John Clarke (activist)
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Born in 1954 and Originally from London, England, Clarke moved to London, Ontario in the 1980s where he was a factory worker. Upon becoming unemployed he founded the Unemployed Workers Union which ultimately led to the creation of OCAP in 1989.
- Justin Podur interviews John Clarke May 2004
- Riot charges against OCAP organizer stayed by trial judge October 28, 2003
- John Clarke straight up Eye Magazine July 19, 2001
- Rapping with John Clarke Eye Magazine August 7, 2003
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