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Anti-war protesters during one of the first Mother's Days in history. Image: bravenewfoundation/Video Screenshot/YouTube
Brent Patterson | This Mother's Day let us recall the radical origins of the day and the women who proclaimed it to be a day to challenge war and militarism.
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Kelly Okamura | What to buy for the important woman in your life? Change-making a commercialized holiday that marks a reverent personal day for mums and sons and daughters.
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Lyn Adamson | Last week Houston. This week Fort McMurray. Next week: where on Earth? The climate crisis knows no bounds and its hallmark is unpredictability.
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Julia Ward Howe
Phyllis Creighton | "Disarm, Disarm!" declared the original Mother's Day Proclamation in 1870. "The sword of murder is not the balance of justice." This Mother's Day, let's abolish nuclear weapons.
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Lizanne Foster | On this Mother's Day, a reflection on mothers and on Mother Earth.
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Lizanne Foster | What would it take for millions of Canadians to spend the next two weeks, between Earth Day and Mother's Day doing something to slow environmental destruction on Mother Earth.
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Ngoc Loan Tran | Ngoc Loan Tran is a prominent organizer in immigrant, queer and trans communities, and this work reminds them of their mother's identity and how it fits into "the struggle" and their own politics.
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Photo by Krystalline Kraus
Krystalline Kraus | Give Mother Earth your support this weekend in Toronto.
Columnists
Thomas Ponniah | Venezuela's government announced that a new labour law, part of which will grant recognition to non-salaried work traditionally done by women, will come into effect this week.
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Charles Davis, Jodie Evans | Join us in calling on Michelle Obama to open her heart to the cries of Abdurahman's mother and ask Barack to send those cleared home and to expedite the closing of Guantanamo.
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rabble staff | This short educational video was produced last year by Inter Pares Canada.
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Samantha McGavin | More than 150 years after Mother's Day was first celebrated, there are women in every country who are working for safer, healthier, more peaceful communities and societies.