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by Nick Fillmore | May 6, 2013
Ever since Stephen Harper took over in Ottawa seven years ago, Canada has needed a strong and powerful social/political movement to stop, or at least slow down, the many destructive measures being carried out by the Conservatives. Finally, in September, 2012, Common Causes, a loosely-knit network of more than 50 groups from the non-governmental sector, labour and the Native community, was born.
What's New: Morgan Freeman, Don't Glorify Israeli Apartheid!
| May 6, 2013
Today, May 6th, 2013, Morgan Freeman plans to accept an award from Canadian Friends of Hebrew University, an institution complicit in Israeli apartheid. Please sign and send this letter that will be delivered to Freeman, asking him not to glorify those supporting abuses of Palestinian human rights. Video
Bullet #816: Declaration of the Social Movements Assembly
by World Social Forum | May 6, 2013
As the Social Movements Assembly of the World Social Forum of Tunisia, 2013, we are gathered here to affirm the fundamental contribution of peoples of Maghreb-Mashrek (from North Africa to the Middle East), in the construction of human civilization.
by Michael A. Lebowitz | May 5, 2013
The centrality of class struggle -- the struggle of two sides and the conditions thereby in which history is made. The paper considers various historical phenomena using the concept of contested reproduction. Recorded at the Workers-Punks University.
What's New: Justice for garment workers!
by Mike Constable | May 5, 2013
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LeftStreamed: The Problem of Labour Imperialism
May 5, 2013
A forum with Kim Scipes and Marion Pollack to discuss the issues and challenges in building international labour solidarity. Moderated by Farid C. Partovi. Recorded in Toronto, 21 April 2013.
by Ali Abunimah | May 4, 2013
Palestinian student groups at Hebrew University have added their voices to growing calls on actor Morgan Freeman and renowned Canadian broadcaster Jian Ghomeshi to pull out of a 6 May Toronto award ceremony and fundraiser hosted by Canadian Friends of Hebrew University. In a 1 May open letter, published on the website of the US Campaign to End the Israeli Occupation, several groups representing Palestinian students wrote to Freeman that, "While The Hebrew University grants you the award for 'combating racism and promoting knowledge and education worldwide,' it shows no signs of combating racism and discrimination within its walls; racism which is flagrantly practiced on daily basis against Arab students."
Speaking Up For Future Generations May 24, 2013
Rebels Without a Pause May 24, 2013
Fault lines - there are two SWP oppositions May 24, 2013
China: Fed up With Growth at Any Cost May 23, 2013
The Faullines May 23, 2013
In Bolivia, Morales faces a challenge from below May 23, 2013
BDS News - May 13 May 22, 2013
Left Unity and the need for a broad party May 21, 2013
Capitalists win, all others lose in B.C. election May 21, 2013
Oregon's fight for postal jobs May 21, 2013In The News archive:
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Lessons from the Greek Left
Michalis Spourdalakis is a founding member of Syriza and currently serves on its policy planning committee. Professor of Political Science at Athens University and current chair of the Hellenic Political Science Association, he is also on the Secretariat of Nicos Poulantzas Institute, and a corresponding editor of the Socialist Register. He is the author of many books including The Rise of the Greek Socialist Party and Party of European Socialists: Prospects and Challenges. His is a frequent contributor on Greek politics for The Bullet, and his essay "Left Strategy in the Greek Cauldron: Explaining Syriza's Success" appears in The Socialist Register 2013.
The Bullet No. 643: Syriza's Rise
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| 4:00pm, Friday May 24, 2013
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