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For over 4 months, students and their allies, took over the streets of Montreal every day, to protest a tuition hike imposed by the liberal party in Quebec.
On September 21st, the newly elected Premier of Quebec scrapped the tuition hike and repealed a controversial law, that effectively banned public demonstrations.
While this is being touted as a victory by many in the student movement, one element that made this success possible is already being overshadowed. How the the movement's militant street politics transformed the student strike from a single issue campaign to an uncompromising social insurrection.
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Violence and Legitimacy in the Occupy Movement and Beyond:
A Debate between Chris Hedges and the CrimethInc. Ex-Workers Collective
on Tactics & Strategy, Reform & Revolution
Livestreamed Wednesday, September 12, 2012, 7:00 pm
from Proshansky Auditorium
CUNY Graduate Center
New York City, NY
This is an in intimate discussion with Lisa Fithian & Jason Ahmadi conducted Oct 31st 2011 over coffee, early in the morning. None of us had had much sleep in the previous 6 weeks. Get Lisa's insight on the history of violent and non violent protest. Also, a detailed analysis of the potential pitfalls of the Occupy Wall Street movement and how they can be avoided.
The "Stand for Oakland" group claims they have come forward to denounce the violence and vandalism in the Occupy Oakland movement.
This week: 1. No cops allowed in Occupy Vancouver 2. W.T.F.W.J.D. 3. Ninjas? 4. Bahrain battles SUVs 5. Justice, Syria style 6. #Jan25 7. Is this a revolution?