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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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  • Matt Cicero

    Matt Cicero

    Matt Cicero is a writer, artist, activist, and a ritual abuse survivor. He has been most involved in Indigenous solidarity organizing, and prison and police abolition. He blogs at stonesandsticksandwords.wordpress.com. He can be contacted at stonesandsticksandwords@gmail.com.

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  • Kyle Curlew

    Kyle Curlew

    Kyle Curlew is an MA student of the sociology of surveillance at Queen’s University, a freelance journalist, and an academic activist. He writes to expose surveillance issues in technology, media, and politics in order to inform the public of the threat of ubiquitous watching.

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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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  • Fadi Ennab

    Fadi Ennab

    Fadi Ennab is a researcher, lecturer, and trainer on issues related to migrants, and an advocate for social justice. Fadi has an MA in sociology from the University of Manitoba. He migrated to Winnipeg from the Middle East more than a decade ago.

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  • Lynette Fischer

    Lynette Fischer

    Lynette Fischer is a PhD candidate in social anthropology at York University, as well as a member of the Global Labour Research Centre. Her interests intersect at labour and its rights, and citizenship and its exclusions.

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  • Karl Gardner

    Karl Gardner

    Karl Gardner is an organizer, educator, and student in Toronto. He’s a member of No One Is Illegal – Toronto and is involved in Indigenous solidarity efforts in the city. Once in a while he works on his PhD at York University.

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  • Todd Gordon

    Todd Gordon

    Todd Gordon is an assistant professor of law and society at Wilfrid Laurier University, Brantford. He is the author of Imperialist Canada and Cops, Crime, and Capitalism: The Law-and-Order Agenda in Canada.

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  • Fiona Jeffries

    Fiona Jeffries

    Fiona Jeffries is an academic working in the autonomist tradition. Her book, Nothing to Lose but Our Fear: Resistance in Dangerous Times, was published by Between the Lines in Canada and Zed Books in the U.K. You can find her at @fionajeffries.

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  • Nickita Longman

    Nickita Longman

    Nickita Longman is from the George Gordon First Nation on Treaty 4 but has spent most of her life in Regina. Nickita graduated from the First Nations University of Canada with a BA in English in 2013. She is the Indigenous program coordinator for the Saskatchewan Writers’ Guild, a freelance writer, and a Briarpatch board member.

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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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  • Ossie Michelin

    Ossie Michelin

    Ossie Michelin is a freelance Inuk journalist based out of North West River, Labrador, and Montreal. Ossie works in print, photography, radio, and video. The son of a trapper and descended from a long line of storytellers, he brings insights on the Indigenous world and North with a capital “N.”

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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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  • Phillip Dwight Morgan

    Phillip Dwight Morgan

    Phillip Dwight Morgan is a freelance writer, researcher, and musician living in Toronto. He writes poetry and prose, seeking to explore questions of race, identity, and belonging in his work. He is completing a PhD in Canadian urban history at McMaster University and views writing as an opportunity to speak truth to power.

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  • Calvin Neufeld

    Calvin Neufeld

    Calvin Neufeld is a co-founder of Evolve Our Prison Farms. He is an advocate of life and quality of life for oppressed species, sexual and gender minorities, racial minorities, the physically, mentally, and economically disadvantaged, and absolutely everybody else. www.calvinneufeld.com.

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  • Lindsay Nixon

    Lindsay Nixon

    Lindsay Nixon is a nehiyaw-saulteaux-Métis curator, writer, community organizer, researcher, and MA candidate in Concordia University’s art history department. They are the co-founder of the Indigenous Arts Council, and the Black Indigenous Harm Reduction Alliance. Blogs at aabitagiizhig.com. Tweets @notvanishing.

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  • Jonathan Petrychyn

    Jonathan Petrychyn

    Jonathan Petrychyn is a SSHRC doctoral fellow and PhD candidate (ABD) at York and Ryerson Universities in Toronto. You can find updates at jonpetrychyn.ca.

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  • Patrick Lynn Rivers

    Patrick Lynn Rivers

    Patrick Lynn Rivers is a political scientist who co-directs Afield (www.afield.ca), a design research practice based in Cape Town, Chicago, and Montréal.

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  • Halena Seiferling

    Halena Seiferling

    Halena Seiferling is from Regina and recently completed a Masters of Public Policy degree in Vancouver. She has been active in human rights, electoral reform, climate justice, and Palestinian solidarity organizing.

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