Boycotting Amazon on Black Friday, the e-commerce’s behemoth’s profitable day of the year, would #MakeAmazonPay for its widely-documented labour malpractices, anti-democratic practices, and ongoing COVID-19 profiteering, says Greek economist Yanis Varoufakis.
News and hard-hitting, insightful, thoughtful, provocative and progressive analysis of activism in Canada and around the world.
Indigenous-led Tiny House Warriors build homes to stop Kinda Morgan’s Trans Mountain projectIndigenous-led Tiny House Warriors build homes to stop Kinda Morgan’s Trans Mountain project
Indigenous-led Tiny House Warriors are building homes in the path of the Kinder Morgan's Trans Mountain pipeline to protest the project, which would increase the flow of Alberta tar sands to the Vancouver coast from the current 300,000 barrels a day to 890,000.
How activists of color lose battles against Facebook’s moderator armyHow activists of color lose battles against Facebook’s moderator army
While Facebook professes a commitment to stopping hate, harassment and discrimination, the social media behemoth's reporting policies and human moderators often punish users of color who speak out against racism or justifiably criticize white people.
Why the July 12 net neutrality day of action in the United States mattersWhy the July 12 net neutrality day of action in the United States matters
It's the day a coalition of websites, technology companies, digital rights organizations, and internet users joined forces to to protest the Federal Communications Commission's plan "to toss out net neutrality rules that preserve Internet freedom and prevent cable and telecommunications companies from controlling what we can see and do online."