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Khadijah Kanji | Part three in a series addressing the myths that conflate multiculturalism and anti-racism.
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Memorial for Heather Heyer on 4th Street SE in Charlottesville, Virginia. Photo: AgnosticPreachersKid/Wikimedia Commons
Krystalline Kraus | On August 12, 2017, James Fields rammed his vehicle into a crowd of anti-alt-right demonstrators. Heather Heyer was in the crowd and died at the scene.
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Refugees entering Europe in 2015, arriving by sea through Greece and Italy. Photo by Jmersina/ Wikimedia Commons.
Brent Patterson | There is no common cause with anti-immigration parties in the U.S., France, Italy, Germany and elsewhere when seeking trade justice.
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Brent Patterson | Nanaimo residents mount a spirited defence of DisconTent City after the Soldiers of Odin threaten to shut it down.
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How to identify junk news. Image: Newseum
Penney Kome | An Oxford research project has confirmed what anybody could have told them: the people who voted for Donald Trump are the most "susceptible" to junk news.
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Karl Nerenberg | Soon a number of aspirants will officially announce their candidacies for the NDP leadership. They will face an uphill battle to garner public attention and render their party a viable alternative.
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Rick Salutin | The true danger of Trump isn't the man himself -- it's capable, malign people insinuating themselves under his umbrella and pursuing their own ambitions.
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Piergiorgio Moro, Jiselle Hanna | Discussion about far-right and fascist movements in the Asia Pacific region and its significance to labour movements.
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rabble staff | A large crowd gathered for a vigil and rally Thursday evening in Paris to respond to the brutal murder of 19-year-old Clément Méric, a student and left-wing, anti-fascist activist.
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Redeye Collective | In the last election, the far right party Golden Dawn in Greece won 18 seats in the national government, putting it in third place in terms of popular support.
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Tariq Jeeroburkhan | Oxford professor Tariq Ramadan told a Montreal audience that perpetuating hatred and stereotypes of Muslims leads to a downward spiral which threatens the security of all.
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Peter Driftmier | Right-wing and far-right parties made significant gains in Hungary's recent national election. This rise in support has coincided with an increase in violence against Roma people.