Activist Toolkit
| A creative commons booklet about to radical mental health
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rabble staff | rabble.ca is excited to be screening the open source collaborative documentary Preempting Dissent
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System Change Not Climate Change's Peter Rugh in Zuccotti Park at Earth Day to M
Brad Hornick | Organizers have pledged to make the upcoming NYC "Peoples' Climate March" an "invitation to change everything" and to "take a stand to bend the course of history." What are its prospects for doing so?
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Kaitlin McNabb | An Earth Day reading list that incorporates the extended issues of gentrification, Native and non-Native relationships, interconnectedness of climate change and Occupy activism.
Book Review
Sarah van Gelder | Published in 2011, shortly after the Occupy movement began, This Changes Everything was published offering insights for the many already involved.
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Photo credit: Stan Jourdan
Meagan Perry | For May Day -- audio art from Sarah Boothroyd that touches on ethics, justice, democracy, protest and global citizenship. It's wonderful.
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Velcrow Ripper | A response to Adbusters' call to #DefendOccupy. I say #GrowOccupy. There is nothing new or radical about infighting.
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Joey Grihalva | jhr U.S. correspondent Joey Grihalva sits down with hip-hop group and community organizers Rebel Diaz in Milwaukee during their #OccupyTheAirwaves tour.
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Velcrow Ripper | Today the Occupy Movement will be engaging in global actions centred around the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. The heart of Dr. King's vision offers wonderful inspiration for the movement.
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Photo: Velcrow Ripper, http://occupylove
Velcrow Ripper | Love's evolution is my resolution, my revolution, my solution. The time is now. 2012 is upon us. The beginning is here!
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Meagan Perry | In this episode: music to celebrate Abousfian Abdelrazik, with Attawapiskat in the news a look back at Pikangikum's crisis, Raffi sings for #Occupy, and Bond is back with DVD recommendations.
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Meagan Perry | In this episode, intrepid rabble reporters talk to the people who chose to #occupy. Michael Stewart heads to Vancouver, while Matthew Adams and Meagan Perry take on Toronto.