Fascism and Policing Go Hand in Hand
From its historic rise in the early 20th century to Quebec today, fascism and policing have always gone hand in hand.
Anti-Fascism Requires Links With the Community
Quebec has a fascism problem.
How Worker’s Unions are Involved in the Fight against Fascism
Back in the 1920s, the Industrial Workers of the World, the historic union known for its opposition to capitalism and demand for direct democracy in the workplace, was a vocal opponent of the Ku Klux Klan.
Words from an International Volunteer in the YPG
By the end of August 2016, I was in Rojava. The day after my arrival, the Turkish army entered into Rojava to fight us.
The term “no platforming” extends to a range of strategies that seek to deny oppressive figures and groups access to public discourse, media, and space.
Journalists Need to Fact-Check and Ask the Right Questions
Journalists frequently rely on the sanitized message of the spokespeople of far-right groups, but ignore the racist discourse of their membership.
A Non-Exhaustive List
There are many different, sometimes conflicting far-right groups in Quebec. Here are a few of the more noteworthy ones.
We Spoke to Scholars to Define the Contentious Term
Scholars Mark Bray and Alexander Reid Ross help to define the ideology behind fascism.
Group Hopes for More Funding, Expansion
“You can see fascist groups and racist sentiments being displayed in football games, especially in Europe,” said Jarban. “So, there was a need to counter that as well, so these spaces came out.”
A Look Into Why the Far-Right is Gaining Stream
Far-right groups in Quebec have become more prominent, with social movements and protests becoming more common place in Montreal and Quebec City.