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Books: Red Skin, White Masks: Rejecting the Colonial Politics of Recognition

review by Daniel Tseghay | August 23, 2014

Part of the history of the last five centuries on these territories is the story of Europeans displacing Indigenous peoples for economic gain. It is this history that Glen Coulthard, in his new book, Red Skin, White Masks: Rejecting the Colonial Politics of Recognition, calls the "violent transformation of noncapitalist forms of life into capitalist ones."

What's New: After the massacre: life in South Africa's platinum mining belt

by Jack Shenker | August 22, 2014

On 16 August 2012, Thembisa Nkuzo was among a group of women who set out from their homes in Nkaneng settlement, in South Africa's platinum mining district, and began walking towards a rocky outcrop just south of the Lonmin mine.

Bullet #1024: Responding to Capitalist Global Disaster: 1914 and Today

by John Riddell | August 22, 2014

On June 28th, one hundred years ago, a Bosnian nationalist assassinated the crown prince of Austria-Hungary, setting in motion a chain of events that led a month later to the outbreak of the First World War. The war shattered the world socialist movement and unleashed an overwhelming social catastrophe in Europe, killing seventeen million soldiers and civilians.

What's New: Transportation Alternatives

| August 21, 2014

Transportation Alternatives' mission is to reclaim New York City's streets from the automobile and to promote bicycling, walking, public transit. With 100,000 active supporters and a committee of activists working locally in every borough, T.A. fights for the installation of infrastructure improvements that reduce speeding and traffic crashes, save lives and improve everyday transportation for all New Yorkers.

What's New: Our City Matters

| August 21, 2014

We want a city with decent jobs, affordable housing, schools that work for our kids and transit that is fast and reliable. The people of Toronto are willing to invest in a city that works well, and one that doesn't leave any our neighbours behind -- because poverty hurts all of us. Torontonians deserve to have new leadership that is tough, respected and willing to fight hard and smart for the interests of all families.

What's New: Baristas Rise Up

| August 21, 2014

In Halifax, Nova Scotia, coffee shop workers at several workplaces have started to come together to try to transform the low wage, precarious work of baristas into something better by forming unions with the SEIU Local 2.

What's New: First Canada-wide Peoples' Social Forum opens this week

by John Bonnar | August 20, 2014

A press conference was held at Bezpala Brown Gallery in Toronto to highlight the historic gathering of thousands of activists and progressive organizations in the first Canada-wide Peoples' Social Forum from August 20-24. Speakers at the press conference included: David McNally, Vanessa Gray, Raul Burbano, and Carol Baker.

What's New: The Peoples' Social Forum

by David P. Ball | August 20, 2014

Will the largest gathering of activists in years succumb to the left's culture of complaint, self-victimization, and fracture, or can platforms for renewed organizing and real strategizing emerge from a weekend in Ottawa?

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Deutsche's 'Wall Street Crash' prediction goes über alles the airwaves September 18, 2014

Ukraine - the ceasefire must hold September 17, 2014

Scotland's democratic revolution September 17, 2014

World economy: getting back to trend? September 17, 2014

Preparing for War With Ukraine's Fascist Defenders of Freedom September 17, 2014

Building a Feminist Left September 17, 2014

Scottish Referendum: 'YES, BUT' September 17, 2014

Dignity September 17, 2014

As Swedish elections loom, cracks start to show in 'Nordic model' September 17, 2014

Gaza and the impact in the region September 16, 2014

3 graphs that show Canada's deep and persistent wealth inequality September 16, 2014

A great betrayal: Trudeau and the Liberals voted for Harper's sell-out FIPA September 16, 2014

Bowing out of the waterfront debate is missed opportunity for John Tory September 16, 2014

Palestine Solidarity and Mass Mobilization September 16, 2014

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7:00pm, Wednesday September 24, 2014
Steelworkers' Hall, 25 Cecil Street, Toronto.

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twinkle starForum: Neoliberalism and the Far Right

Neoliberalism and the Far Right
* Bill Fletcher Jr is co-author of Solidarity Divided: The Crisis in Organized Labor
* Greg Albo is co-editor of Socialist Register

Sponsored by Labour Committee of the GTWA, Centre for Social Justice, Socialist Project, Global Labour Research Centre | Facebook event | PDF poster
7:00pm, Friday September 19, 2014
720 Bathurst St., Toronto.

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: Buses from Toronto to New York for the People's Climate March

This is an invitation to change everything. In September, world leaders are coming to New York City for a UN summit on the climate crisis. UN Secretary­ General Ban Ki-­moon is urging governments to support an ambitious global agreement to dramatically reduce global warming pollution.

With our future on the line and the whole world watching, we'll take a stand to bend the course of history. We'll take to the streets to demand the world we know is within our reach: a world with an economy that works for people and the planet; a world safe from the ravages of extreme climate change; a world with good jobs, clean air and water, and healthy communities.

Details: We will be leaving Toronto on Friday, September 19th in the evening, meeting at 7pm to leave at 8pm at CSI Annex (720 Bathurst, just South of Bloor), and the buses will drive overnight. On Saturday, there will be many climate events in New York City, which we will inform you about closer to the time, although you're free to do as you please. Those who purchase a "Sleepover" ticket will be sleeping on the floor of the Church of St Luke and St Matthew, and both Saturday dinner and Sunday breakfast will be provided. The PCM (march) itself is on Sunday starting at 11:30am, and we will be marching in a group together (meet-up location TBA). We will then depart from NYC on Sunday evening, meeting at 5pm to leave by 6pm, and return to Toronto very early on Monday morning (the exact time of arrival depends on traffic and border crossing, but we should (hopefully) be back in Toronto downtown by 6am).

You must be 18+ to join us. Under 18s will be considered, but must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Please contact us, as logistics need to be worked out on a case-by-case basis. |
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