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Robert Hackett, Hanna Araza | Canada's news media, like its economy, are historically and culturally linked to extractivism.
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Robert Hackett, Hanna Araza | If Canadians want a conversation about energy and climate policy undistorted by big oil's outsized influence, newspapers still matter.
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Chelsea Nash | To celebrate 20 years of rabble, take a history tour through our archives.
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Summer Mahmud, Rahul Varma | The mass murder of six Asian women in Atlanta by a 21-year-old white man is the latest in a long-standing history of unrecognized anti-Asian racism, misogyny, and murder across Turtle Island.
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Solidarity rally at the the State Capitol, St. Paul, Wisconsin. Image credit: Chuck Olsen/Flickr
Lorenzo Vargas | Are we seeing a shift in economic thinking towards a model in which high unemployment, massive wealth concentration, or inequitable access to services are seen as the real crises to be tackled?
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Meg Borthwick | From the World Trade Center attack in 2001 to the COVID pandemic, rabble's political discussion forum, babble, has discussed it all from a progressive perspective.
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Kim Elliott | Join in the celebration! Donate any amount and you could win a copy of "Everything on (the) Line: 20 Years of Social Movement Stories from rabble.ca," published by Between the Lines on April 18, 2021.
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Humberto DaSilva | At 20, rabble.ca is still going strong as a platform for powerful progressive voices, and an incubator for the future voice of the working class.
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Philip Lee | Understanding the behind-the-scenes of how the internet and digital technologies function, including issues of privacy, security, and surveillance, has to be a part of public education.
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Maude Barlow | rabble.ca was on the front lines of the anti-corporate globalization movement in 2001, telling the story of the dangers of free trade deals and of the growing protests to confront them.
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Evelyn Lazare | Staying informed about the latest issues concerning the COVID-19 pandemic is important. Unfortunately, it's not so easy.
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Sarah Macharia | If there's anything that a quarter-century of media monitoring has revealed, it is that the road to gender equality is long and treacherous.