Sighting. TML’s 2013 Photo Review

Actions at the legislature in Edmonton on December 2 denounce Alberta government's legislative endorsement of state-organized force and violence against public sector workers as a crime.

Actions at the legislature in Edmonton on December 2 denounce Alberta government’s legislative endorsement of state-organized force and violence against public sector workers as a crime.

NewYear2013CarreRouge-F-CYbleedTML Daily concluded today its 2013 Photo Review “One Class, One Program” of actions carried out by workers, women and other collectives throughout the past year with photo coverage of the events of the month of December. The Canadian publication devoted 12 successive editions to the feature, featuring photo highlights from each month. This impressively organized annual presentation of resistance, involving the selection of hundreds of great photographs, from one end of the country to the other, is genuinely inspiring. A photo is worth a thousand words is an old saying; the reality of resistance within Canada is objective – and broadening. Looking back on the events of 2013 confirms that working people can and must rely on one another to collectively resist the assaults on their rights, and that their future lies in the fight for the rights of all.

Entering the New Year is a good time to reflect on the challenges Canadians face. As the 2013 Photo Review shows, TML Daily notes,

“the past year has seen working people make headway in building their resistance against the attacks on their rights by the Harper and provincial governments as well as those employers that refuse to respect the workers by providing wages and working conditions commensurate with the work they perform. There is an urgent need to build up organizational strength so as to enable the working people to defend the rights of all and resolve the crisis in favour of the people, not the rich. The international situation is also fraught with the danger of more wars and a cataclysmic great war. The past year has witnessed the ever deeper integration of Canada into the U.S. armed forces and war preparations. The Harper government continues to undermine the norms of international relations with all manner of provocations and the unacceptable dictate that Might Makes Right. The use of force to settle conflicts must not be used either at home or abroad.”

December 27, 2013 – No. 155

Year End Photo Review — One Class One Program
• December 2013

December 24, 2013 – No. 154

Year End Photo Review — One Class One Program
• November 2013

December 23, 2013 – No. 153

Year End Photo Review — One Class One Program
• October 2013

December 20, 2013 – No. 152

Year End Photo Review — One Class One Program
• September 2013

December 18, 2013 – No. 151

Year End Photo Review — One Class One Program
• August 2013

December 17, 2013 – No. 150

Year End Photo Review — One Class One Program
• July 2013

December 16, 2013 – No. 149

Year End Photo Review — One Class One Program
• June 2013

December 13, 2013 – No. 148

Year End Photo Review — One Class One Program
• May 2013

December 12, 2013 – No. 147

Year End Photo Review — One Class One Program
• April 2013

December 11, 2013 – No. 146

Year End Photo Review — One Class One Program
• March 2013

December 10, 2013 – No. 145

Year End Photo Review — One Class One Program
• February 2013

December 9, 2013 – No. 144

Year End Photo Review — One Class One Program
• January 2013
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