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Bullet #1401: SAFTU – This Is What We Stand For

| April 25, 2017

The South African Federation of Trade Unions (SAFTU) has been born. We have passed a milestone in the history of the South African trade union movement at this Launching Congress held in Boksburg from 21-23 April 2017. 700,000 workers represented by 1,384 voting delegates from 24 unions and other non-voting unions have taken the first decisive step to building a new, vibrant, independent, and democratic workers’ federation, leading the struggle against exploitation, mass unemployment, poverty, inequality and corruption and taking up the struggle for the total emancipation of the working class from the chains of its capitalist oppressors.



What's New: OCAP Pay it Back: Post Sleep Out Delegation to City Hall

| April 24, 2017

Join us on Tuesday to deliver the Toronto Robs from the Poor report to Mayor John Tory. In addition to revealing how the city has siphoned away or otherwise withheld $18 million dollars from homelessness programs, the report also documents a troubling pattern of misreporting by the City. We will demand that the money diverted away from homelessness programs be returned immediately and be used to provide much needed respite to the homeless.



Bullet #1400: In the Shadow of Social Democracy: Right-Wing Challenges and Left Alternatives

by Ingo Schmidt | April 24, 2017

We live in a paradoxical world. Much debate on the radical left revolves around multitudes of discontented groups - sometimes lumped together as the 99%, sometimes rebranded as precariat - struggling against an abstract empire and its 1% rulers. Capitalism and class - once serving as a compass to navigate left politics through the apparently chaotic sees of everyday life - have turned into subjects of theoretical debate with little to no connection to political praxis.



LeftStreamed: South Africa, a Dream Betrayed

April 23, 2017

The current government of President Jacob Zuma is witness to major brawls between rival elite factions, amidst growing corruption scandals. The historical alliance between the ANC, the SACP and COSATU is fracturing. Protests and demonstrations calling for Zuma to resign are growing. Out of this ruin, a new South African working class movement may yet emerge. Forum with Eli Kodisang, recorded in Toronto, 20 April 2017.



What's New: Top 10 books about the Russian Revolution

by Tariq Ali | April 22, 2017

A hundred years after the Russian Revolution, history, according to most historians, had pronounced its judgment. October 1917 had been relegated to a past that would never be repeated, just like the tumbrils in Paris in 1793 or Charles I’s public execution outside the palace at Westminster. History doesn’t repeat itself, not even as a farce, but its echoes remain.



Mike Constable cartoonWhat's New: Science vs Trump

by Mike Constable | April 22, 2017

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What's New: Why We Are on Hunger Strike in Israel’s Prisons

by Marwan Barghouti | April 22, 2017

Having spent the last 15 years in an Israeli prison, I have been both a witness to and a victim of Israel’s illegal system of mass arbitrary arrests and ill-treatment of Palestinian prisoners. After exhausting all other options, I decided there was no choice but to resist these abuses by going on a hunger strike.



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Forum: Women, Children, and War

Women, Children, and War
Guest Speakers Dr. Gretchen Roedde and Dr. Reeju Ray headline this event organized by Science for Peace and Voice of Women for the Global Day of Action Against Miliatry Spending. All are welcome!

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: 2017 MayWorks Festival

2017 MayWorks Festival
The 32nd annual Mayworks Festival of Working People and the Arts will take place from April 28 – May 7, 2017, at various locations in Toronto, and will feature multi-disciplinary events highlighting precarious work and collective struggle for decent wages and healthy working conditions. We invite you to download the Mayworks program here.

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