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LeftStreamed: Class 101: Workers, Middle Class, and the 1%
November 22, 2014
A discussion between John Sharkey and Jordy Cummings about class... what is class, manual vs intellectual labour, what is exploitation, and how does it relate to other oppressions?
by Richard Roman and Edur Velasco Arregui | November 21, 2014
The Mexican government, welcomed as a partner of the Canadian and U.S. governments in continental economic development (NAFTA) and continental security also happens to partner in crime and the slaughter of its own people. The murders and disappearances of the students from Ayotzinapa on September 26, 2014, was a crime of the State.
What's New: The Project - A Socialist Journal Nov./14
| November 20, 2014
Articles on: Russia and the return of class struggle; Rojava, imperialism and the Islamic states; Review: Pride, and more...
Bullet #1057: Dining Out in Dinkytown
by Bryan D. Palmer | November 19, 2014
If you are in Minneapolis, after a hard day's night, the place to go for a morning pick-me-up is Al's Breakfast. Or so I was informed. Being in the Twin Cities in mid-July, I made my way to the legendary AM eatery, located in the heart of Dinkytown, the neighborhood adjacent to the University of Minnesota where Al's is located.
What's New: Turn the Tables Infographic
| November 18, 2014
Indigenous Peoples have existed on this land since before the colonial state of Canada was formed. This relationship with the land came with inherent rights and responsibilities.
by Jacob Van Nest | November 18, 2014
The Windsor Worker's Action Centre conducted research in Windsor and Essex County as part of their Sweatshop Campaign. The project was aimed at identifying workplaces that operated under sweatshop-like conditions in gross violation of Employment Standards Act and Occupational Health and Safety standards in Windsor and Southwest Ontario.
| November 17, 2014
Zory became an international arena for exchanging views on free public transport. The conference was addressed mainly to representatives of local governments, but also research institutions, movements and companies involved in the management of public transport. The purpose of the conference was to disseminate knowledge about free transport.
by Michal Rozworski | November 17, 2014
Another title for this piece could be oil prices and politics. The last few weeks have been full of worries about the fate of Canada's oil sector. Global oil prices are falling, pipelines are stalled and a few prominent tar sands investments have been canceled. All of these stories have been accompanied by cheering from the barricades representing those who want to Canada ween itself off its high-carbon fossil fuel industry as quickly as possible.
Demanding End to War on Black People December 19, 2014
Impressions of Rojava: a report from the revolution December 19, 2014
What part of 'no' does Shawn Atleo not understand? December 19, 2014
Student workers 'have spoken': US labor union backs Israel boycott December 19, 2014
Union urges boycott of buying beer in cans December 19, 2014
Sony versus North Korea December 19, 2014
Belgian unions ground flights, halt trains in national strike December 19, 2014
Dick Cheney Defends the Torture of Innocents December 19, 2014
Greek radical left Syriza prepares for power under Tsipras December 19, 2014
Ukraine crisis: the neo-Nazi brigade fighting pro-Russian separatists December 18, 2014
Harper government leaves $321 million for green programs unspent December 18, 2014
Palestinian FM hails Portugal parliament motion December 18, 2014
Protesters Burn Down Dunkin' Donuts In Response To Police Brutality December 18, 2014In The News archive:
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