Journalism students from the University of Western Ontario cover the 2008 London Gulu Walk as part of their online media project, "NGOs and Social Media: Bumper Sticker or Bang for the Buck?"
Western University journalism students investigate peoples' experiences in online dating.
Members of a congressional panel interrogating AIG CEO Edward Liddy on Wednesday repeatedly asked that he release the names of executives who were on the good end of $165 million in bonus payments. Rep. Barney Frank (D-Mass.), chairman of the Financial Services Committee, requested the names and threatened to subpoena them.
Judy Rebick and Alan Sears respond to their March 1, 2009 article entitled, "Memo to Minister Kenney: Criticism of Israel is not anti-Semitism." The full article can be found here: http://www.rabble.ca/news/memo-minist...
Video shot and edited by: Steve D'Alimonte
On Oct. 23, rabble.ca celebrated its relaunch on Media Democracy Day in Toronto. At the evening party, this panel of prominent Canadians spoke about what's missing in the media.
What would you do with an extra $18,000 in your pocket?
That's the amount of extra cash each and every Burger King employee in America would have received last year if Goldman Sachs (one of the fast-food chain's largest owners) had shared its bailout billions with rank-and-file workers. Instead, Goldman Sachs squandered 6.5 billion of our taxpayer dollars on bonuses for their financial staff. These were some of the highest bonuses on Wall Street! Meanwhile, Burger King workers earn wages averaging just $14,000 a year -- well below the federal poverty line for a family of three.
@Internet for Everyone shows the difficulties the Foushee family has with their slow internet access.
InternetforEveryone.org is a national initiative of public interest, civic and industry groups that are working to bring the benefits of a fast, affordable and open Internet connection to everyone in the United States.
Who/what is anonymous?
This week's video for Who R U?, created by Emily Beers, Todd Devlin, John Paul Hogan, Chris Mitchell, and Frances Willick.