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What's New: Joe Mihevc and Toronto politicians are "ripping off" the TTC -- Not transit riders!

by Michael Laxer | April 21, 2016

Toronto City Councillor Joe Mihevc thinks the TTC has a problem -- and that problem is all those dastardly fare evaders who are allegedly ripping the fine city of Toronto off! Mihevc went on TV to state: “I take the streetcar virtually every day on St. Clair. I notice the number of people boarding on the back door and I do wonder whether some of them are getting a free ride,” Mihevc told CP24 on Friday afternoon.

What's New: U.S. War on Terror Leaves 1.3 Million Dead in 3 Countries

by Physicians for Social Responsibility | April 21, 2016

The U.S.-led war on terror which began Sep. 11, 2001, has left at least 1.3 million people dead—mostly civilians—in 12 years in Iraq, Afghanistan and Pakistan, a 101-page report revealed. The report, called “Body Count,” written by 1985 Nobel Peace Prize winners Physicians for Social Responsibility and Physicians for Global Survival and International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War, criticizes the mainstream media and the United States and its allies for grossly and intentionally underestimating death tolls in the three countries.

What's New: De Beers' Colonial Plunder in Attawapiskat

by Jay Watts | April 20, 2016

In 1995, a report issued as part of the Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples called suicide “one of the most urgent problems facing aboriginal communities." 22 years later, Canada’s ongoing colonial project is still taking a staggering and gruesome toll on the health and lives of First Nations. In Attawapiskat, a community of close to 2,000, there were 11 suicide attempts last Saturday, on top of 100 suicide attempts since last September.

Bullet #1249: Crisis in Brazil

| April 20, 2016

Since the 1980s, Brazil's Workers' Party has been one of the largest political parties of the left in Latin America. It has held power at the federal level in Brazil, in coalition with other parties, since January 2003, and figured prominently as one of the central representatives of the ‘pink tide’ running against neoliberalism in Latin America. But just as the pink tide has been fracturing, from internal challenges in some cases and electoral reaction in others, a deep institutional crisis is consuming the PT government of Dilma Rousseff and, indeed, exposing political rot across the state institutions.

What's New: A Socialist Case for Leaving the EU

by Neil Davidson | April 19, 2016

Faced with the impending referendum on British membership of the European Union (EU), and the reactionary arguments which dominate on both sides, socialists might be forgiven for echoing Mercutio’s dying cry in Romeo and Juliet of “a plague o’ both your houses” and opting for abstention. It is certainly true that the radical left cannot join either of the highly fragmented “official” camps, both of which espouse anti-working class politics of one variety or another.

What's New: Pipelines or pipedreams? The Leap Manifesto and Alberta's dilemma

by Christopher Majka | April 19, 2016

It's clear that the climate is changing. The Paris Agreement on climate change brought together 195 nations representing virtually the entire planet in what many understood was the last chance to achieve a framework agreement that might have a chance to keep climate change within reasonable bounds that would not radically destabilize the planet and human civilization along with it.

What's New: New on Real Peoples Media

| April 19, 2016

Among the latest news.... Kanien'keha (Mohawk) Talk Show; Onondaga Chief Arnie General 1932-2016; A group of 30-40 Indigenous activists and allies from Black Lives Matter - have occupied the office of Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada (INAC) at 25 St. Clair in Toronto...

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7:00pm, Friday May 20, 2016
Beit Zatoun, 612 Markham St., Toronto.

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twinkle starForum: Symbolic Violence and Liberal Settler-Colonialism

Glen Coulthard is Yellowknives Dene and an assistant professor in the First Nations and Indigenous Studies Program and the Department of Political Science at the University of British Columbia. He is the author of Red Skin, White Masks: Rejecting the Colonial Politics of Recognition (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2014), winner of the 2016 Caribbean Philosophical Association's Frantz Fanon Award for Most Outstanding Book.

This event is sponsored by the International Political Economy and Ecology Summer School (IPEE), an annual graduate seminar organized by the Faculty of Environmental Studies and the Departments of Political Science and Geography at York University. Co-sponsors include the Global Labour Research Centre, York University (GLRC), Historical Materialism, No One Is Illegal Toronto, Socialist Project, and the Centre for Social Justice. | Facebook event
7:00pm, Wednesday May 11, 2016
Palmerston Library Theatre, 560 Palmerston Ave, Toronto.

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: Marx in Soho

Howard Zinn’s acclaimed one-man play Marx in Soho, published in 1999 and performed around the world, offers a compelling portrait of one of the modern era’s most influential thinkers. Karl Marx returns to tell stories about his family, his activism, and his writing career, and to dispel myths and misinterpretations that have emerged around his ideas. "I'm not a Marxist," he insists, yet he speaks forcefully but intimately about the social and economic inequalities that continue to plague western society. Humorous, wistful, and passionate in defence of the oppressed, Zinn's Marx is an inspiring figure to spend an evening with. Starring Jeff Bate Boerop and directed by John Ball, this production has had two successful runs in Fredericton, New Brunswick.

Co-sponsored by Canadian Union of Public Employees Local 1281, Steelworkers' Toronto Area Council - STAC, and Historical Materialism Toronto | Facebook event
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