Inspired by the resilience of Egyptian people during their recent uprising, several notable musicians from North America have teamed up to release a song of solidarity and empowerment.
In watching the live streaming coverage of the Egyptian revolution on Al Jazeera I am awe-struck by the incredible humanity of what is unfolding in that country.
This powerful vlog was recorded on January 18, 2011, by Asmaa Mahfouz, the girl who helped start it all at Tahrir Square. She had shared it on her Facebook, and it had gone viral.
A new book by Daniel Francis chronicles a far-reaching conspiracy by the Robert Borden government against trade unionists and immigrants during and shortly after the First World War.
Professor Noam Chomsky discusses the significance of the Middle East protests for the future of the region.
Interview with anti-government protester at Tahrir Square for documentary Zero Silence (www.zerosilence.org).
This moving music video created by Tamer Shaaban, "another Egyptian who's had enough," has been widely featured on social media and has received well over one million hits within four days.
Jan 27, 2011
40 St George Street University of TorontoToronto
Canada43° 39' 34.6716" N, 79° 23' 48.6528" W
A one-day conference featuring sessions on Islamophobia, socialism, the working class, the environment and more
Hugo Savatierra, a founder of the MAS in Bolivia and the first minister of agriculture and environment in MAS government outlines the history and current context of the Bolivian process.
Dec 4, 2010
Britannia Community Services Centre
1661 Napier Street below the Britannia Branch LibraryVancouver , BC
Canada49° 16' 27.8868" N, 123° 4' 11.8668" W
British Columbia CA
World Socialist Web Site and Socialist Equality Party Public Meeting "The Breakdown of Capitalism and A Socialist Perspective for the Working Class"