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Kelsey Mech | On September 21, in New York City, tens of thousands will converge to take a stand for our climate and our futures.
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Greg Macdougall | Overwhelming information? Visceral connection? Niching? Fostering community? Organizing?
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Meg Borthwick | Meg Borthwick speaks with MP Charlie Angus for our Revolution 101 series about his activist work, past and present.
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Kelsey Mech | I've always known these projects are on the traditional territories of Indigenous communities, but there is something about actually witnessing the massive implications that makes it much more real.
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Berlin | Sex work organizing, for me, has never been just about fighting for sex workers' rights -- it is also the place where I feel most at home.
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Steffanie Pinch | A basic roundup of accessible tools for being a non-Indigenous ally and decolonizing activist organizing.
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Robin Tress | A good action tells a story, and a good story has a moral or lesson. Activists can and should create a story that shows the lesson they're trying to teach.
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Krystalline Kraus | The big issue at stake here is the concept that Indigenous communities have been bored, ineffective and thus idle for 600 years.
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Steffanie Pinch | Militant activist campaigns embrace confrontation as a catalyst for change. Here's how to start your own.
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Meg Borthwick | Author and activist Steve D'Arcy explains how social movements can use militant protest to strengthen democracy.