The Dominion Paper
The first issue of The Dominion appeared in May, 2003. Three years, 37 issues, and more than 400 original, groundbreaking articles later, The Dominion Newspaper continues to deliver, and interest continues to grow. Sixty thousand people now read The Dominion online each month and we now have almost 100 monthly subscribers to the print edition. The Dominion’s regular and in-depth coverage has been achieved almost entirely on the volunteer hours of editors, writers, and dozens more who are dedicated to the paper’s bold goal: The Dominion aims to be a grassroots national newspaper for Canadians. By publishing interesting, accurate and eye-opening stories on issues of national and international significance, The Dominion provides its readers with the knowledge, understanding and inspiration needed to be responsible, active and engaged citizens. By providing the support and training to enable anyone to write a quality article, we aim to be a participatory newspaper that amplifies a diversity of voices and stories. The Dominion represents a new model of national newspaper in Canada, created unambiguously for the public good rather than for maximizing profit.
No 2010 Olympics on Stolen Native Land
The Palestine Right to Return Group: The Right of Return is a Basic Human Right of All Refugees!
Challenging White Supremacy Workshop
THE CHALLENGING WHITE SUPREMACY WORKSHOP in San Francisco offers fifteen week workshops on becoming an anti-racist activist and organizer. They also offer shorter workshops for organizations that are looking for trainings.
CKLN 88.1 FM
The First Campus Community Radio Station in Toronto. After five years of broadcasting within Ryerson University, CKLN received its FM license from the CRTC in 1983. Our mandate to provide a voice for the various communities, music and arts, that are not represented in mainstream media. Broadcasting from the Ryerson campus with 250 watts, and available in the Greater Toronto Area and surrounding communities; CKLN has become one of the most respected radio stations in Canada. CKLN 88.1 FM is the most diverse musical voice on your FM dial. From rap to thrash, dance to country, blues to bhangra, reggae to rock and more...You'll hear it on CKLN!
Coalition Against Psychiatric Assault
DRUM - Desis Rising Up and Moving
DRUM - Desis Rising Up and Moving is a community based social justice organization of low-income South Asian immigrants and immigrants facing deportation in New York City. Desi is a common term used by people of South Asian descent to identify as people from Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, and parts of the diaspora including Africa, England, Fiji, Guyana, and Trinidad. Our vision is to organize low-income South Asian immigrant for racial, economic, and social justice on critical local struggles and their global roots.
FREEDOM TRAINERS is a group of organizing trainers around the country specializing in organizational change and development with a focus on community building. We are here to help organizations, groups and individuals dismantle oppression through trainings at the personal and organizational level.
The Homeless Nation website has been created to reverse stereotyping, to empower the street community to undertake their own representation, and to foster a national dialogue around the most serious social problem facing us today: homelessness.
Independent Media Centre Indymedia is a collective of independent media organizations and hundreds of journalists offering grassroots, non-corporate coverage. Indymedia is a democratic media outlet for the creation of radical, accurate, and passionate tellings of truth.
Inner City Struggle
Inner City Struggle promotes safe, healthy and non-violent communities by organizing youth and families in Boyle Heights and East Los Angeles to work toward ecomonic and social justice....
Justicia for Migrant Workers
Justicia for Migrant Workers (J4MW) is a volunteer driven political non-profit collective comprised of committed activists from diverse walks of life (including labour activists, educators, researchers, students and youth of colour) based in Toronto, Ontario, and now in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. We are engaged in this work alongside our personal commitments and numerous social justice struggles. J4MW strives to promote the rights of seasonal Caribbean and Mexican migrant workers that annually participate in the federal government's Caribbean & Mexican Seasonal Agricultural Workers Program (known as SAWP). The J4MW collective is is motivated by experiences shared and lessons learned from migrant farm workers over the course of more than three years of community outreach in rural Ontario. As allies, activists and friends we believe migrant workers deserve work with dignity and respect!
No One is Illegal
No One is Illegal (Toronto) is a group of immigrants, refugees and allies who fight for the rights of all migrants to live with dignity and respect. We believe that granting citizenship to a privileged few is part of a racist immigration and border policy designed to exploit and marginalize migrants. We work to oppose these policies, as well as the international economic policies that create the conditions of poverty and war that force migration. At the same time, we also work to support and building alliances with our Indigenous brothers and sisters in their fight against displacement and the ongoing theft of their land. Our demands: * National Regularization Program for non-status people * An end to detentions and deportations * An immediate end to security certificates and secret trials * An end to racial or religious profiling * Recognition of the right to free movement * Recognition of Indigenous sovereignty.
Ontario Coalition Against Poverty
OCAP is a direct-action anti-poverty organization based in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. We mount campaigns against regressive government policies as they affect poor and working people. In addition, we provide direct-action advocacy for individuals against eviction, termination of welfare benefits, and deportation. We believe in the power of people to organize themselves. We believe in the power of resistance.
Ontario Tenants Rights
This is a web guide to Ontario's Landlord and Tenant Act, the Tenant Protection Act, tenants' rights, social justice, and rental housing issues such: as finding apartments for rent, high-rise safety and security, mice, cockroaches, pigeons, and "toxic mold".
In support of prisoners and prison justice activism in Canada.
School of Unity and Liberation
SOUL's mission is to serve as a training center to develop a new multi-racial generation of young organizers.
The Active Solidarity
The ACTIVE SOLIDARITY Collective facilitates participatory workshops in anti-racism for predominately white social justice groups.
The Planting Seeds
Community Awareness Project Workshops and Popular Education Resource Center
The People's Institute
THE PEOPLE'S INSTITUTE is a long-time community organization who pioneered anti-racism workshops. They provide dynamic workshops on Undoing Racism, and have for the past 22+ years.
The Ruckus Society
THE RUCKUS SOCIETY provides environmental, human rights, and social justice organizers with the tools, training, and support needed to achieve their goals.
Tools for Change
TOOLS FOR CHANGE is a multi-cultural organization that promotes healing, leadership development, and sustainable democracy. Our programs, based in collective reflection, open the imagination, inspire dialogue, deepen relationships and empower people's work.
Toronto Disaster Relief Committee
The Toronto Disaster Relief Committee (TDRC) is a group of social policy, health care and housing experts, academics, business people, community health workers, social workers, AIDS activists, anti-poverty activists, people with homelessness experience, and members of the faith community. We provide advocacy on housing and homelessness issues. We declare homelessness as a national disaster, and demand that Canada end homelessness by implementing a fully-funded National Housing Program through the One Percent Solution.
Toronto Video Activist Collective
Training for Change
TRAINING FOR CHANGE is helping groups stand up for justice, peace, and the environment through strategic non-violence.
Virigina Organizing Project
Dismantling racism and combating heterosexism workshops in Virginia.
A huge website updated many times daily and designed to convey information and provide community. Over a quarter of a million people a week use ZNet. Founded in 1995, ZNet offers information through diverse watch areas and sub-sites, translations, archives, links to other progressive sites, a daily commentary program, and much more. The above link goes to the ZNet top page, and the rest, such as Iraq Watch, antiwar materials, debates, recent links, and much much more is all accessible from there.