Welcome to the Lynn Williams Activist Toolkit, an exciting new project of rabble.ca currently in Beta. The Toolkit is a wiki-style section of the rabble site devoted to content collaboration. It contains a growing number of encyclopedic resources that you can write. The Toolkit is named after activist, organizer, and labour leader, Lynn Williams, whose commitment to social justice has inpired generations of United Steeworker activists. Read more about Lynn Williams here. Participate in the Toolkit! See our User Guide, and please check out the toolkit blog and podcast.
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A resource guide that goes over what to include in a dismantling racism workshop
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A video series about promoting your union and reaching non-union workers
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The Ashley treatment is an example of ableism and the infringement of rights for people with disabilities
Guides
An activist's guide to squatting in spaces forgotten by capitalism
On This Day
Human rights are still being violated as Gitmo faces its tenth anniversary
Software
The history and how to use creative commons
Software
A guide to online alternatives and Internet security for non-tech-savvy activists.
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Violence can happen, even in activist circles. Learn how to support a survivor.
Guides
A guide for sex worker activists and their allies to create a safer stroll
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This workshop teaches the important impact of fair trade coffee
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This workshop trains everyday activists to be legal observers
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This workshop covers finding legal aid for activists.
Guides
This guide covers how activists can use the media to their advantage.
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This guide will tell you how to safely go on a hunger strike
rabblepedia
Many bills in Canada have banned the niqab before the recent changes to the citizenship oath
On This Day
International Migrants Day sheds light on the human rights abuses of migrant workers, displaced people and refugees
rabblepedia
Cinema Politica brings free documentary screenings to a campus or a community near you
rabblepedia
Books to Prisoners has been supporting education and prisoner rights since the 1970s
Guides
This guide will tell you how to make large banners
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This workshop covers everything you need to know about immigration and so-called "national security"
Guides
This guide will tell you how to start your own newsletter
On This Day
On December 17, sex workers and allies organize to stop violence and stigma.
rabblepedia
Moe Harkat was issued a security certificate nine years ago and is still fighting for his rights
Guides
Self care is vital for activists to avoid burn out
Guides
How to become an expert dumpster diver
On This Day
We demand was the first major protest for queer rights
On This Day
The Montreal massacre happened on December 6
rabblepedia
Craftivism is using handicrafts to make a political point
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Food not Bombs is an anti-capitalist collective that gives away free meals
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Attawapiskat is a recent example of the unacceptable living conditions on Canadian reservations.

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