Site of the Week

These are links that have all been highlighted as rabble-approved Site of the Week. It takes a special site to get such an honour, so take some time and look through them.
Some links may be out of date. The internet is a transient place.

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Sun, 02/21/2010

Beyond the Echo

Beyond The Echo Chamber is a book and blog dedicated to changing the national conversation about progressive media and the future of journalism itself.

Co-authored by Jessica Clark and Tracy Van Slyke, Beyond The Echo Chamber: Reshaping Politics Through Networked Progressive Media tells the story of the rise of progressive media from 2004 to today and lays out a clear, hard-hitting theory of ongoing impact.

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Sun, 02/21/2010

Fuze Magazine

FUSE is an arts and culture magazine for readers looking for in-depth coverage of innovative and alternative art practices. We don't cater to collectors or the mainstream profit-oriented art dealers, but look instead at art that is politically engaged and relevant to understanding our contemporary world. FUSE Magazine, with a thirty year publishing record, looks at the "why" as well as the "who" and the "what" of art-making, taking on the important issues of our time and relating them to art activity. People who want to understand the relationships between art, social change, activism, politics and the mass media should be reading FUSE!

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Mon, 02/01/2010

Defenders of the Land

Defenders of the Land, a network of Indigenous communities and activists in land struggle across Canada, including Elders and youth, women and men, was founded at a historic meeting in Winnipeg from November 12-14. Defenders is the only organization of its kind in the territory known as Canada - Indigenous-led, free of government or corporate funding, and dedicated to building a fundamental movement for Indigenous rights. We will be holding a second gathering this year, where we will decide on collective action and a strategy to build the movement through education and organizing.

This basis of unity reflects our common view.

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APTN

Aboriginal Peoples Television Network (more commonly referred to as APTN) is a Canadian broadcast and cable television network. APTN airs and produces programs made by, for and about Aboriginal Peoples. It is noted as the first of its kind in the world and is based in Winnipeg, Manitoba.

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