games, and lifting of sanctions and talks with North Korea.
Photos
Feb 1, 2018
Female combatants from the Syriac Military Council (MFS) in one of their bases in Jazeera Region of Rojava, northern Syria. Photo: Delil Souleiman/Syriac Military Council

The Rojava revolution

Fouad Oveisy
A look at the egalitarian and ecofeminist Rojava revolution in the Kurdish north of Syria.
News
Jan 25, 2018
 More details Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau of Canada, Jimmy Carter, Margaret Trudeau and Rosalynn Carter at State Visit arrival. Photo: U.S. National Archives and Records Administration

Looking forward by looking back -- 1978

Karl Nerenberg
Pierre Trudeau had been in power for 10 years. Nigeria moved toward a (brief) return to democracy. And René Lévesque prepared the ground for 1980's referendum on Quebec independence.

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