Back Issues

  • September/October 2016

    How does suburban sprawl affect geographies of protest and dissent? Practising transformative justice in Black communities. Knowledge building is driven by the struggles of ordinary people. The force of land defenders in Nicaragua. Can visionary fiction build a future of justice? Food sovereignty on the land. Review of Freedom is a Constant Struggle (Angela Davis) and Keywords for Radicals (ed. Kelly Fritsch, Clare O’Connor, A.K. Thompson).

  • July/August 2016

    Organizing Wisdom

    Why should social movements learn from experts? Assisted dying legislation and the disability rights. Pinkwashing Israeli and Canadian occupation. Building sustainable social movements for the long haul. An autoethnography of an eating disorder treatment that ignored the identity of a trans patient. How can libraries and archives be leveraged for continuous movement building? An architect’s prison abolition work. How does unlearning reproduce white supremacy? Plus book reviews!

  • May/June 2016

    How feminists are dismantling white supremacy. Alliances among First Nations, environmentalists, and forestry workers may be the key to a sustainable and responsible industry. How have Newfoundland students framed their right to accessible education? Roundtable on building and sustaining the Black liberation movement. How can the National Energy Board be opposed to prevent pipelines from being built? Moral policing of addictions in women’s remand centres. An interview with the founder of Iron & Earth. Ableist narratives that preclude life-enriching activities.

  • March/April 2016

  • January/February 2016

    Northern Alberta is but one site of dispossession and violence caused by the oil industry’s expansive greed. Is the language of socialism lost? Unpacking the whiteness, coloniality, and class embedded in the popular #liveauthentic aesthetic. Sulphur miners risk their health to make a living. Crowdfunding for activists and organizers. Gender equality matters when climate crises hit. Feminist histories of colonial projects. The narratives of trans children in popular media. A review that zeroes in on class mobilization driving gentrification.

  • November/December 2015

    In this annual labour issue, a cover story about the fight for $15/hour minimum wage and lessons Canadian activists can learn from the U.S., democratizing the mode of economic production to address the climate crisis, a call for solidarity between unions and social movements, an interview with Writing in the Margins judges Leanne Betasamosake Simpson and Stephen Collis, assessing the effects of a universal basic income, an interview with’s editors, and uncovering the effects of colonialism on traditional economies in the Northwest Territories. Plus, a book review of Academic, Inc. and a discussion about queer dysphoria in the workplace.