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  • Fitsum Areguy

    Fitsum Areguy

    Fitsum Areguy is a student, activist, and freelance writer. His background as a community worker and advocate guide his interest in how race, culture, power, and difference structures our identities and relationships  His writing has appeared in the The Community Edition and Korea Expose, and he is the co-founder and project director of Textile, a literary publication and mentorship program based in Kitchener-Waterloo, Ontario.

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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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  • 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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  • Bronwyn Dobchuk-Land

    Bronwyn Dobchuk-Land

    Bronwyn Dobchuk-Land is an assistant professor of criminal justice at the University of Winnipeg and a collective member of Bar None, a prisoner-solidarity group based in Winnipeg.

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  • Chloe Dragon Smith

    Chloe Dragon Smith

    Chloe Dragon Smith was born and raised in Somba K’é (Yellowknife), Denendeh (Northwest Territories). Of Métis, German, Dënesųłiné, and French heritage, her mother is Brenda Dragon and her father is Leonard Smith. A dreamer and a poet at heart, she is always thinking about relationships between Lands and Peoples. Her work varies from education and on-the-Land learning to Indigenous-led conservation to climate change. True to her multilayered heritage, she feels a sense of responsibility to help create balance and build bridges and relationships in all she does. 

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  • Robert Grandjambe

    Robert Grandjambe

    Robert Grandjambe is a member of Mikisew Cree First Nation. He spent his childhood in Fort Chipewyan, Alberta, and later lived in Tthebacha (Fort Smith). His mother is Barbara Grandjambe (née Schaefer) and his father is Robert Grandjambe. An active trapper since he was six years old, he is proud to thrive as a full-time trapper and harvester. He shares with people as much as possible, introducing culture and knowledge though camps, universities, films, and work on boards of directors. 

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  • Alex V Green

    Alex V Green

    Alex V Green is a political writer and thinker whose work focuses on community, identity, and narrative. Alex lives and works in territories currently occupied by the city of Toronto.

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  • Talia Gruber

    Talia Gruber

    Talia Gruber is a graduate student in social work, and a community worker based in New York and Toronto.

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  • Phil Henderson

    Phil Henderson

    Phil Henderson is a settler and a student at the University of Victoria, on occupied W̱SÁNEĆ and Lekwungen territories, where he researches Canadian imperialism and anti-imperialist movements.

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  • Adrienne Huard

    Adrienne Huard

    Adrienne Huard is a Two-Spirited/Indigiqueer Anishinaabekwe registered at Couchiching First Nation, Ontario and born and raised in Winnipeg, Manitoba. She is an MFA candidate at OCAD University in the criticism and curatorial practice program, a Sundancer, a hard femme, and a pole dancer/performer.

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  • Shehnoor Khurram

    Shehnoor Khurram

    Shehnoor Khurram is an educator and environmentalist based in Toronto, Canada. She is currently completing her doctoral studies at York University. She is also a senior editor at Re:Locations - Journal of the Asia-Pacific World, and her writings have appeared in the Huffington Post and the Ecologist. Twitter: @sjejnoor 

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  • Joël Laforest

    Joël Laforest

    Joël Laforest has a background in philosophy and geography. He studies income polarization and produces the Alberta Advantage Podcast.

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  • Nickita Longman

    Nickita Longman

    Nickita Longman is from the George Gordon First Nation on Treaty 4 and lives as a guest in Winnipeg, Manitoba on Treaty 1 Territory. Nickita graduated from the First Nations University of Canada with a BA in English in 2013. She is a community organizer, freelance writer, and Briarpatch sustainer.

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  • Nora Loreto

    Nora Loreto

    Nora Loreto is a writer and activist based in Quebec City. She's the editor of the Canadian Association of Labour Media.

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  • Xicotencatl Maher Lopez

    Xicotencatl Maher Lopez

    Xicotencatl Maher Lopez is a Two-Spirit Tlaxcaltec Nahua and Newfie, based out of Treaty 3 territory. He is an advocate for Indigenous sovereignty, and when he is not writing about Indigenous issues he is an artist and Che Guevara enthusiast.

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  • Haseena Manek

    Haseena Manek

    Haseena Manek is a journalist based in Ottawa.

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  • Métis in Space

    Métis in Space

    otipêyimisiw-iskwêwak kihci-kîsikohk Métis in Space, hosted by Chelsea Vowel and Molly Swain, is an Indigenous feminist science fiction podcast (and now Land Back project!) that brings into conversation critiques of mainstream portrayals of Indigenous people with anti-colonial futurities and imaginings. Métis in Space is part of the Indian & Cowboy Media Network, and can be found at metisinspace.com or through purveyors of fine podcasts everywhere.

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  • Jon Milton

    Jon Milton

    Jon Milton is a student, journalist, and union member based in Montreal. His writing and video work has appeared in the Montreal Gazette, rabble, the Media Co-op, and the Link, where he has also worked in the positions of opinions and managing editor. He is a member of S’ATTAQ, the Montreal IWW’s freelancers' union.

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  • Lindsay Nixon

    Lindsay Nixon

    Lindsay Nixon is an assistant professor in Ryerson’s English department, researching Trans NDN digital creators and things. Nixon’s first book, nîtisânak (Metonymy Press, 2018), won the 2019 Dayne Ogilvie Prize and a 2019 Quebec Writer’s Federation first book prize and has been nominated for a Lambda Literary Award and an Indigenous Voices Literary Award.

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  • Jacqueline Pelland

    Jacqueline Pelland

    Jacqueline Pelland is a Two-Spirited Métis woman from Winnipeg, Manitoba. She is a multi-disciplinary artist, a Sundancer, a law student at the University of Manitoba, a semi-retired stripper, and an advocate for all things decolonial. 

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