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Brent Patterson | As 2018 comes to a close, what political dates are in your calendar for 2019?
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Samaah Jaffer | rabble's B.C. Editor Samaah Jaffer addressed some 15,000 people who came out to the Women's March in Vancouver to oppose the new misogynist in the White House.
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Raluca Bejan | Ideologically, we are not in an era where "pussy grabbing" could ever get institutionalized. Yet aggressive immigration enforcement and a registry of Muslim residents could be written into the law.
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Dru Oja Jay | Occupy Wall Street co-initiator Micah White's new book "The End of Protest: A New Playbook for Revolution" has a solid message for activists: Don't protest the same way twice.
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GivingTuesday
rabble staff | GivingTuesday brings together more than 3,500 organizations all working together to promote fundraising efforts and volunteer-driven projects for a better Canada.
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Michelle Gregus | rabble.ca is hard at work creating daily election content from the progressive perspective. Who better to put things in perspective than one of rabble's longtime contributors, Amira Elghawaby:
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rabble staff` | While the media elites try their hardest to ignore, suppress, and counter progressive ideas in this election you can count on rabble to call them out. We won't let Big Media gerrymander the issues.
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David Molenhuis | rabble.ca has its most robust and experienced editorial team yet lined up and ready to keep an eye on Harper during the next election. All we need now is your support.
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Karl Nerenberg | The election is almost here and rabble is nearly ready to #WIN2015. But time is of the essence. Karl Nerenberg shares his story about what makes rabble so important.
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Judy Rebick | July 5, more than 10,000 people came together for jobs, justice, and the climate in Toronto, and The Globe and Mail did not even bother to cover it in their paper. Time to help rabble.ca #WIN2015.
RabbleTV
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rabbleTV | A protest song for the upcoming election: Harperman is written and performed by Ottawa folksinger Tony Turner, Anne Downey on upright bass, and the crowd of well-wishers.
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rabble staff | This weekend, Canadians are rallying for jobs, justice and the climate. Time was, you'd have to wait to see the photos and read the news about the protest. Nowadays, you can follow the action here.