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Philippines ships 69 containers of dumped rubbish back to Canada (repost)

A cargo ship carrying tonnes of rubbish dumped in the Philippines by Canada more than five years ago, causing a festering diplomatic row, has left the Southeast Asian country, as nations in the region increasingly reject serving as dumpsites for wealthier states. Read the rest of this post on the …

Spring Sale at Leftwingbooks.NET :)

Spring is finely here, and so is our next big book sale; titles from AK Press, PM Press, Common Notions, Haymarket, and of course Kersplebedeb Publishing — time to get your summer reading books, now! We have knocked up to 50% off on dozens of titles at at Kersplebedeb Leftwingbooks.net — anarchist, …

Reflections on Illness / Réflections sur la maladie

A new zine, as big as a book, that we are very pleased to now carry at Kersplebedeb leftwingbooks.net — “Reflections on Illness / Réflections sur la maladie.” Critical, poignant and at times witty, “Reflections on Illness” is a collection of pieces by activists facing life-threatening illness based in Canada (occupied/unceded …

White Supremacy Beyond a White Majority (repost)

President Trump is trying to maintain white dominance as the nation’s demographics change. The white male racist patriarchy will not be denied. It is having a moment. It has its own president. Read the rest of this post on the original site at White Supremacy Beyond a White Majority

Salon du livre anarchiste, 25 – 26 mai

Kersplebedeb sera au 20e Salon du livre anarchiste de Montréal! Le Salon se tiendra: Le samedi 25 et le dimanche 26 mai 2019 De 10 h à 17 h Au CÉDA (2515, rue Delisle) et au CCGV (2450, rue Workman). Situés en face l’un de l’autre à chaque côté du parc …

Montreal Anarchist Bookfair, May 25 – May 26

Kersplebedeb will be tabling at the 20th anniversary of the Montreal Anarchist Bookfair — we hope to see you there! The Bookfair will be happening at: Saturday, May 25 and Sunday, May 26, 2019 From 10:00 to 17:00 At the CÉDA (2515, rue Delisle) and the CCGV (2450, rue Workman). …

Toronto is segregated by race and income. And the numbers are ugly (repost)

In Toronto, the colour of money is mainly white. New demographic charts show a strikingly segregated city, with visible minorities concentrated in low-income neighbourhoods and white residents dominating affluent areas in numbers far higher than their share of the population. Read the rest of this post on the original site …