Paul S. Graham
Politics and alternative media are my passions. I blog about peace and social justice at http://paulsgraham.ca, post videos in the same vein at http://youtube.com/redriverpete and contribute to Winnipeg Community TV (http://wcommtv.org). Follow me on Twitter @RedRiverPete.
By Paul S. Graham on May 25, 2016
Dynamic and colourful, Rana Abdulla’s productions are a sumptuous feast for the eyes and the ears.
By Paul S. Graham on December 6, 2015
The official unveiling of a Memorial Quilt in honour of missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls.
By Paul S. Graham on December 1, 2015
Citizens calling on government to take action on climate change.
By Paul S. Graham on June 6, 2015
Now that the Truth and Reconciliation Report has been issued, the idea is proposed to set aside one day a year to remember the painful legacy of the Indian Residential School system.
By Paul S. Graham on June 3, 2015
Posted in Charitable Organizations, Our City, Our Neighbourhoods, Philanthropy | Tagged child's play, children, healthy families, North End Stay and Play, Phoenix Sinclair, Woman Healing for Change Inc.
There is a serious side to play, one I had never considered until I met with some remarkable women in the midst of an ambitious project in the heart of Winnipeg’s North End.
By Paul S. Graham on March 16, 2015
City protesters voice concern about the government’s anti-terrorism bill and its impact on Canadian civil liberties.
By Paul S. Graham on December 10, 2014
Opponents say proposed pipeline will encourage further development of Alberta tar sands and potentially unleash uncontrolled climate change.
By Paul S. Graham on November 8, 2014
‘Dancing Tragedies and Dreams’ connects Western and Arabic worlds; amplifies the cry of Palestinians for peace, human rights and social justice.
By Paul S. Graham on October 24, 2014
After a week-long occupation of the Jenpeg Generating Station, representatives of the Pimicikamak Cree of Cross Lake brought their protest to Winnipeg.
By Paul S. Graham on October 4, 2014
Two recent mayoral debates focused on poverty and inequality. Watch both debates in their entirety here.