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Bullet #1019: If Palestinians Were Human Beings

by Shourideh C. Molavi | August 6, 2014

Today the struggle for people of conscience appears to be less about convincing people that Israel is committing war crimes against Palestinians or grossly violating international law. Instead the struggle has become about convincing the world that Palestinians are human beings too.

What's New: "We won't stand for annihilation" in Palestine

by Cornel West | August 6, 2014

Democratic Socialist philosopher Cornell West speaks at the pro-Palestinian march on Washington, where he juxtaposes issues facing Palestinians to issues facing African Americans in The United States today.

What's New: Take a Stand for Peace and Justice in Israel and Palestine

| August 6, 2014

Enough. The world needs you to take a stand for peace and justice, to recognize that fellow human beings -- both Israeli and Palestinian -- are suffering. We must all do what we can -- however simple -- to end this cycle of violence.

What's New: NDP Must Condemn Israeli Aggression and Harper's Lies

| August 6, 2014

Since the Israeli Defence Forces invaded the Gaza Strip on July 8th, the death toll has passed 1,500 people, the vast majority of them civilians. As members of Solidarity Halifax, we have been reacting in horror as Israeli aggression in the Gaza Strip continues to kill, injure, and displace Palestinians. We are not able to say the same of our Canadian political parties.

What's New: Gaza support Rally in Vancouver

by Sid Shniad | August 5, 2014

Sid Shniad from the Independent Jewish Voices of Canada speaks at a Gaza support Rally in Vancouver.

What's New: Auf, auf zum Kampf, zum Kampf!

by Bertolt Brecht | August 5, 2014

German singer Hannes Wader sings 'Auf, auf zum Kampf, zum Kampf' (Up, up, let's fight). It's a classic song of the German left, with an early version coming to prominence during the Franco-Prussian War (1870-71). In 1919, poet Bertolt Brecht wrote a new version in reaction to the murders of Rosa Luxemburg and Karl Liebknecht.

What's New: Latest G7 declaration against Russia over Ukraine heightens war threat in Eastern Europe

by Roger Annis | August 5, 2014

In a statement issued on July 30, the leaders of the top seven imperialist countries in the world plus the European Council and the European Commission express concern over what they call an ongoing threat by the Russian government to the 'territorial integrity' of Ukraine.

What's New: The Nazification of Israel

by Aijaz Ahmad | August 4, 2014

By brazenly resorting to Nazi-style rhetoric and methods of persecution in Palestine, Israel, with the consent of the majority of its own people and the unlimited support of the United States, perpetrates the kind of crimes that the Jewish state claims as the raison d'etre of its own creation in 1948. (Originally published April 2006.)

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Israeli propaganda starts to wear thin August 23, 2014

Who is an 'Outside Agitator'? August 22, 2014

Solidarity networks as a means of building resistance to austerity August 22, 2014

Strange Fruit in Ferguson August 22, 2014

Palestinians in Israel beaten, arrested for Gaza support August 22, 2014

Mass action planned against foreclosures bill August 22, 2014

CETA, temporary workers, and the attack on middle class jobs August 22, 2014

The People's Republics in eastern Ukraine between militias and oligarchs August 21, 2014

My plea to the people of Israel: Liberate yourselves by liberating Palestine August 21, 2014

Second statement of solidarity with the Palestinian people August 21, 2014

The New Japanese Nationalism August 21, 2014

Europe's Greater Depression is worse than the 1930s August 21, 2014

Why I'm on the picket line August 21, 2014

Torture is neither inevitable nor endless: a reply to Gerald Caplan August 21, 2014

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2:00pm, Saturday August 23, 2014
Nathan Phillips Square, 100 Queen St West, Toronto.

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: 19th Annual Toronto-Cuba Friendship Day

This year we are celebrating Cuban Culture and Sport, from 2 to 8 pm. We are featuring the Cuban Band - Grupo Moncada, direct from Cuba. As well we have Pablo Terry's Sold de Cuba band, Salsa lessons, Cuban Food, Sugar Cane juice, a beer garden and information tables, including about the Pan American Games in 2015. The official Cuban Flag Raising ceremony will be at 3 pm.
August 21 - August 23, 2014
University of Ottawa, Ottawa.

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People's University: Rattling the Cage

Rattling the Cage
In the framework of the People's Social Forum, the Nouveaux Cahiers du socialisme, in collaboration with the magazine Canadian Dimension, presents the 5th annual People's University: Rattling the Cage.

Join Leo Panitch, Clayton Thomas Muller, Judy Rebick, Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois, Linda McQuaig, Maude Barlow and many others! | Facebook event | PDF poster
August 21 - August 24, 2014
University of Ottawa, Ottawa.

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: Peoples Social Forum

Build together, Win together! The Future is Ours!

A grassroots, historical gathering of progressives from Québec, Canada and First Nations, The Peoples' Social Forum wants to stimulate debate, discussion and further our sense of community and collective action.

The Social Forum March to Parliament Hill: Many members are gathering at 2pm at the Canadian War Museum. The Ottawa & District Labour Council encourages Ottawa area locals to come out with a strong contingent of members, and to bring local union flags. The March will commence at 3:00pm to the Hill until close around 6:00pm. | | Toronto caravan | Facebook event
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