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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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  • 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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  • 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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  • Teuila Fuatai

    Teuila Fuatai

    Teuila Fuatai is a freelance journalist based in Toronto and writes about social justice issues, workers’ rights, and developments in the labour movement. She is originally from New Zealand, and was the labour beat reporter for rabble.ca this year.

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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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  • Alia Karim

    Alia Karim

    Alia Karim is a PhD candidate in the faculty of environmental studies at York University. Her research interests include Marxist political economy, Canadian labour unions, Indigenous–settler alliances, labour–community coalitions, ecosocialism, and urban agriculture.

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  • Ena͞emaehkiw Kesīqnaeh

    Ena͞emaehkiw Kesīqnaeh

    Ena͞emaehkiw Kesīqnaeh is a member of the Menominee Nation of Wisconsin. He lives in the territory of the Anishinaabe and Rotinonshón:ni in southern Ontario, where he is a PhD candidate working in Indigenous critical theory and settler colonial studies.

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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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  • Mary Jane Logan McCallum

    Mary Jane Logan McCallum

    Mary Jane Logan McCallum is an associate professor in the history department at the University of Winnipeg. She studies and teaches modern Indigenous history and Indigenous–state relations in ways that reflect on the distinct nature of colonialism in Canadian history. Her current project examines Indigenous histories of tuberculosis, 1930–1970.

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  • Dave Oswald Mitchell

    Dave Oswald Mitchell

    Dave Oswald Mitchell is a freelance writer, editor, and researcher. He co-edited the book Beautiful Trouble: A Toolbox for Revolution (OR Books, 2012) and edited Briarpatch Magazine from 2005 to 2010.

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  • Tracey Mitchell

    Tracey Mitchell

    At 34.8, Tracey Mitchell’s age is also the median age in Saskatoon, the youngest city in Canada, where she currently lives. Tracey is the Prairie Region Manager for Next Up Leadership. Like many millennials, she also has a second job, working in peer support for mental health and addiction challenges. She serves on the national board of the Council of Canadians, and is a member of Climate Justice Saskatoon and Bus Riders of 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • Indymedia Montreal 2016 Convergence Working Group

    Indymedia Montreal 2016 Convergence Working Group

    The Indymedia Montreal 2016 Convergence Working Group is an international caucus of media organizers who convened around the August meetings of the World Social Forum and the World Forum of Free Media in Montreal. The working group also initiated an action protesting the mass denial of Global South visas for forum participants by the Canadian government. Contact: converge@la.indymedia.org.

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