Judy Rebick

Judy Rebick is the author of Transforming Power: From the Personal to the Political and was the founding publisher of rabble.ca. She also holds the CAW Sam Gindin Chair in Social Justice and Democracy.

Judy Rebick
Columnists
Jun 14, 2001

The Spirit of Quebec City Comes Home

Last June, The Ontario Coalition Against Poverty (OCAP) held a militant demonstration on the steps of the Ontario legislature. The demo turned violent. Now OCAP is bringing those confrontational tact
Columnists
May 8, 2001

Of Catapults and Teddy Bears

With the first volley of tear gas, a pink dragon flew over the police. One protester said that he thought he was hallucinating when he saw it.
Columnists
Apr 26, 2001

It Won't End in Quebec City

The rule of law broke down. A significant and important part of the population withdrew their consent to be governed. The state was reduced to what Karl Marx called its essence - an armed body of men
Columnists
Apr 13, 2001

Fuelling the Fire of Youth Rebellion

Those commentators who are concerned that the media focus is too much on police repression and not enough on the actual issues raised by the trade agreements should relax. Democracy is the issue and
Book Review
Feb 5, 2006
 A Troublemaker's Handbook 2: How to Fight Back Where You Work and Win!

How to make trouble

Judy Rebick
Edited by veteran union journalist Jane Slaughter, <I>A Troublemaker's Handbook</I> is a must-have for anyone trying to do progressive work in a union or a workplace. It is a well organized, up-to-d
Book Review
Sep 27, 2005
 Water, Inc.

Water, water, everywhere

Judy Rebick
And not a drop to drink. In Varda Burstyn's eco-thriller <I>Water, Inc.</I> an American corporate consortium figures out that the best way to corner the market on Canadian water is by convincing the

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