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  • Shaina Agbayani

    Shaina Agbayani

    Shaina Agbayani is a queerest filipinx conjurer of rootcare and pagsibol, grateful to be based in Dish With One Spoon treaty territory.

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  • Courtney Arlt

    Courtney Arlt

    Courtney Arlt is an Indigenous woman from the Peepeekisis Cree nation on Treaty 4 territory. She is an undergraduate student at the University of Regina studying Human Justice and a mother of three.

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  • Sara Birrell

    Sara Birrell

    Sara Birrell is a writer and student from southern Saskatchewan.

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  • Jacq Brasseur

    Jacq Brasseur

    Jacq Brasseur is originally from Yellowknife, NT and was born to two lifetime membership holders of the Saskatchewan NDP. Based in Regina, Jacq learns and writes about politics, feminism, and queer issues at www.jacqbrass.com/essays, and tweets at @jacqbrass.

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  • Michael Bueckert

    Michael Bueckert

    Michael Bueckert is a PhD candidate in sociology and political economy at Carleton University.

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  • David Camfield

    David Camfield

    David Camfield is a supporter of socialism from below whose book We Can Do Better: Ideas for Changing Society was published in 2017. His website is prairiered.ca.

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  • Tenille K. Campbell

    Tenille K. Campbell

    Tenille K. Campbell is a Dene/Métis storyteller and photographer from English River First Nation, author of #IndianLovePoems, and is often found with coffee in hand, daydreaming about the next story.

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  • Shoal Collective

    Shoal Collective

    Amy Hall, Eliza Egret, and Tom Anderson are part of Shoal, a collective writing group for social justice and a world beyond capitalism. Their writing on Palestine can be found at corporateoccupation.org. You can follow them on Twitter CorpOccupation and ShoalCollective.

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  • Saima Desai

    Saima Desai

    Saima Desai is the current editor of Briarpatch Magazine.

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  • Simran Dhunna

    Simran Dhunna

    Simran Dhunna is a Toronto-based labour organizer with the Fight for $15 and Fairness, member of the anti-sexual violence collective Silence is Violence, and a policy fellow at Access Alliance Multicultural Health and Community Services. She is currently pursuing her master of public health in epidemiology at the University of Toronto, and is interested in social policy, intersectionality, and the political economy of health.

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  • Maxine Issiqut Sakuut Angoo

    Maxine Issiqut Sakuut Angoo

    Maxine Issiqut Sakuut Angoo is a proud Inuk woman who grew up in Whale Cove, Nunavut, a small community of 350 people. She was raised by her grandparents, Jack and Makki Angoo. She now lives in Winnipeg, Manitoba with her two daughters, Melody and Sivui.

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  • Kate Jacobson

    Kate Jacobson

    Kate Jacobson is a student and organizer living in Calgary. She researches British and Canadian labour history, and is currently working on a project about pirate radio during the 1984-85 miners’ strike.

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  • Kim Kelly

    Kim Kelly

    Kim Kelly is a writer, radical organizer, and labour activist based in New York City. She authors a biweekly labour column for Teen Vogue, has contributed to the New York Times, the Guardian, the New Republic, Rolling Stone, NPR, and others, and is currently the heavy metal editor at Noisey, VICE’s music and culture vertical.

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  • A.T. Kingsmith

    A.T. Kingsmith

    A.T. Kingsmith teaches in the politics department at York University in Toronto. He writes about digital surveillance, social movements, and the political economy of anxiety. As the chair of the Digital Issues Committee at Canadian Journalists for Free Expression, he works on digital defence tactics and strategies with community activists, union organizers, journalists, and academics.

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  • Emily Leedham

    Emily Leedham

    Emily Leedham is a labour journalist and organizer based in Treaty 1 territory, Winnipeg, Manitoba. She is currently a member of the Fight for $15 & Fairness Manitoba organizing committee and the West Broadway Tenants’ Committee.

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  • Finn LeMaitre

    Finn LeMaitre

    Finn LeMaitre is a freelance writer and a student.

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  • Sarah Mann

    Sarah Mann

    Sarah Mann is a writer, artist, scholar, and activist from Sudbury, ON. She is a member of Maybe Too Loaded, a community-based, mixed-media arts collective, and of the editorial team at Working It, a zine by and for sex workers. Her work often focuses on poor people’s cultures, mental illness, sex work, and feminism. Sarah’s writing can be found in Briarpatch, This Magazine, rabble.ca, Tits and Sass, Digital Studies/Le champe numérique, and Canadian Theatre Review.

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  • Rushdia Mehreen

    Rushdia Mehreen

    Rushdia Mehreen is an organizer based in Tiohtià:ke/Montreal, on unceded Kanien’kehá:ka territories. For over a decade she has been involved in various social justice struggles, including Palestine/anti-colonial solidarity, the Quebec student movement, migrant justice, and anti-racist organizing. Currently a college teacher in a precarious capacity, she tweets sporadically at @rushmew.

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  • Julia Métraux

    Julia Métraux

    Julia Métraux is a writer and a student at The New School. She is a former member of Independent Jewish Voices. Her work has appeared in the Tempest, Alma, and JSource, among others.

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  • Eve Parker Finley

    Eve Parker Finley

    Eve Parker Finley is a 24-year-old equity educator, musician, and activist trans woman living in Montreal.

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