What does the police killing of a homeless man in San Francisco have to do with the Arab Spring uprisings from Tunisia to Syria? The attempt to suppress the protests that followed.
Book lounge: Come hell or high water, we won't stop...
On July 19, 2011, activists from the Vancouver area gathered at Deltaport for an information picket targeting a major Israeli shipping company, ZIM.
Sandra Ruch speaks to PressTV after she and other Canadians aboard the Tahrir, the Canadian Boat to Gaza, were released from Greek detention.
Does the closure of Spain's Camp Sol mean the tent city, and the "Indignant" movement more broadly, have failed? Reilly Yeo reports from Madrid's Puerta del Sol.
Digital activism refers to online participation in cause-related movements
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On April 28, activist Jaggi Singh pleaded guilty to urging people to take down the G20 summit fence in Toronto last June. This interview was recorded by Carmelle Wolfson following his guilty plea.
Protesters took to the streets in Spain on May 15, proclaiming: "We have taken the streets for a true democracy now.... We are not safe in the hands of politicians and bankers."
The security-conscious consulate in Toronto was the scene of excessive hostility for one Israel-Canadian who had taken part in an action there in support of Gaza and the Palestinians.
SlutWalk addresses the problem of victim blaming in cases of sexual assault