Letter from the Editor
Popular narratives about trans children are all too often about cis parents’ assumptions and expectations. It’s time we support trans youth in their own stories of success.
What can be learned from the resistance to Boston’s South End’s gentrification project?
Excerpt from Beyond the Pale: White Women, Racism and History, published by Verso in 1992, 2015.
Fort Chip is but one northern Albertan community resisting the toxicity and displacement wrought by the oil industry.
The cultural prevalence of the #liveauthentic trend is lining pockets and rewriting history.
A lament for the loss of the language of socialism spurs a tribute to the other languages of freedom.
In an age of austerity, activists are increasingly turning to crowdfunding to launch and sustain their work. In this instalment of the Briarpatch Toolkit: how to harness crowdfunding to agitate and mobilize.
How are the devastating effects of climate crises in Cuba managed by female farmers?
Where are Pinehouse Business North’s records from 2009 and 2011? Saskatchewan’s Freedom of Information Act can’t help answer questions of accountability.