Author and social justice activist Judy Rebick addresses the "Fix EI" Town Hall Meeting held at Ryerson University in Toronto.
Needs No Introduction
From the 2009 Congress of the Humanities, Judy Rebick speaks on the cultural movement that has evolved out of mass communication technology, and on the social and political power it allows.
Judy Rebick and Cathi Bond review Twilight and Splendour in the Grass looking for shifts in sexual behaviour
<p><span>Judy Rebick and Alan Sears respond to their March 1, 2009 article entitled, "Memo to Minister Kenney: Criticism of Israel is not anti-Semitism."</span></p>
Mar 10, 2009 to Mar 11, 2009
Raw Sugar Cafe
692 Somerset westOttawa , ON
Canada45° 24' 40.1688" N, 75° 42' 23.2632" W
Please join us to celebrate the launch of Transforming Power: From the Personal to the Political, a new book by veteran activist, writer and broadcaster Judy Rebick.
Live and Become is a new gem about an Ethiopian Jew finding his way in Israel and You Can't Take it With You is just what we all need in these recessionary times
Guillermo del Toro's Hell Boy is back and take a trip to the Great Depression courtesy of the Shop Around the Corner