Krystalline Kraus

krystalline kraus is an intrepid explorer and reporter from Toronto, Canada. A veteran activist and journalist for rabble.ca, she needs no aviator goggles, gas mask or red cape but proceeds fearlessly into the democratic fray.

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Jun 21, 2002

Sisters in the Struggle

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No Apologies. In this age of protest, being a woman and running with the black bloc means having to pad places other than your bra. Once a rare breed of super-femmes, are now entering into the black
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Jun 13, 2002

Fighting Hatred

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In today's political climate, hate-based groups are gaining momentum so anti-racist groups are hitting the streets. Toronto's Anti-Racist Action formed a picket line last weekend to disrupt plans for
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May 13, 2002

Strangers United for Peace

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These are the days that many Palestinians and Jews prayed would never come. With gunfire still ringing out on the streets of several West Bank cities, global pressure mounts for an end to violence on
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Apr 24, 2002

When an Apology Isn't Enough

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Aboriginal and African Canadians feel it's time for North American and European colonial powers to make amends for their actions of the past by providing reparations.
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Apr 4, 2002

Get Ready for the G8

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Activists from across Canada and beyond are eager to express their opinions about June's Group of Eight Summit, coming to Kananaskis, Alberta. From pagans to puppeteers, Ewoks to anarchists, anti-glo
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Feb 5, 2002

Feed Themselves or Pay Tuition?

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Across Canada, students are feeling shut out of post-secondary education due to the threat of deregulation, tuition increases and lack of federal and provincial funding. "Forget part-time work. These
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Jan 30, 2002

Rah-Rah Revolution

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Squad set? You bet! With kilts, pigtails, pompoms and combat boots, radical cheerleaders chant, "Smash the state" with a smile.
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Jan 22, 2002

An Occupation Fit for Queen's

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On January 14, five students from the Queen's Coalition Against Deregulation walked into the university's administration offices with a list of demands, five days worth of supplies and flowers for th
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Dec 10, 2001

Visible Threat to Immigrants' Freedom

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Some communities feel unfairly targeted by Canada's new security measures. Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chrétien's pledge to help the United States fight terrorism doesn't make many in the
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Nov 21, 2001

The Dogs of Democracy

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Last weekend's G20 protests in Ottawa were largely peaceful. One window was smashed at a McDonald's. And some folks did throw a lot of confetti. But was there really any justification for the police

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