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    A year in revolt

    Since September, a wave of protests has swept across the globe. Inequality and its violent maintenance is at the heart of the discontent.

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    AMLO’s contradiction

    Mexico’s new president promised “the end of neoliberalism.” But as he forces through megaprojects and steamrolls over Indigenous dissent, activists are beginning to understand that anti-neoliberal doesn’t always mean anti-capitalist.

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    Be careful with each other

    Why are activists burning out, and what can be done to stop it?

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    The lie of anti-consumerism

    Anti-consumerism is a noxious, tone-deaf, and fundamentally reactionary concept that absolves capitalism of its crimes – and should quickly be banished from serious leftist discourse.

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    Oil’s Deep State

    The fossil fuel industry has the Canadian government by the throat – but it’s been a long time coming. Joseph Laforest reviews Oil’s Deep State, by Kevin Taft.

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    A Thousand More Beds

    The homeless shelter system in Canada’s largest city is in crisis – but anti-poverty and housing activists are fighting the systemic abandonment of homeless people, and they’re winning important gains.

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    The Honduran Election Crisis

    Canadian capital stands to benefit from the fraudulent election of a far right-wing government that has brought down the full force of the military on Hondurans – particularly on activists like Berta Cáceres.

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    The Queer Film Festival Quandary

    Queer film festivals on the Canadian Prairies are being squeezed: facing scarce funding and pressures to grow, many are turning to big corporations for funding. But what happens to anti-oppressive queer politics when the purse strings are held by capitalist interests?

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    Academia, Inc.

    Canadian universities are increasingly resembling corporations. How can academics resist the neoliberal project?

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    Higher Education’s Silent Killer

    Audit culture makes academics more compliant and steers them away from social engagement. University faculty have a duty to resist, and doing so will require breaking some of their own habits.

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    Drug War Capitalism

    Anyone seeking to understand capitalism’s evolving capacity to consolidate and extend its power must come to terms with the drug war.

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    Reinventing universities from below: A conversation with Alan Sears

    Universities are not designed to meet student needs and that must change.

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    Why Board Games, Why Now?

    In a wired world, why are so many people playing board games again?

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    Locked Arms & Open Hearts (For Ayotzinapa)

    Students from the Okanagan Valley mobilize for Ayotzinapa

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    The Rise of Philanthrocapitalism

    Why have our cities become increasingly stratified places, where farmers’ markets flourish amid escalating inequality and skyrocketing housing costs?

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    An Education in Gentrification

    Cuts to public services, rising housing costs, the corporatization of education, and police repression do not affect all people equally. Racialized communities like Toronto’s Regent Park bear the brunt of the neoliberal transformation of our cities.

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    Culture of arrogance and hypocrisy thrives in University of Saskatchewan governance

    A culture of arrogance, hypocrisy, and secrecy thrives in the governance structure of the University of Saskatchewan.

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    Against TransformUS: A timeline of student resistance

    Charting the student movement at the University of Saskatchewan.

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    The neoliberal education mash-up

    What do open plan schools, standardized testing, and public-private partnerships have in common?

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    Generation War or Generational Justice?

    Generational justice will be key to any escape from the sinkhole of 3 decades of neoliberalism.