REMEMBER | RESIST | REDRAW
A radical history poster project by the Graphic History Collective and their collaborators illuminates the past so we can dream the future.
SOUTH ASIAN CANADIAN FARMWORKERS RISING
Harji Sangra shares what it was like to be part of the groundbreaking farmworkers’ movement in 1980s British Columbia.
UNION ZINDABAD! SOUTH ASIAN CANADIAN LABOUR HISTORY
Despite coercion and violence, the Canadian Farmworkers Union persevered, winning union certifications and shining a spotlight on the dark corner where farmworkers had been shunted by government and an unaware public.
LABOUR MILITANCY & A HISTORY OF THE RIGHT TO STRIKE IN CANADA
Canadian governments have used back-to-work legislation almost 150 times since the 1970s.
Mozart Mimms Remembers
THE STEPHEN ENDICOTT WORKERS’ HISTORY AWARD
Our Times is looking for submissions about workers’ history, and there will be a prize for the winning entry!
A WALKING TOUR THROUGH LABOUR HISTORY SITES
Labour history? Don’t get me started. A history geek and a union nerd is me.
A PLANETARY COP-OUT
Media stunts and young people’s direct action haven’t forced governments to take climate change seriously. Luckily, the climate movement’s strategy has evolved.
15 HAVE YOUR SAY
The 11th World Festival for Youth and Students in Cuba was a lifechanging event for the 18,500 young people from 145 countries who attended.
BUFFY SAINTE-MARIE: CARRY IT ON
The riveting documentary Buffy Sainte-Marie: Carry It On shines with the joy of the musician as activist.
As good historians do, writer Ron Verzuh lets the trade unionists in Smelter Wars tell their own story.
OUR MEMBERS BE UNLIMITED
Sam Wallman’s intricately detailed comic provides unique insights on the state of the labour movement.
1954 THE KNIFE SHARPENER’S BELL
48 ON TRUTH AND RECONCILIATION
WHAT DOES RECONCILIATION LOOK LIKE?
You cannot have reconciliation without reparations. How we can make reparations a reality.