No One Is Illegal-Vancouver Coast Salish Territories presents an interview with Mordecai Briemberg as part of "Inheriting Resistance: A Community History Project."
I am sorry to say that in spite of my good intentions and my best efforts, it's no longer possible for me to answer all of your letters. I'm so sorry.
Everywhere we went in Gaza, we met people who were very familiar -– and deeply appalled and disturbed -– by the record of the Canadian government on Palestine.
Today is my halfway day. In a few hours I'll have served exactly five and one third months and will have exactly five and one third months to go. 162 days. It's time to assess and reflect.
Aug 7, 2012 to Aug 8, 2012
McNabb community Centre (TBC)
180 Percy StreetK1R 6E5 Ottawa , ON
Canada45° 24' 33.7824" N, 75° 42' 5.8392" W
A panel with some current and former political prisoners talking about their experiences as activists, experiences of repression and resistance to the prison industrial complex.
"What's the food like?" Everyone wants to know. It's by far the most common question people ask me after "how are you?" And "do you need anything?"
Unit two is a maximum-security section of Vanier Centre for Women where Claire McKenzie was a 2F inmate when she was released recently, but during her time here she also experienced life on 2D and 2E.
I've been excited for May Day for weeks now, which is funny because I won't be able to go to any marches or actions or events this year.
April 16 was my 38th birthday. In the morning I came out of my cell to find a card signed by most of the people on the range.
People's Health Radio
PHR checks in with the anti-gentrification struggle in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside and examines the health consequences of mass incarceration and political imprisonment of peoples in struggle.