Book launch and celebration: The Best of rabble.ca 2013 Edition
Thursday, June 20, 7pm
People's Coop Bookstore, 1391 Commercial Drive
Join rabble.ca for a book launch -- as we celebrate and look back on the big social movements of the past year.
Books will be for sale for $10. We're launching! Join us as we launch our book best of rabble.ca 2013 edition and as we launch or supporting membership drive! You can buy up a copy (or two) of the book, or even get it as a thank you gift from us (along with a magazine subscription) by becoming a supporting member.
About the Book: Best of rabble.ca - 2013 Edition
Read Judy Rebick's reflections on the 2012 political year, Maher Arar on Torture, Pam Palmater on Harper's attack on Indigenous people, Karl Nerenberg on the racism facing the Roma, and Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois on capitalism, Quebec politics and the student movement. And that's not all! Keep reading and you will find Murray Dobbin on the need to talk taxes, Priya Sarin on eroding labour rights, Nora Loreto on the responsibility to act for non-Indigenous people. Plus tons more!
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