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  • Asam Ahmad

    Asam Ahmad

    Asam Ahmad is a poor, working-class writer, poet, and community organizer. His writing appears in CounterPunch, Black Girl Dangerous, Youngist, and Colorlines. His Tumblr is asamaccchhhmad.tumblr.com and his Twitter is @asamwrites. He lives in Toronto.

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  • Pedro Bigolin Neto

    Pedro Bigolin Neto

    Pedro Bigolin Neto is an earthling wondering how cosmic dust unfolded into complex systems. Concerning human systems, he currently studies land conflicts through legal and decolonial perspectives. He believes the deep and needed changes will come from the borders.

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  • Danielle Boissoneau

    Danielle Boissoneau

    Danielle Boissoneau is Anishnaabe kwe from the shorelines of the Great Lakes. She strategically creates opportunities to laugh, resist, and grow. Beyond the confines of colonial capitalism, Danielle enjoys the chance to take care of heirloom seeds and work toward recreating Indigenous food systems. Danielle is from the Old Turtle Clan.

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  • Justin Brake

    Justin Brake

    Justin Brake is an editor and reporter with The Independent who lives in Bay of Islands, Newfoundland, on the traditional unceded territory of the Beothuk and Mi’kmaq. He currently faces civil and criminal charges for reporting from the Indigenous-led occupation of Muskrat Falls in Labrador in 2016.

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  • David Camfield

    David Camfield

    David Camfield teaches labour studies and sociology at the University of Manitoba. He is a member of Solidarity Winnipeg.

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  • Sofia Cutler

    Sofia Cutler

    Sofia Cutler is a recent graduate of McGill’s master’s program in English. She currently works at the Museum of Jewish Montreal where she is curating an exhibition on the history of the garment industry.

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  • Yutaka Dirks

    Yutaka Dirks

    Yutaka Dirks is a tenant rights organizer, journalist and writer whose work can be found in Alberta Views, THIS, rabble.ca, Ricepaper Magazine, the Journal of Law and Social Policy, and elsewhere.

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  • Catherine Gendron

    Catherine Gendron

    Catherine Gendron is a community organizer, labour organizer, and climate justice activist based in Saskatoon.

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  • Sasha Hanson Pastran

    Sasha Hanson Pastran

    Sasha Hanson Pastran is an activist-academic-policy wonk who was born in Nicaragua, grew up in Saskatoon, and currently calls Ottawa home. She focused her graduate research on global mining conflicts, with a deep dive into Brazilian mining policies and practices.

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  • Navjot Kaur

    Navjot Kaur

    Navjot Kaur is an educator based on Treaty 6, Alberta. She collaborates on a wide variety of projects, spaces, and content with communities on the margins. Her work focuses on building educational spaces for action through organizing. Follow her @NavKaur_yeg.

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  • Kanahus Manuel

    Kanahus Manuel

    Kanahus Manuel is Secwepemc and Ktunaxa, a member of the Secwepemc Women Warrior Society, a mother of four, and a traditional Secwepemc birthkeeper and handpoke tattoo artist. She was born into a high-profile political family known for bringing their fight for their traditional territories into the international spotlight. Kanahus’ activism also includes prison justice work, including advocacy for the freedom and exoneration of Orlando Watley.

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  • Robyn Maynard

    Robyn Maynard

    Robyn Maynard is a Black feminist writer, grassroots community organizer, and intellectual based in Montreal. Her work has appeared in the Toronto Star, the Montreal Gazette, World Policy Journal, and Canadian Woman Studies.

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  • Tracey Mitchell

    Tracey Mitchell

    Tracey Mitchell is the Prairie Region manager for Next Up. She also works as a peer support mentor for her peers with mental health and/or addiction challenges. She serves on the national board of the Council of Canadians, and is an active member of Climate Justice Saskatoon.

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  • Baijayanta Mukhopadhyay

    Baijayanta Mukhopadhyay

    An immigrant who made Montreal home, Baijayanta Mukhopadhyay is currently a rural family doctor in Eeyou Istchee (the Cree territories of James Bay). He is co-coordinator of the Canadian chapter of the People’s Health Movement, and a volunteer physician for the Montreal programs of Médecins du Monde.

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  • Matt Myers

    Matt Myers

    Matt Myers is a Labour Party activist and author of Student Revolt: Voices of the Austerity Generation (Pluto Press, October 2017).

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  • Serena Nadir

    Serena Nadir

    Serena Nadir is a high-school teacher in Toronto, a member of the Ontario Secondary School Teachers’ Federation, and a board member of the Groundswell Community Justice Trust Fund.

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  • Stuart Neatby

    Stuart Neatby

    Stuart Neatby is a journalist and Maritimer based in Vancouver. He is a recent graduate of Langara College’s journalism program and is working on a series of stories for the Vancouver Sun about the growth of the international student industry in Canada. Stuart is a former labour organizer and hotel worker.

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  • Alexa Norton

    Alexa Norton

    Alexa Norton is a feminist, writer, and graduate student researching the social determinants of women’s health. Based in Vancouver, she works in academic health publishing and drug policy research, and is an ardent supporter of decriminalization.

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  • Nicholas Olson

    Nicholas Olson

    Nicholas Olson is the author of several works of short fiction and essays, including a new series of illustrated zines of short stories with accompanying audiobook narrations. Books and audiobooks can be found at ballsofrice.bandcamp.com. Other works can be found at ballsofrice.com.

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  • Dawn Paley

    Dawn Paley

    Dawn Paley is a a journalist and researcher based in Puebla, México. Her first book is titled Drug War Capitalism (AK Press, 2014).

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