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What's New: On Art Activism

by Boris Groys | July 5, 2014

Current discussions about art are very much centered on the question of art activism -- that is, on the ability of art to function as an arena and medium for political protest and social activism. The phenomenon of art activism is central to our time because it is a new phenomenon.

What's New: Socialist Register panel at Left Forum

| July 5, 2014

Registering Class in 21st century Socialist Strategy. Presentations by Bryan Palmer, Vivek Chibber and Arun Gupta.

Books: Languages of the Unheard: Why Militant Protest is Good for Democracy

review by Carl J. Griffin | July 4, 2014

Since 2011 swathes of protest, rebellion, and rioting have covered the globe. Challenging us to consider arson attacks against empty buildings, Black Bloc streetfighting tactics and industrial sabotage, amongst an array of other militant action, Stephen D'Arcy aims to show a crucial contrast between democratic and undemocratic action, rather than violence and non-violence.

What's New: The emergence of the neoliberal containment state in Canada

by Aiyanas Ormond | July 4, 2014

The last decade in Canada has seen the strengthening of the instruments of repression of the Canadian State such that we can now begin to describe and analyze the neoliberal containment state as a specific set of policies and institutions. These policies and institutions are aimed at containing the growing social 'disorder' and emerging resistance that have resulted from 30 years of the neoliberal economic order.

What's New: Toronto Talks Transit

| July 3, 2014

Herman Rosenfeld from TTC Riders is our guest this week in the final installment of our Toronto Talks Transit series. In this episode, we delve further into the specifics about how transit actually functions, and more specifically what it needs to function well. Herman talks about transit philosophy and it's role in city management.

What's New: Employment Insurance in Canada: Hitting Rock Bottom

| July 3, 2014

Cuts to Canada's Employment Insurance Program are making it harder to help our most vulnerable, reduce inequality, protect seasonal workers and ensure a more fair and prosperous future for our country. This video highlights the decline of the EI program over the last 25 years.

Books: Unions Matter

review by Andrew Jackson | July 3, 2014

This excellent book on why unions and a strong labour movement are essential building blocks of a sound economy and of a just and democratic society deserves to be widely circulated. It is accessible to individual labour activists who wish to deepen their understanding of the role of unions -- both inside and outside the workplace -- and should be widely adopted for use in post-secondary labour studies courses and union educational programs.

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 In The News 

Raw AP footage of West Bank Clashes July 26, 2014

'If not now, when?' On BDS and 'singling out' Israel July 26, 2014

Israel is the Occupying power July 25, 2014

New Toronto G20 footage from inside detention centre released July 25, 2014

U.S. Jews occupy Israeli army support office in NY in civil disobedience action July 25, 2014

Blinded by Israel, Visionless in Gaza July 25, 2014

'The Right to Protect' and the loss of Parliament's moral compass July 25, 2014

The deafening silence around the Hamas proposal for a 10-year truce July 25, 2014

US Aid To Israel -- The Real Deal July 25, 2014

How to Fix Venezuela's Troubled Exchange Rate July 24, 2014

Venezuela: Chavista debate more than 'pragmatists vs radicals', 'Trotsky vs Stalin' July 24, 2014

Massive Attack make Gaza statement using headline stage at Longitude Festival July 24, 2014

Enough. It's time for a boycott July 24, 2014

Netanyahu's 'Telegenically Dead' Comment Is Grotesque but Not Original July 24, 2014

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1:00pm, Saturday July 26, 2014
Human Rights Monument, Elgin and Lisgar, Ottawa.

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: Protest in Solidarity with Gaza

Even before the arrival of the ground assault on Thursday, the casualties have been growing by the hour, with Israeli strikes on civilian homes, clearly-marked press vehicles, hospitals and homes for the elderly and people with disabilities.

There is nowhere for people in Gaza to hide. The cruel blockade imposed on Gaza denies them medical supplies necessary to save lives.

With repeated attacks on helpless civilian targets, with the number of dead Palestinian women, children and elderly growing rapidly, this aggression can only be called one thing: a massacre.

Join us to protest this ongoing massacre and to raise awareness about the atrocities being committed to the people of Palestine which are not being covered by the biased media.

Organized by the Association of Palestinian Arab Canadians, Independent Jewish Voices and community allies.
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