Monthly Archives: April 2013

Arrêtez de frapper sur nos enfants

REPORT : Repression, Discrimination and Québec’s 2012 Student Strike

[en traduction – bientôt en français] I have been waiting for the report (Répression, discrimination et la grève étudiante: analyse et témoignages for a while and I look forward to reading it more closely. The report (currently in French only)

Arrêtez de frapper sur nos enfants

REPORT : Repression, Discrimination and Québec’s 2012 Student Strike

[en traduction – bientôt en français] I have been waiting for the report (Répression, discrimination et la grève étudiante: analyse et témoignages for a while and I look forward to reading it more closely. The report (currently in French only)

Poster created by Le Malaka in September 2012 after the election of the Parti québécois.

Remnant legislation P-6 less represented in archives than Bill 78

[Lire en français] During Québec’s 2012 student strike, two antidemocratic laws were passed to control and limit the right to demonstrate. One bylaw to pass was done at the municipal level (bylaw P-6) and the second was passed by provincial

Poster created by Le Malaka in September 2012 after the election of the Parti québécois.

Remnant legislation P-6 less represented in archives than Bill 78

[Lire en français] During Québec’s 2012 student strike, two antidemocratic laws were passed to control and limit the right to demonstrate. One bylaw to pass was done at the municipal level (bylaw P-6) and the second was passed by provincial

ici comme ailleurs... david

Portraits: Here as elsewhere, we have reason to revolt!

[en traduction – bientôt en français] On Wednesday, March 13 during the Masses & Médias 2013 event, I decided to do a portrait series of photographs with the wall of banners on exhibit as a backdrop. The idea is not

ici comme ailleurs... david

Portraits: Here as elsewhere, we have reason to revolt!

[en traduction – bientôt en français] On Wednesday, March 13 during the Masses & Médias 2013 event, I decided to do a portrait series of photographs with the wall of banners on exhibit as a backdrop. The idea is not