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Jan 7, 2003

Porto Alegre, Canada?

Angie Gallop
Many of us in Canada are inspired by the spirit of Brazilian participatory democracy. But we generally know few details. At the upcoming World Social Forum in Porto Alegre, activists and organization
Dec 18, 2002

Fighting the Deportations

Justin Podur
Algeria has been wracked by civil war since 1989. In 1997, because of the dangers of the conflict, Canada issued a moratorium on deportation from Canada to Algeria: no one, regardless of their immigr
Dec 11, 2002

Close Your Eyes Norman Rockwell

Daron Letts
After serving four years as an Airborne Ranger forUncle Sam, culture jammer Micah Wright has turned his satirical sights on his former employer. Norman Rockwell’s America is turned inside out in
Nov 25, 2002

Told Another Way

Daron Letts
The other ‘Burnt Church’ story. Tucked against the forested shore of Miramichi Bay, Esgenoopetitj First Nation (a.k.a. Burnt Church) is a community ofapproximately 1,500 people (and almost
Nov 21, 2002

Time for an Apology

Daron Letts
As Canadian politicians denounce U.S. racial profiling at border crossings, the son of a Chinese head tax payer insists it’s time for Canada to acknowledge its own racist history. Yew Lee and hi
Nov 17, 2002

They Cannot Cancel Us

Erin George
A <i>rabble interview</i>.<br>&#147;Our solution is to stop the sanctions and let us lead a normal life, and we will change the situation in Iraq, &#148; says Yanar Mohammed, a member of the Committe
Oct 25, 2002

Incorrigible Indeed

Leisha Grebinski
OK, so it <i>was</i> 1939. But the story is still shocking: Eighteen-years-old and pregnant, Velma Demerson was arrested for living with her Chinese-Canadian boyfriend to whom she was engaged. She wa
Oct 24, 2002

Secrets and Spies

Joshua Knelman
Long-time investigative reporter Andrew Mitrovica launched a new book yesterday that threatens to shake up Canada&#146;s not-so-secret Secret Service. In it, Mitrovica names names and exposes corrupt
Oct 4, 2002

Everyone's Invited To This Party

rabble staff
And it&#146;s going to be big. When Brazil votes in Luiz &#147;Lula&#148; da Silva, the left-leaning candidate of the Workers Party, as its new president later this month, with his victory will come
Sep 30, 2002

Seen But Not Heard

Meera Karunananthan
A <i>rabble interview</i> with Ghanaian feminist, journalist and academic Audrey Gadzekpo. Gadzekpo is critical of Western media&#146;s portrayal of Africa and Africans &#151; women especially. &#14


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