The Coast recommends Solidarity Halifax for students looking to fight back
The Coast gave Solidarity Halifax a nod in its Back to School guide, recommending us in its list of Five ways to be an activist in Halifax. Here’s what they had to say:
“Many post-secondary students experience the divisive reality of capitalism when paying tuition. While that financial drain means less beer money for some, for others it means schlepping to and from food banks. One of Solidarity Halifax’s current campaigns is fighting to make post-secondary education free. “Capitalism is an oppressive economic system that puts profits ahead of the needs of people and the planet,” says its website. This organization promotes alternatives to capitalism through various campaigns and campaign strategies that rely on an active, multi-generational membership. If you think capitalism is too cruel a rule, then make some change with Solidarity Halifax.”
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