A reflection on stories and the strike written for Pop. Ed. II.
On Thursday, April 30th, members of the FES “Popular Education for Social Change” course screened “Red Square on a Blackboard,” a feature-length documentary on the 2012 Quebec Strikes. For those […]
Join us on Tuesday, April 7th, at Steelworkers Hall (25 Cecil Street), for two panel discussions of current social movements resisting the neoliberal agenda. The programme will include a screening of Red Square […]
The 2015 strikes of CUPES 3902 and 3903 might seem local at first, but they are in fact part of a much larger struggle against the privatization of the university. […]
What is the larger political context of the 2015 CUPE strike? What socio-economic pressures precipitated the standoff? Andrew Winchur talks to Eve Haque about equity, bureaucracy and neoliberalism at York […]