John Clarke (activist)
John Clarke is an anti-poverty activist active in Canada.
A native of Britain, he moved to Toronto, Ontario and became an organizer there. He is a leading figure of the Ontario Coalition Against Poverty (OCAP) group; The Globe and Mail reported in the year 2000 that Clarke's "guerrilla activism has pitted him against police countless times during the past decade." In 2016, the Sudbury Star described Clarke as "a 25-year veteran of activism."
- 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
|This biographical article about a Canadian activist is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|