Activist Toolkit
| The Africa Technology & Transparency Initiative (ATTI) is a fund that supports organizations
Podcast
Redeye
Jane Williams | A unique project links women in real-time telephone conversations with women activists from all over the world talking about their work and their lives.
Blog
Lindsey Pinto | As more and more Canadians are making the Internet -- that is, its extremely high prices and limited access -- an election issue, telecom giant Bell Canada is getting ready to change its tune.
News
Joseph Roberts | The veteran environmentalist is emphatic: 'So long as we cling to this economic system, I don't see any way out of it. As you said, it's this economic drive that is just trashing the planet.'
Podcast
Redeye
Lorraine Chisholm | Redeye talks with DJ Betti Forde, one of the curators of the Utopia Festival in Vancouver. The festival aims to encourage women to get involved in the male-dominated field of technology.
Blog
Bob Chandler | Rupert Murdoch and Steve Jobs recently launched "The Daily," a new digital "newspaper" only available for the iPad. What does this mean for the future of mainstream media?
Columnists
Amy Goodman | Egypt has been the second-largest recipient of U.S. foreign aid for decades, after Israel. Mubarak's regime has received $2 billion per year since coming to power, overwhelmingly for the military.
Podcast
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Meagan Perry | In this episode: rewriting your life, spy movies for cold war evenings, The Stimulators warm you up, new tech and going green for 2011.
Blog
rabble staff | Join us in Vancouver for a free workshop in learning how to broadcast video live over the Internet, also known as livestreaming.
Columnists
Steve Anderson | There is a hunger to talk about the implications of what this new form of media is making in other spheres of society. We shouldn’t be surprised.
Podcast
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Meagan Perry | In this episode of rabble radio: mapping dirty energy producers everywhere, Eternia speaks on women rappers and a new talking stick online.
Columnists
Alice Klein | Tragedy poses the basic questions: What is life really all about? Is nature trying to tell us something? Biomimicry is based on a deep biological read of exactly these two questions.