rabble.ca's politics webinars are a part of our work to share stories and insights important to activist communities.
On April 15 at 7:30 p.m. EST, the next episode in the "rabble takes on Ottawa" webinar series will look at pressing issues around the COVID-19 pandemic -- for workers, for marginalized communities and consider the question of what the crisis means for addressing inequality and climate justice -- and we would love for you to join!
Join parliamentary reporter Karl Nerenberg; former NDP deputy leader and author of Outside In: A Political Memoir, Libby Davies; and special guests Winnipeg Centre MP Leah Gazan, and CCPA senior economist David Macdonald, for this exclusive online discussion.
Please note: Though these webinars are typically exclusive to donors, with the current climate of the COVID-19 pandemic, we wanted to ensure that all are able to join in such an important discussion, and so we will be offering the online event as free for all.
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