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David Peck | "Harlan County USA" director talks about her newest film "Desert One," and what she's learned about her country after almost 50 years of documentary making.
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Gerald Caplan | How can any sensible person fail to be shaken by the political events in the past year?
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Victoria Fenner | As 2017 draws to a close, some words of wisdom in difficult times from a trio of seasoned activists -- Chris Hedges, Angela Davis and Gerry Caplan.
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Victoria Fenner | The full talk by Amy Goodman, host of 'Democracy Now', speaking at a special rabble.ca fundraising event on October 1.
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Krystalline Kraus | If you think that you're the only one who has been worried about the Make America Hate movement in the United States and are struggling to find a way to get involved, to act, you are not alone.
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Victoria Fenner | Voices from a trio of women's marches on January 21, 2017, starting in Washington, and then moving up to Vancouver and Toronto.
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Matthew Adams, Stephen Benedetti | Our last show? We think so. Still we talk about the crazy, make an XL pipeline prediction and even throw in some baseball. Plus news you might have missed.
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Samantha Berg | Samantha Berg weighs in on the passage of Prop 35 in California
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Official portrait of President-elect Barack Obama on Jan. 13, 2009. Photo: Pete Souza
Gerry Caplan | That a black man could win the presidency was literally a dream come true. But no one knew exactly what that was, and almost four years later, it's still hard to know, harder than anyone expected.
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Am Johal | Daniel Tutt from the Unity Productions Foundations shares his views on combating Islamophobia in the United States.
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Jerry West | The more I watch the current crop of Republican presidential hopefuls the more it is obvious that we are in a 21st-century society being governed by 18th- and 19th-century thinking.
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Gerry Caplan | Can leadership candidates ever not hate each other? At the risk of giving the punch line away too early and spoiling the entire column, the answer is "probably not."