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Nick Fillmore | A recent protest in Toronto targeting war criminals Henry Kissinger and former Israeli PM Shimon Peres attracted less than 200 people using the same old tactics. Can we improve them?
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Karl Nerenberg | Elections are not sporting matches; voters are not mere spectators. Voters are participants and must make real choices. Today, we examine the Conservative choice in this multi-part series.
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Joshua Kahn Russell, Harmony Goldberg | Last month, a broad alliance of organizations from across the progressive spectrum came together to train 100,000 people in non-violent direct action. It was called 99% Spring.
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rabbleTV | Officer Bubbles is a jerk, but was he right? Are bubbles dangerous?
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Dave Coles | Dave Coles responds to Globe and Mail columnist Marcus Gee who blames the massive security overkill at the Toronto summit on a handful of fringe groups.
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Protesting the Vancouver Olympics: homes not games!
Meagan Perry | In this podcast: Why protest the Olympics, Aboriginal activists speak out, talking diversity of tactics, and all about Vancouver's Red Tent campaign for housing.
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Citizenshift | Howard Zinn, renowned teacher, author, historian and civil rights activist, on how real change only comes about when people are willing to take a risk