«La charte des distractions» propose un regard critique sur le projet de loi 60 du Parti Québécois, actuellement discuté dans l’espace public. La complexité des multiples enjeux soulevés à l’occasion du débat y est explorée par des intervenant-e-s touché-e-s de diverses manières par ce projet de Charte. Participez à la discussion sur le film — sur facebook: Participez à la discussion sur le film — sur twitter: #chartelefilm ( )
The lockout of Pacific Northwest grain workers has hit a full year.
Thanks to the support of environmental frontline activists and our support networks, the fundraising campaign for the newest edition of the Earth First! Direct Action Manual (or DAM) has been a huge success. But it’s not over yet! There’s still time to preorder a copy for yourself and/or a group or organization of your choice. Preorders will be prioritized, so by donating now you’ll ensure that you receive your copy in the first run of mail-outs.
Living off the land, Alaska Natives defend the world’s largest salmon runs against the impacts of the world’s largest gold mine, the proposed Pebble Mine. We Can’t Eat Gold ,, a new independent documentary covered in the Guardian , opens a space for Alaska Native elders and youth to share their subsistence ways of life, before the U.S. government decides whether to permit Vancouver, BC based mining company Northern Dynasty Minerals LLC.
They are veterans of a coordinated campaign from the banking/industrial/media/suppression complex. I am humbled by their efforts.
Know how southern Republican politicians who support “right to work” laws claim they’re not against unions as such — just against closed shop contracts that force workers to join a union as a condition of employment? They’re liars. The negative outcome of the recent UAW certification vote at the Volkswagen plant in Chattanooga proves that, if you needed any more proof.