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Between the Lines Books
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Canadian publisher of books that promote equitable social change
Canadian publisher of books that promote equitable social change

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Great little film on what activists, journalists, and citizens can do by way of photography and filming in public spaces.  Features BTL author Laura Murray ("Canadian Copyright: A Citizen's Guide, 2nd edition"):

http://topdocumentaryfilms.com/whole-world-watching/
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Still a few days left on our 20% sale on "Fear of a Black Nation"!
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Join author Francis Dupuis-Déri for the launch of "Who’s Afraid of the Black Blocs? Anarchy in Action Around the World." This is a free event, and is co-sponsored by Toronto Anarchist Fair.
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Celebrate World Food Day with a special book launch and panel discussion featuring author of "The Industrial Diet" Anthony Winson, "No Nonsense Guide to World Food, Second Edition" author Wayne Roberts, FoodShare Executive Director Debbie Field, and Executive Director of Marin Organic in California Jeffrey Westman .

Meet the author’s of FoodShare’s first cookbook, Marion Kane and Adrienne De Francesco, and purchase your very own signed copy of "share: Delicious Dishes from FoodShare and Friends. "

The event is FREE and snacks will be provided. Books will be available for sale and signing.
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Applesauce crimes!  Marion Kane says don't cook it on the stove top and don't add water!  +Marion Kane Taste the real stuff this Sat the 28th at the cookbooks store in Toronto.
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CBC Radio "Q with Jian Ghomeshi" reports on John Greyson and Tarek Loubani and TIFF filmmakers' involvement in the Free Tarek and John campaign.
http://www.cbc.ca/q/blog/2013/09/06/free-tarek-and-john-campaign/
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"With a mainstream LGBT movement that has a shallow analysis of class now, more than ever, it’s important to understand the ways that capitalism and queer and trans oppression reinforce each other. These theories and experiences need to be brought together in order to effectively fight back. And just as the discrimination that queer and trans workers experience is unique, so are the assets that we can bring to the labour movement. For queer and trans people, oppression does not begin or end at the workplace and often we possess a broad understanding of social inequality, creative strategies for resistance, and a basic understanding of the importance of community, solidarity, and collective strength. If properly utilized, these skills make us a fighting force to be reckoned with." http://bit.ly/1cMm1HT
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