|Blog Alex Hundert | On Prisoners' Justice Day in every jail in Canada and in prisons around the world inmates will go on a 24-hour hunger strike.|
|Blog Mandy Hiscocks | Apparently, the key to being treated somewhat decently is to make your jail experience as public as possible.|
|News Peter Rosenthal | Among the many things we'll never know in the aftermath of the Toronto G20 is how a political defence would have affected the trial of those charged in "the main conspiracy" case.|
Criminal charges against Montrealer who filmed undercover police at Montreal G20 protest to be heard in courtMontreal News Wire | The trial of a Montreal man who was arrested after taking photos of undercover police will be heard in court later this week. Scott Weinstein was arrested on July 1, 2010, during a Montreal march.
|Blog Mandy Hiscocks | G20 protest organizer and activist Mandy Hiscocks writes her first dispatch from jail.|
|Blog Mandy Hiscocks | On Friday, Jan. 13, Mandy Hiscocks was sentenced to 16 months in prison for her participation in G20 protest organizing. During the sentencing hearing, she made this statement to the court.|
|Book Review Krystalline Kraus | Featuring reflections from activists who helped organize the mobilizations, demonstrators and passersby, Whose Streets offers insight on how local organizing and global activism can come together.|
|News Erik Lankin Pat Cadorette Paul Sauder | Group statement by 17 people charged with conspiracy during the G20 regarding a plea deal.|
|Columnists Alice Klein | We should all be giving thanks for the brave souls at Occupy Toronto and all the others around the world. They aren't just facing down the demons of our time; they're changing the global conversation.|
Canada-U.S. border initiative would have allowed U.S. police to make arrests during last year's G20 summitBrent Patterson | Canada and the U.S. are close to agreeing on a joint policing program that could give U.S. security agencies substantial control of their northern border while deputizing U.S. police agents in Canada.
|News Michael Wheeler | Making a play about G20 police brutality convinced me that the disempowered have more than their feet, they also have their collective voice, and art can play a powerful role in amplifying that voice.|
|News Nora Loreto | G20 Redux drew hundreds a year after over 1,100 marchers were kettled and arrested in Toronto during the G20 summit.|
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