Columnists
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Rick Salutin | Can people (and societies) really change, contrary to what they've always been? In general, no; but sometimes, maybe?
Columnists
March at World Social Forum 2011 in Dakar, Senegal. Image: David Evan Harris/Flickr
Thomas Ponniah | The standard of a global, radical democracy will persevere as the key element of the international left but if the WSF does not want to suffer the fate of past processes, then it must reinvent itself.
Podcast
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Face2Face | Ruth Lande Shuman talks about creativity and change, our inner artists, the deprivation of colour, empowerment and Pepto Bismol pink, and the potential for social change.
Podcast
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Victoria Fenner | The role of libraries in our communities is changing. Olivia Robinson talks about why she chose libraries as her focus for her Jack Layton Journalism for Change Fellowship with rabble.ca.
Podcast
'Endzeit' - a new film about the environment, collective guilt and social change
Face2Face | Carolina Hellsgård talks to Face2Face host David Peck talks about her new film, faith in humanity, collective guilt, environmentalism and why having a positive view of the apocalypse is important.
Blog
 Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez canvasses in Sunnyside, Queens on June 26, 2018. Photo: Corey Torpie/Wikimedia Commons.
Brent Patterson | A Generation X political activist asks if there is hope in a renewed collaboration between electoralism and social movement activism.
Podcast
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Victoria Fenner | To stay in Canada or go back home is a question that Americans living in Canada sometimes ask themselves these politically volatile days. Here are one woman's reasons why she went back home.
News
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Roberta Lexier | Divisions within and between social movements should be acknowledged and accepted as unavoidable and, in fact, essential for success.
Podcast
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Victoria Fenner | A talk from the Precarious: ArtsWORK Festival in Peterborough
Podcast
Connecting Climate Change to Social Change Panel
Victoria Fenner | Climate Change isn't just about economics and science. It's about our entire way of life. This panel from the 5th Annual Tommy Douglas Institute explores the connections.
Podcast
Kevin MacKay
Victoria Fenner | Kevin MacKay says there are now five horsemen of the apocalypse, not four. In his new book, he tells us what they are and looks at some big problems and radical solutions.
Blog
John Dillon
Jennifer Henry | John Dillon, KAIROS Canada's long-serving researcher and policy analyst on the global economy, human rights and ecological justice passed away on June 5.