A look at the historical development of race, both as an enduring system of codified power relations and a central pillar for the creation and maintenance of state power.
Mi’kmaq water protectors and non-indigenous allies are blocking a project in so-called Nova Scotia. Their initiative is based on the 1752 Treaty.
In this month’s episode of Trouble, we interview individuals as they explain some of the main principles of counterinsurgency, and identify historical and contemporary examples of how they are put into practice.
In this episode of Trouble, we interview a number of individuals engaged in legal defence and prisoner solidarity, and look at some of the ways we can begin to build movements that are more resilient in the face of state repression.
In this 40 minute talk, US anti-fascist researcher Spencer Sunshine, breaks down the tapestry of white supremacist groups in the USA, and their meteoric rise since Trump got elected.
On Wednesday June 7th, tenants from the Toronto neighbourhood of Parkdale occupied the Landlord & Tenant Board to shut down a hearing for an above guideline rent increase at an apartment building at 87 Jameson Ave.
Montreal radicals began a “week of occupations” by squatting an abandoned hospital that they hope to turn into a housing complex. When the police attacked, they barricaded themselves inside. More actions are planned through the coming week.
A group of autonomous environmentalists in Montreal occupied the offices of EACOM Timber, in opposition to the company’s plan to log forest in the habitat of endangered caribou in Northern Quebec.
On April 6, dozens gathered in Montréal Nord to celebrate the birthday of Fredy Villanueva, a Honduran teen who was shot to death by Montreal Police in August 9 of 2008. Interviews with Nargess from Montréal-Nord Républik, and Ricardo, from the Family Committee.