In 2006, a Stats Canada survey found that 38% of hate crimes were committed by youth between 12 and 17 years of age. This mini doc explores one particular incident in Vancouver, and raises the question, what can be done? Watch the video, then join the discussion on babble.
GRITtv's Laura Flanders looks into whether how the elections in Afghanistan went and if they can be considered legitimate.
The war in Afghanistan is increasing the likelihood that American civilians will be killed in a future terrorist attack.
Part 6 of Rethink Afghanistan, Security, brings you three former high-ranking CIA agents to explain why.
There is no "victory" to be won in Afghanistan. It is the most important video about U.S. Security today.
Malalai Joya became Afghanistan's youngest Member of Parliament when she was elected aged just 27 to the 249-seat National Assembly in September 2005. She has been suspended since 2007 on charges of insulting the parliament.
Joya was in the UK last month to promote her new book, but also to deliver a message to Britain: "We do not accept foreign occupation -- three times a British government have occupied my country faced with the opposition of my people."
"Foreign governments are wasting their money and their blood in Afghanistan by supporting Karzai. After this election, the result will be the same donkey, only with a new saddle."
Ian Capstick interviews Don Tapscott author of Grown Up Digital.
Political satire re-invented. Lalo 'motor mouth' Espejo and Patrick 'patrick' Pennefather present their commentary on Canadian Health Care to counter Republican darling, Shona Holmes. Expect verbosity, improvised songs and a tornado of ascerbic wit in one of a series of jazz monologues. More at www.thelaloblog.com
The income gap between the rich and the rest of us grew, in good times and in bad. Learn more about it with this video.
On July 29 in Toronto's dimly lit Lula Lounge, Canadian Journalists for Free Expression hosted a fundraiser to support the children of "Pikin News", a youth-run national newspaper in Sierra Leone. The paper, run by kids aged 12 to 17, provides the post-civil war generation of Sierra Leone an outlet to express their thoughts and feelings regarding the world around them.
A video put together by SaveOurNet.ca's Matt Thompson that explains Net Neutrality and other important Internet issues in simple and understandable terms.
Richard Power, a CUPE 79 strike leader at the Bermondsey picket line, shares his feelings on Mayor Miller and the City of Toronto strike.
Tentative agreements have been reached between CUPE 416 and 79 and the City of Toronto. Ratification votes were scheduled to be held today.