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2021 Women's March
Jase Tanner | Former Vancouver city councillor and former NDP MP Libby Davies discusses the issue of missing and murdered women in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside.
RabbleTV
2021 Women's March
Jase Tanner | This episode documents the 30th annual Women's Memorial March in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside. The march, which first took place on Valentine's Day in 1992, commemorates lost loved ones.
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2018 Women's March in Toronto. Photo: Ryan/Flickr
Judy Rebick | What we're seeing emerge from the politics of the women's march is a movement poised to also lead the fight for social, racial, economic and environmental justice, as well as for peace.
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Image: PMO/Adam Scotti
Emilie Taman | Promises to fix child care, maternity leave, and pensions that treat women fairly have all been broken -- and can't be forgotten because the PM has a nice tweet game.
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Sofia Ali-Khan | Here are some uncomfortable truths, and some thoughts on what we need to do about them to succeed in the fight against Trump.
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Image: Instagram/michelle_crowe
Sophia Reuss | The "Anti-Inauguration" protest and Women's March on Washington provide hope that a global, inclusive left can finally fight neoliberalism and oppression together.
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Image: Flickr/VeryBusyPeople
Ishani Weera | Here are five types of broad perspectives that we noticed on social media over the weekend. Each had something valuable to add to the ongoing discussion on the nature of solidarity and resistance.
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Raluca Bejan | Ideologically, we are not in an era where "pussy grabbing" could ever get institutionalized. Yet aggressive immigration enforcement and a registry of Muslim residents could be written into the law.
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Lizanne Foster | It felt good to march among fellow British Columbians against Trump, but change is desperately needed here as well.