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  • Tara Alami

    Tara Alami

    Tara Alami is a Palestinian organizer based in Tiohti:áke (so-called Montreal). She is a master’s research student in experimental medicine at McGill University and a writer. Her writing focuses on Palestinian national liberation and Zionist settler colonialism.

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  • Emma Arkell

    Emma Arkell

    Emma Arkell is a multi-media journalist whose work focuses on labour, social movements, and cities. She is currently based in so-called Vancouver. 

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  • Andrew W. Boyd

    Andrew W. Boyd

    Andrew W. Boyd has lived experience with mental illness. He holds a doctorate in computer science. He resides in northern Ontario and serves as board chair of the Sudbury Centre for Transitional Care and president of the Sudbury Arts Council.

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  • Andrea Conte

    Andrea Conte

    Andrea Conte is a writer, researcher, and filmmaker. He’s a settler on lands of the Dish with One Spoon Treaty, and a fellow of the UnionDocs Carceral Screens and the Abolitionist Imagination CoLAB.

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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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  • Meghan Eaker

    Meghan Eaker

    Meghan Eaker is an amiskwaciywâskahikan-based poet, registered nurse, and beading artist of mixed European and nîhiyaw ancestry, and a member of the Woodland Cree First Nation. She is a University of Alberta nursing PhD student researching Indigenous youth mental health promotion.

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  • Rebecca Ellis

    Rebecca Ellis

    Rebecca Ellis is an activist, organic farmer, and beekeeper in London, ON. She has a PhD in geography and environment from Western University and is the author of the forthcoming book Capitalist Agriculture and the Global Bee Crisis (Routledge Press). 

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  • Andrée Forest

    Andrée Forest

    Andrée Forest est Métisse née à Saint-Boniface avec des noms de famille Nault, Gladu, et Charette. She is connecting to community through organizing, governance, and a new-found love for hide work. Andrée organizes with the Winnipeg-based grassroots Métis collective Red River Echoes. 

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  • Chanelle Gallant

    Chanelle Gallant

    Chanelle Gallant has over 20 years’ experience as a social justice activist, organizer, writer, and strategist on issues of sexuality, policing, and racial justice, nationally and internationally.

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  • Jen Gobby

    Jen Gobby

    Jen Gobby is an educator, researcher, and organizer based in unceded Abenaki territory in rural Quebec. She has a PhD from McGill, is an affiliate professor at Concordia and teaches at Bishop’s University. She is the founder of the Mudgirls Natural Building Collective and director of Research for the Front Lines. Her research and activism centre on the fight for climate and environmental justice in so-called Canada.

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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-capitalist movements in the city.

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  • Amanda Harvey-Sánchez

    Amanda Harvey-Sánchez

    Amanda Harvey-Sánchez is a Toronto-based Latina organizer, researcher, and educator. She is currently pursuing a PhD in sociocultural anthropology and environmental studies at the University of Toronto, where her research explores climate justice, social movements, and political economy in Canada.

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  • Clare Heggie

    Clare Heggie

    Clare Heggie is a health researcher and doula living in Nova Scotia. 

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  • Jayda Hope

    Jayda Hope

    Jayda Hope is a 22-year-old abolitionist organizer and Black woman born and raised on Treaty 1 Territory (Traditional territories of the Anishinaabe, Cree, Ojibwe, Oji-Cree, Dene peoples and homeland of the Metis Nation) to parents of Caribbean descent. She is an artist, published poet, and organizer with Justice 4 Black Lives Winnipeg and Police Free Schools Winnipeg.

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  • Bisma Jay

    Bisma Jay

    Bisma Jay is a queer multimedia artist based in Toronto. Their work aims to create more positive representation of queer and trans South Asians living in the diaspora. In their spare time they like to make videos for TikTok, paint, and take endless self-portraits.

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  • Sophie Jean

    Sophie Jean

    Sophie Jean is a Cantonese writer, master’s student, and penal abolitionist.

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  • Claire Johnston

    Claire Johnston

    Claire Johnston is a Michif person with Swedish, Scottish, and English settler ancestry. Some of their family names include Brown, Johnston, Moore/Moar, Richards, and Thomas. Claire organizes with the Winnipeg-based grassroots Métis collective Red River Echoes. 

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  • Daniel Sarah Karasik

    Daniel Sarah Karasik

    Daniel Sarah Karasik (they/them) is the managing editor of Midnight Sun, a magazine of socialist strategy, analysis, and culture. Their most recent book is the poetry collection Plenitude (Book*hug Press).

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  • Elene Lam

    Elene Lam

    Elene Lam is the executive director of Butterfly: Asian and Migrant Sex Workers Support Network. She holds master's degrees in social work and law, and has been researching the harms associated with the anti-trafficking industry. For over 20 years, Elene has advocated for human rights; for migration, gender, racial, and sex work justice; and against violence against women. 

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  • Sydney Lang

    Sydney Lang

    Sydney Lang is a union-side labour lawyer and mining justice organizer based in Toronto.

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