A powerful slideshow of the more than 70 actions across Canada and around the world. Produced by East Van Solidarity.
A TMC interview with Yves Engler on the social mobilization in Quebec and the 400,000+ person march. Plus, a solidarity statement from Judith Butler in a rabble.ca interview.
May 30, 2012
Dalhousie Student Union Building
Room 306Halifax , NS
Canada44° 38' 55.9716" N, 63° 34' 31.1232" W
Nova Scotia CA
This event is meant to help generate a discussion in Halifax about the character and context of the events in Quebec and what it means for activists in Halifax.
Spreading the Quebec student strike from Canadian city to city, one pot and pan at a time. Updated to include 19 cities.
Update of actions against austerity as the Quebec student strike rages on, with street battles, mass arrests and bad faith negotiating. Also a piece on a Kitchener solidarity action and Plan Nord.
The feature of today's show is our discussion with radical historian Luke Stewart on the upcoming Rally, Walk and Community BBQ taking place on April 28 in Grand River Territory of the Six Nations.
On March 31, 8,000 people -- including striking students, workers from across Quebec, and contingents from Toronto to South Africa -- converged in Alma, Quebec to support locked-out workers.
Constructing change: the activist toolkit
I spoke with protesters on a march in Ottawa on the International Day for the Elimination of Racism. Look for tools on the activist toolkit to help challenge racism!
A workshop about what the prison industrial complex is and how to fight it.
This show pulls content from the media co-ops on indigenous resistance and solidarity and looks to a Hip Hop album focused on eliminating diabetes