Podcast
Towards an anti-racist and decolonial left in Quebec. Image: Charles Rondeau/Needpix.com
Scott Neigh | Lawyer and activist May Chiu talks about Pour une dignité politique, a new formation looking to build an anti-racist and decolonial left in Quebec.
Columnists
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Amy Goodman, Denis Moynihan | Just one year ago the Indigenous-led resistance to the Dakota Access Pipeline on Standing Rock Sioux tribal territory in North Dakota was being subjected to increasingly intense state violence.
RabbleTV
Democracy Now! | Art Manuel speaks with Democracy Now! journalist Amy Goodman about the struggle for Indigenous rights and sovereignty in the context of the G20 summit in 2010.
News
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Billy-Ray Belcourt | Reconciliation can be your something, but it can't be our everything. This world isn't for us anymore, and Indigenous peoples are building ones that can hold all of us.
Blog
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Jim Silver | If you're following the federal election campaign you would think that poverty in Canada has been eliminated. Yet poverty continues to be a major problem in Canada.
Book Review
Kelly Rose Pflug-Back | The Canadian government's treatment of Indigenous people both historically and presently makes one thing clear: It only wants a relationship of taking land and resources.
Blog
Pierre Beaudet | Pour être loyal à la tradition de Charlie-Hebdo, il faut empêcher une dérive autoritaire et anti-immigrante au nom de la "civilisation".
Blog
Molly McCracken | The State of the Inner City Report is an annual research collaboration between the CCPA Manitoba and community organizations based in the inner city of Winnipeg. This year marks its 10th anniversary.
Podcast
Migrant Matters Radio | Krysta Williams talks about the deliberate overcriminalization process in which the state intervenes in the lives of Indigenous peoples in colonial Canada, touching on reproductive justice issues.
Blog
Photo: flickr/ Stephen Harper
Kyp Harness | Kyp Harness writes an open letter to Stephen Harper asking him, "Wouldn't it be better to be the one who saved Canada instead of destroyed it, who preserved it, even conserved it?"
Columnists
Thomas Ponniah | Theorist Frantz Fanon's work "Black Skin, White Masks" has been influential to the fields of cultural studies and postmodern postcolonial theory since the 1990s.
Blog
Krystalline Kraus | Check out this amazing new resource for anti-oppression activists and allies.