Issue 58, July 2018

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1.Women’s Day March (14:11)

Powerful, angry International Women’s Day march in Toronto – demanding justice for murdered First Nations 15 year old Tina Fontaine.

2. Toronto Camp (4:17)

Young indigenous women set up a camp outside Toronto Old Town Hall demanding justice for murdered and missing indigenous women.

3. Toronto TAs strike (3:03)

Teaching assistants at York University in Toronto strike after management cut 800 TA posts.

4. Free New York! End Mass Incarceration (12:40)

Protestors at New York state government in Albany testify to the horrors of the modern slavery that is mass incarceration.

5. Minnesota: March For Our Lives (11:37)

Thousands of students march for gun controls, joined by students from the Florida school that kickstarted this huge movement.

6. Kentucky: The Poor Peoples Campaign (12:57)

Relaunch of the 1968 campaign that Dr. Martin Luther King was working on when he died, and probably got him assassinated.

7. West Virginia: Teachers Revolt (13:44)

As more and more teachers take unofficial strike action to defend education, West Virginia teachers explain how they started the movement.

8. California: The Poor Peoples Campaign (12:16)

Direct action in Sacramento from week 2 of the campaign that has seen over 2,000 people arrested already.

9. California Police Murders: Pass Bill SK1421 (13.02)

The powerful movement in Oakland that led to Occupy and Black Lives Matter demands more transparency, in the state with more police murders than any other.

10. Orgreave Truth & Justice Rally 2018 (7:58)

The campaign for a full public inquiry into the police riot at Orgreave goes from strength to strength.

TOTAL 104:43