rabble.ca has partnered with the Peoples Social Forum, with the support of the PSAC and CUPW, to bring you the #PSF2014 live from the Peoples' Square including Naomi Klein's address. Tune in here or below starting at noon EST.
rabble.ca and 99%Média have also partnered to bring you coverage of a selection of workshops. See the schedule here.
Live from the People's Square on rabble.ca! Starting Thursday, August 21
Starting at 1PM: Naomi Klein
Naomi is an award-winning journalist, syndicated columnist at the New York Times and author of the #1 international bestseller, The Shock Doctrine: The Rise of Disaster Capitalism. She is also on the board of 350.org, a global grassroots movement to solve the climate crisis.
4PM Live Coverage from Parliament Hill as rally arrives
4:30 PM Speeches by Hassan Yussuf, President of the Canadian Labour Council, Harsha Walia, Gabriel Nadeau Dubois and Algonquin Grandmothers!
On Friday, we'll be streaming LIVE all day from the Peoples' Square, starting at 9AM. See schedule here: PSF2014 Program.
On Friday at 1PM we'll be streaming the Canadian Union of Postal Workers panel: We have a better plan for Canada Post. Tune in below.
On Saturday rabbletv will stream the Indigenous Solidarity Assembly opening at 9AM. And the Democracy Assembly at 4PM.
Live coverage all week-end! rabble.ca has partnered with 99%Média to bring you shared live coverage of many workshops throughout the week-end. In addition to rabble's coverage above, see 99%Média's schedule here. Watch live here or below on Ustream!
Broadcast live streaming video on Ustream
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