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David J. Climenhaga | Chris Alexander wasn’t waving his finger in time with the chanters, he said yesterday. He was trying to get the crowd to stop. Seriously, I'm not making this up.
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Elvira Truglia | Award-winning journalist Francine Pelletier spoke to some 200 people at Concordia University on what it takes for women to be heard, 25 years after the Montreal Massacre at Ecole Polytechnique.
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Redeye Collective | In 1989, a man walked into the École Polytechnique in Montreal and killed 14 women engineering students. We speak with Elinor Warkentin who was involved in creating a monument in Vancouver.
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Nora Loreto | Twenty-five years ago Nora Loreto was five years old when the Ecole Polytechnique shootings happened. Twenty-five years later she continues to mobilize for women's liberation.
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various | rabble asked a range of women to reflect on the 25th anniversary of the December 6 shootings.
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Judy Rebick | What has changed in Canadian society 25 years after the Montreal Massacre? In the wake of the Ghomeshi scandal, MMIW and continued systemic oppression, it doesn't seem like much.
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various | What are the future steps toward ending violence against women? rabble asked a diverse panel of women their thoughts on December 6 and the future steps in the fight to end violence against women.
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Meghan Murphy | 'Gendered violence' is too vague -- the problem is male violence against women.
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Mercedes Allen | Vancouver Rape Relief's event to remember the victims of the L’École Polytechnique massacre has become controversial due to the presence of Janice Raymond and discussion around sex work.
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Meghan Murphy | Those gathered at the Vancouver event talked, listened, and strategized around resistance to violence against women and the difficulties of combating gendered violence in a patriarchal world.