April 15 2020, the latest in rabble's webinar series looked at pressing issues around the COVID-19 pandemic for workers and for marginalized communities and considered the question of what the crisis means for addressing inequality and climate justice.
Watch award-winning parliamentary reporter Karl Nerenberg; former NDP deputy leader and author of Outside In: A Political Memoir, Libby Davies; Winnipeg Centre MP Leah Gazan, and CCPA senior economist David Macdonald, for this exclusive online discussion.
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