Artist and Solidarity Halifax member Emily Davidson discusses art, work and politics with Max Haiven for Art Threat. “Imagine a new relationship to every aspect of everything.” “Capitalism has fallen; Art must be redefined.” “You get to pick your gender when you come of age, but feel free to change your mind.” “Living together is […Read more]
Evan Coole, member of Nova Scotia ACORN and of Solidarity Halifax, along with community legal worker Fiona Traynor, speaks to Rick Howe about the dire need for income assistance reform. >>LISTEN HERE [place marker to 36:00 minutes] Note: Statements by Solidarity Halifax members do not necessarily reflect positions held by the organization.
Solidarity Halifax member Shay Enxuga writes in The Coast to explain how The Chronicle Herald’s anti-worker behaviour has led him to cancel his subscription. So long, Chronicle-Herald. I am a 25-year-old subscriber to the print edition of the Chronicle-Herald—a rare breed these days. I became a new subscriber back in the spring. I was excited. […Read more]
By John Hutton. Originally published at The Coast. John is an undergraduate student at Dalhousie, pursuing a degree in international development studies and economics. The time to fix Nova Scotia’s education system is now. The McNeil government is currently in talks with Nova Scotia’s universities for a new Memorandum of Understanding, an agreement signed every […Read more]