Both the form and content of the newest insurgencies embody essential aspects of our age of information. Their novelty opens up new possibilities for presence, mobilization and social change.
What are QR codes and how activists can use them
Constructing change: the activist toolkit
This week, the Constructing Change podcast features stories from the memorial for missing and murdered aboriginal women in Ottawa and tools for indigenous organizing.
Feb 25, 2012
Toronto Underground Cinema
186 Spadina AvenueToronto , ON
Canada43° 38' 59.4456" N, 79° 23' 48.9192" W
In celebration of Black History Month, MINT Film Festival's Feb. event features musical performances and screening of civil rights doc PROM NIGHT IN MISSISSIPPI. Director in attendance.
A brief overview on what fat activists are fighting for
John Holloway is a sociologist, philosopher and author. His work has stirred much debate among anti-capitalist activists. His most recent book is Crack Capitalism.
Mar 17, 2012 to Mar 18, 2012
259 Loop Route 6B0K 1V0 Tatamagouche , NS
Canada45° 43' 12.7236" N, 63° 18' 6.768" W
Nova Scotia CA
Deeply influenced by four months captivity in Iraq, Christian Peacemakers Team member James Loney challenges us to consider the philosophy and strategy of non-violence.
Apr 27, 2012 to Apr 29, 2012
Ryerson University Toronto , ON
Canada43° 39' 11.6136" N, 79° 22' 59.4624" W
An academic, artist and activist-organized conference on the occupy movement and the hermeneutics of 'occupy.' Keynotes: Brian Holmes, Continental Drift and Sarah Sharma, University of North Carolina
What is the zeitgeist of the current generation of young people?
The brand new Academy of the Impossible plans to take a step beyond hacktivism toward the integration of online agitation with direct action in the streets, that the Occupy movements have embodied.