social justice

Podcast
Aug 26, 2014
Joshua Oppenheimer

Joshua Oppenheimer on 'The Act of Killing'

face2face
An interview with the man behind the Oscar-nominated film, "The Act of Killing," a documentary about the Indonesian killings of 1965–66, and the soon-to-be-released film, "The Look of Silence."
Photos
Jul 1, 2014
Photo: flickr/Dennis Jarvis

Have a radical Canada Day!

David Suzuki
Do you want a country that values tolerance, education, public health, nature, social programs and enlightened laws, or one geared to wholesale exploitation and sale of our natural resources?
Blog
Jun 24, 2014

Here's to a radical Canada Day!

David Suzuki
Do you want a country that values tolerance, education, public health, nature, social programs and enlightened laws, or one geared to wholesale exploitation and sale of our natural resources?
Blog
Jun 24, 2014

The End of the Beginning

Jon Milton
On the 13 of June, the anti-pipeline group Peoples for Mother Earth reached their final destination of Kanehsata:ke.
Podcast
Jun 23, 2014

Bryan Webber on Generosity

face2face
Bryan talks about volunteerism, the joy of giving and practicing generosity. He reminds us to think about our roles in the great disparity of the world and why we have to listen to our hearts.
Podcast
Apr 28, 2014

Episode 154: Labouring for change

rabble radio
May Day is coming and we celebrate by hearing about labour in Indonesia, and spoken word poem about justice in the U.S., plus an agricultural land reserve and community gardening in Ottawa.
Photos
Apr 22, 2014

Steve D'Arcy on militant protest

rabble staff
Author and activist Steve D'Arcy explains how social movements can use militant protest to strengthen democracy.
News
Mar 24, 2014

Goodbye my friend, Ali Mustafa

Lia Tarachansky
Lia Tarachansky says goodbye to her friend Ali Mustafa, a progressive Toronto photojournalist who was killed in Syria March 9.
News
Mar 10, 2014
Photo: flickr/vanish.hide

Remembering people's journalist Ali Mustafa

Justin Podur
Justin Podur remembers photojournalist Ali Mustafa as a person who always went there with a story and put himself with the people instead of above the people he was writing about.

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