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Writers Guild of America picket line. Image credit: John Edwards/Wikimedia Commons
Marc Belanger, RadioLabour | Joe Biden is planning to implement the Protect the Right to Organize Act, which will allow access to unionization for hundreds of thousands of U.S. workers plus weaken so-called "right to work" laws.
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Maya Bhullar | The April 2017 #stophateca roundup.
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Maya Bhullar, Samaah Jaffer | rabble.ca is launching a bi-weekly roundup of actions and efforts to engage the rising tide of radical right-wing hate in Canada. Join us at #stophateca.
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Maya Bhullar | What did we do? Stand up! Fight back!
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Nick Fillmore | The World Social Forum begins today in Montreal, running until Sunday Aug. 14 with over 1,000 self-directed sessions to mobilize, organize and plan for a better future.
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What's Left Editors | The latest edition of What's Left this week looks at unions and precarious work, bridging the digital divide, Canada's housing crisis and the TPP.
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Redeye Collective | Thorncliffe and Flemingdon are two working class communities in Toronto. Last month, a Muslim woman in Flemingdon Park was attacked by a group of men while she was taking her children to school.
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Redeye Collective | Labour organizing in China looks different than it does in the West but the issues are the same: wages, benefits and pensions. Eli Friedman is an expert on labour politics in postsocialist China.
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The Zapatista Army for National Liberation | As the Canadian federal election approaches, Archives of Resistance presents extracts from the EZLN’s contributions to the international seminar “Critical Thought vs. the Capitalist Hydra.”
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Ella Bedard | Canadian Labour Congress President Hassan Yussuff talks strategy for the upcoming federal election.
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Lynne Fernandez | This May Day, let's take a moment to recognize and celebrate all the organizations and individuals who refuse to accept social exclusion as inevitable, and who won't let the dream die.
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Brigette DePape, Leila Darwish | While the West Coast faces increasing threats to the land and water with companies going to ever-greater lengths in a massive resource rush, people power is also gaining strength.