WINTER 2016-17

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PUTTING "ALT-RIGHT'S" RACISM IN CONTEXT

The use of the term alt-right is just another example of people learning to use socially palatable language when talking about supremacist projects.
By Ameil Joseph

SECRETS OF SUCCESSFUL ORGANIZING

Talk isn't cheap when it leads to organizing. Labor Notes gives us tools that can help reverse the apathy, one worker at a time.
By Melissa Keith

WE ARE WATCHING

Activists Lorraine Kakaza and Boledi Susan Moraba are part of a growing movement that aims to change the way mining companies do business in South Africa.
By Lorraine Kakaza, Boledi Susan Moraba and Jorge Garcia-Orgales

THE LIVEABLE CITY

Launched less than a year ago, the Urban Worker Project and its successes are impossible to ignore.
By Haseena Manek

SHORT STORY
A GUY IN THE UNION

Denis Stokes could take an insight such as Ohm's law or the golden rule, and turn a truth over and over like a prism until he'd become one with its light.
By Denis Stokes Jr.

DEPARTMENTS

NOTES

Asbestos Banned * Viola Desmond on the Money * Hell's History

WEBWORK
CHAOS & CLICKTIVISM

20,000 Walmart workers in China organized against aggressive employer and state opposition using WeChat almost exclusively.
By Derek Blackadder

OUR TIMES TALLY

Percentage of people in Canada who believe they "don't have enough for basic essentials: 9
Percentage of people in India who believe this: 8
By Sean Cain

CLIMATE/JUSTICE
CANADA’S STANDING ROCK(S)

Here at home, there are dozens of similar struggles playing out across the country. One question lies at the heart of each of them.
By James Hutt

PASSING THE TORCH
A TRIBUTE TO DINAH GREENBERG (1959—2016)

If the space ran out before the stories did, she would simply say, "Don't worry about it. We can fix it."
By Lorraine Endicott

HAVE YOUR SAY
McCOLLEGE CREDITS, SUPERSIZED!

McDonald's latest foray into the Canadian education arena is a massive, province-wide partnership with Colleges Ontario.
By Erika Shaker

REVIEW
BURNLEY "ROCKY" JONES: REVOLUTIONARY

Rocky Jones taught through storytelling, through improvisation, through the rhythms of what George Elliott Clarke recognizes as purely Africadian expression.
Review by El Jones

COMMENTARY
MOBILIZE NOW AGAINST FASCISM

We are now at an inflection point in history, like it or not.
By Stephen Elliott-Buckley

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