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Senator Ratna Omidvar. Image credit: Boris Baldinger/World Economic Forum/Flickr
Increasing Access to Justice, Sheldon Falk | Don't let Bill S-222 -- which seeks to eliminate mandated racist and colonial ways of engaging with communities -- die on the order paper.
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Security Council Chamber, UN headquarters. Image credit: Rick Bajornas/ United Nations Photo/Flickr
Yves Engler | The campaign proved that a small number of dedicated activists with a targeted, well-planned strategy could have a major impact on Canadian foreign policy.
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Rabbi David Mivasair sits next to paint-covered steps outside Israeli consulate. Image: World BEYOND War Canada/Twitter
Michael Keefer | There are three glaring asymmetries made evident by the recent arrest of Rabbi David Mivasair following his participation in a demonstration outside the Israeli consulate in Toronto.
Blog
A nursing student's hand reaches out to touch the imprint of hands in a sculpture at a community drop-in centre. Image credit: Cathy Crowe
Cathy Crowe | The problems within nursing preceded the pandemic and call for a radical shake-up of the profession.
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Protesters at Black Lives Matter rally in Trafalgar Square, July 2020. Image credit: john crozier/Unsplash
Shama Naqushbandi | I was nobody -- impressionable and uncut, fresh from constitutional law and letter writing. I still believed I could change the world.
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Resh Budhu | The Tommy Douglas Institute and rabble.ca bring you the Courage My Friends podcast, May 26 to June 30.
Columnists
Protest sign reading "Earth is more valueble than money." Image credit: Markus Spiske/Unsplash
Duncan Cameron | Caught up in their struggle to attain power, political parties are reacting to what they think matters for the next election campaign and ignoring issues that matter for the future of humanity.
Blog
Image: Gail Cyr. Used with permission.
Maya Bhullar | Gail Cyr has spent her life amplifying the work and voices of local communities. Now, she is officially "retired" but is as busy as ever.
Columnists
George Floyd protesters in Minneapolis. Image credit: Dan Aasland/Wikimedia Commons
Amy Goodman, Denis Moynihan | The U.S. is seeing a frightening legislative trend: the criminalization of protest. There are close to 100 anti-protest bills proposed nationwide in state legislatures.
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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, March 12, 2021. Image credit: Adam Scotti/PMO
Kathleen O'Hara | Climate researchers Terry Moore and David Robertson have exposed the weaknesses -- even the dangers -- of the federal government's climate plan.
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Protests during the third Summit of the Americas on 21 April 2001 in Quebec City. Image credit: Personal snapshot by Montréalais/Wikimedia Commons
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.
Book Review
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Am Johal | "Remake the World" reads like a greatest hits package exposing the baked-in structural injustices that perpetuate political harm and give it its particularly hard-edged American form.