Why Now?

It’s often occurred to me that individuals and societies resemble one another. Just as in one, so in the many, passions erupt and dissolve in bizarre combinations of infinite diversity. It’s peculiar how closely they resemble one another, for example, in the way perfectly docile people can launch into motion and display a depth of activist commitment and ability for which they have neither training nor experience. Mutatis mutandis the action-fanatic who, despite a lifetime of mental fortification against despair, can slip into a coma and birkenstocks.

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or·gan·ized

For your ocular and cognitive pleasure today I’ve got a short film to share with you about a less discussed component of our modest campaign. The Union. It is no mystery that it is has been the unions of Montreal that have been the engine behind the fight for fifteen. So we invited some members of the McGill community to talk about their first experience with unions and strikes. Check it out here.

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Innovation & Economic Justice: Joined at the Hip

It is time to put aside the petty divisions between workers and scholars of business, science, and art to see that we have shared interests. We need to send a clear message to those at McGill University who hold the purse strings that their greed and inept funding of fundamental research is degrading our ability to create the economy and society we need and deserve.

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