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Does feminism discriminate against men?

Source: Rabble Most people who understand oppression and who understand feminism agree that we live within a social system that is largely defined by patriarchy. Within this system, men have a certain kind of power and privilege that is not … Continue reading

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Linguicide: Submersion education and the killing of languages in Canada

Kyle Dupont & Andrea Bear Nicholas Rabble While it is assumed that linguicide died with the closure of the last residential school in 1996, in truth it continues as a covert policy into the present. As Roland Chrisjohn stated, “residential … Continue reading

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Lessons from Moncton’s water privatization experience

Ema Lui Rabble In a recent CBC The Current radio interview, Elizabeth Brubaker, Environment Probe’s executive director, debated Council of Canadians’ Trade Campaigner Stuart Trew on water privatization in Canada within the context of the Canada-EU Comprehensive and Economic Trade … Continue reading

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University of Alberta vs. Nestle: Controversy and honorary degrees

Scott Harris Rabble The University of Alberta is embroiled in controversy over its decision to award an honorary degree to Peter Brabeck-Letmathe, the Chair of Nestlé, the largest multinational food and water corporation in the world and one of the … Continue reading

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Needs No Introduction: The politics of climate change

Pat Mooney Rabble Pat Mooney is the author and co-author of several books on the politics of biotechnology and biodiversity, and the award-winning director of the ETC Group. This week he spoke about whether we should trust the system that … Continue reading

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