Sept. 7, 2013: For the second time in a week, Winnipeggers rallied in solidarity with the people of Syria and in opposition to a US led attack. After a brief gathering on the steps of the Manitoba Legislature, the demonstrators took to the streets to hand out literature and talk with their fellow Winnipeggers.
. . . → Read More: Paul S. Graham: Video: Winnipeg Peace in Syria Rally
Aug. 31, 2013: Two of the Winnipeggers who gathered at the Canadian Human Rights Museum to oppose military intervention in Syria. Photo: Paul S. Graham
By Peace Alliance Winnipeg
As the United States moves closer to a direct military strike on Syria, the world draws closer to a conflict that could spread well . . . → Read More: Paul S. Graham: Canada must work for peace in Syria
Aug. 31, 2013: Winnipeggers rallied to voice opposition to foreign intervention in Syria’s civil war. Photo: Paul S. Graham
About 50 Winnipeggers rallied at the Canadian Museum of Human Rights Saturday afternoon to express their opposition to foreign military interventions in Syria. The rally, organized by Winnipeg Alternative Media, was one of many . . . → Read More: Paul S. Graham: VIDEO: Winnipeg Rally “No War with Syria”
Oct. 6, 2012: A passerby reads a leaflet distributed by Peace Alliance Winnipeg in Osborne Village. Photo: Paul S. Graham
Activists in at least 6 Canadian cities joined in the International Day of Action yesterday to carry the message “Don’t attack Iran” to our fellow citizens.
In Winnipeg, Peace Alliance Winnipeg held an . . . → Read More: Paul S. Graham: International Day of Action on Iran in Winnipeg
Canada’s Chief of Defence Staff Gen. Walt Natynczyk Photo: Jake Wright, The Canadian Press
This interview with Canada’s Chief of Defence Staff says more about the psychopathology of militarism than I would have believed could be found in a daily newspaper. Read along with me and ask yourself what kind of madness are . . . → Read More: Paul S. Graham: Canada’s military: soldiers or psychopaths?
Forget Hallmark and Big Flora — Mother’s Day is (and always has been) for radicals:
Mother’s Day began in America in 1870 when Julia Ward Howe wrote the Mother’s Day Proclamation. Written in response to the American Civil War and the Franco-Prussian War, her proclamation called on women to use their position as mothers to . . . → Read More: bastard.logic: Reappropriating Mother’s Day