Blog
rabble staff | In 2012, James Lorimer and Company will publish Remembering Jack, a book of stories about Jack Layton written by his friends, family, colleagues, and acquaintances.
Podcast
Raffi Cavoukian | Inspired by Jack Layton's letter to Canadians, Raffi, West Coast singer and song-writer, turned it into a song.
Blog
Photo: Marusya Bociurkiw
Kaitlin McNabb | Every Friday we will post a quick snapshot of the week's action, featuring blog posts that inspired, intrigued and informed over the past week, just in case you missed them!
Book Review
Hope is Better than Fear
Jane Doe | In this excerpt from the newly published eBook, Hope Is Better Than Fear, Jane Doe reflects on Jack Layton's work to further feminist goals.
RabbleTV
Humberto DaSilva | This week, Not Rex's Humberto DaSilva remembers the late Jack Layton: his impact on the NDP, politics in Canada and the average Canadian.
Columnists
Murray Dobbin | Murray Dobbin ponders the constellation of potential candidates who could offer Jack Layton's vision of the NDP, and the country.
News
Ted Sprague | Canadians from coast to coast have not stopped at sending condolences to Jack's family. They have been making promises to continue his legacy as they envision it, a legacy of hope and optimism.
News
Frances Russell | Was the flow of emotions at Jack Layton's death fleeting? Something more profound? If the former, political normalcy will return soon. If the latter, the state funeral could be Harper's Big Mistake.
News
LeadNow | A Turning Point for Canada? Inspired by Layton's letter, almost 1,000 Canadians sign up with Leadnow.ca to host 55+ gatherings to organize for change.
Blog
Marusya Bociurkiw | Is the contagious affect circulating around Layton's death antithetical to grassroots organizing?
RabbleTV
rabble staff | Funeral cortege for The Hon. Jack Layton in Toronto, August 27 2011, from the viewpoint of the People's Procession at Queen and University.
News
The People's Procession for Jack Layton, Aug. 27, 2011. Photo: Ian Munroe/Flickr
Michael Toledano | The two divided processions which led and followed the hearse carrying Jack Layton's casket after his funeral showed two very different messages.