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  • Georgina Alonso

    Georgina Alonso

    Georgina Alonso  is a PhD candidate in the School of International Development and Global Studies at the University of Ottawa. She is a mixed Afro-Cuban and white Canadian settler who grew up in Grey County, Ontario. 

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  • Lindsey Bacigal

    Lindsey Bacigal

    Lindsey Bacigal is a Chickasaw/Irish/Polish Indigiqueer. She is the communications director at Indigenous Climate Action. 

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  • Jen Bagelman

    Jen Bagelman

    Dr. Jen Bagelman is a lecturer in geography at Newcastle University, U.K. Both her activist and academic work is committed to supporting anti-colonial environmental migrant justice. You can contact her on Twitter at @bagel_woman.

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  • Sara Birrell

    Sara Birrell

    Sara Birrell is a socialist, settler, writer, and student from southern Saskatchewan.

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  • Paula Bogdan

    Paula Bogdan

    Paula Bogdan is a writer living on Treaty 4 territory in Regina. She can be found on Twitter @paulatoboggan.

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  • Emilie Coyle

    Emilie Coyle

    Emilie Coyle is the executive director of the Canadian Association of Elizabeth Fry Societies. She previously worked as director of the Refugee Sponsorship Support Program at the University of Ottawa. Emilie has practiced family, criminal and immigration law. In addition to her professional accomplishments as a bilingual legal professional and not-for-profit advocate, Emilie was a co-founder of Parents 4 Diversity, a citizen’s group working with parents and teachers to address discrimination with the goal of making schools safer for all children and youth and a proud sponsor of LGBTQ+ refugees for many years. She lives with her partner Adam and her children Maia and Niko and loves a good book recommendation.

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  • Saima Desai

    Saima Desai

    Saima Desai is the editor of Briarpatch Magazine. She’s a settler living on Treaty 4 territory, and her family is originally from Gujarat, India.

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  • Laurence Desmarais

    Laurence Desmarais

    Laurence Desmarais is a Montréal-based community organizer and PhD student at Université du Québec en Abitibi-Témiscamingue.

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  • Mike Gouldhawke

    Mike Gouldhawke

    Mike Gouldhawke is a Métis and Cree writer and social movement organizer whose family is from kistapinanihk (Prince Albert) and nêwo-nâkîwin (Mont Nebo) in Treaty 6 territory in Saskatchewan. He is based out of Sḵwx̱wú7mesh, Səl̓ílwətaʔ and xʷməθkʷəy̓əm territories (Vancouver, British Columbia) and has been part of Indigenous and anti-poverty movements in the city.

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  • Ella Hartsoe

    Ella Hartsoe

    Ella Hartsoe is a Puebla Nahua with family in Washington, D.C. and Zacatlán, Mexico. Their graduate work at the University of Toronto focuses on global climate justice and international law. 

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  • Kris Hermes

    Kris Hermes

    Kris Hermes is an activist, author, and freelance journalist, who has provided legal support to land defenders since March 2018.

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  • Syed Hussan

    Syed Hussan

    Syed Hussan is a Toronto based-activist, executive director of the Migrant Workers Alliance for Change, and a member of the Migrant Rights Network. You can follow him on Twitter at @hussansk.

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  • Claire Johnston

    Claire Johnston

    Claire Johnston is a Red River Métis woman with English, Swedish, and Scottish settler ancestry. She is grateful to currently live as a visitor on the unceded, unsurrendered territory of the Anishinabe Algonquin Nation in so-called Canada’s capital.

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  • Shawn Johnston

    Shawn Johnston

    Shawn Johnston is a Two Spirit Anishinaabe originally from Couchiching First Nation. They are an award-winning photographer and currently reside along Deshkan Ziibii in so-called London, Ontario.

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  • Daniel Sarah Karasik

    Daniel Sarah Karasik

    A writer in Toronto, Daniel Sarah Karasik (they/them) organizes with Artists For Climate & Migrant Justice and Indigenous Sovereignty, among other groups. 

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  • Grada Kilomba

    Grada Kilomba

    Grada Kilomba is an interdisciplinary artist and writer, born in Lisbon and living in Berlin. Her work draws on memory, trauma, race, gender, and the decolonisation of knowledge. She is the author of Plantation Memories and co-editor of Mythen, Masken und Subjekte (2005), an anthology on Critical Whiteness Studies.

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  • Catherine Lafferty

    Catherine Lafferty

    Catherine Lafferty, whose Dene name is Katłįà, is a Dene woman from the Northwest Territories. Previously serving as a councillor for her First Nation, Yellowknives Dene, she is an activist, poet, columnist, and law student in Indigenous legal orders. Katłįà writes about Indigenous injustices with a focus on the North. 

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  • Henry Lee Heinonen

    Henry Lee Heinonen

    Henry Lee Heinonen is a writer and ethnographer in Toronto, Ontario. He runs the Deathnography network on social media, which now includes a podcast about anthropology and politics.

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  • Kendra J. McLaughlin

    Kendra J. McLaughlin

    Kendra J. McLaughlin is a legal psychologist, writer, educator, and activist based in Tiohtià:ke/Montréal. As a Mad woman and carceral abolitionist, she writes about the criminalization of mental illness/distress.

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  • Maya Menezes

    Maya Menezes

    Maya Menezes is an organizer and campaigner based in Tkaronto. She is the program director at The Leap and works with organizations and revolutionary collectives north and south of the medicine line. She does not believe in borders, is in solidarity with land defenders, and her spice of choice for eating billionaires is garam masala.

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