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  • Lindsey Bacigal

    Lindsey Bacigal

    Lindsey Bacigal is a Chickasaw/Irish/Polish Indigiqueer. She is the communications director at Indigenous Climate Action. 

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  • Jen Bagelman

    Jen Bagelman

    Dr. Jen Bagelman is a lecturer in geography at Newcastle University, U.K. Both her activist and academic work is committed to supporting anti-colonial environmental migrant justice. You can contact her on Twitter at @bagel_woman.

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  • Shanthiya Baheerathan

    Shanthiya Baheerathan

    Shanthiya Baheerathan immigrated to Canada when she was seven years old and, since then, in some form, has imagined a world where decolonial love is a shared responsibility. She is the co-founder of the Disability Justice Network of Ontario, and is a reader, writer, and researcher in Hamilton, Ontario.

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  • David P. Ball

    David P. Ball

    David P. Ball is a photojournalist living in Vancouver B.C., on Coast Salish territory. He lived in Lebanon during the 2006 war.

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  • Althea Balmes

    Althea Balmes

    Althea Balmes is a visual storyteller and community organizer with Filipino youth. She combines art, culture, and world politics to present stories of her birthplace, the Philippines, and the issues faced by the global Filipino diaspora.

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  • Manahil Bandukwala

    Manahil Bandukwala

    Manahil Bandukwala is a Pakistani writer and artist. See her work on her website, manahils.com, or follow her on Twitter @manaaaahil.

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  • Nikolas Barry-Shaw

    Nikolas Barry-Shaw

    Nikolas Barry-Shaw is an independent researcher living in Montreal. He is a member of Haiti Action Montreal and the Canada Haiti Action Network, but is better known for his stellar defensive play on the basketball court. He is working on his jumpshot.

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  • Andrea Bear Nicholas

    Andrea Bear Nicholas

    Andrea Bear Nicholas is Maliseet from Nekwotkok (Tobique First Nation) and holder of the Endowed Chair of Studies of Aboriginal Cultures of Atlantic Canada at St. Thomas University, Fredericton, N.B., since 1993.  She has written on colonialism, Native women, education, Maliseet history, treaties, oral traditions, linguicide and immersion education. 

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  • Hilary Beaumont

    Hilary Beaumont

    Hilary Beaumont is a freelance journalist and OpenFile curation editor from Halifax.

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  • Umer Beigh

    Umer Beigh

    Umer Beigh is a journalist from Indian-administered Kashmir. He is a graduate of the Nelson Mandela Centre for Peace and Conflict Resolution at Jamia Millia Islamia University in New Delhi.

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  • Chris Benjamin

    Chris Benjamin

    Chris Benjamin is a freelance writer based in Halifax. He has written fiction and features for VoicePrint Canada, Rattling Books, This Magazine, the Toronto Star, Z Magazine and others.

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  • Hilary Bergen

    Hilary Bergen

    Hilary Bergen is a writer, editor, performance artist, and PhD student living in Montreal. Her current research interests include speculative realism, ecocriticism, posthumanism, and technologies of the moving body, dance, and performance studies, popular feminist cultures, and the aesthetic category of the “cute.” Her work has been featured in Artciencia Journal, Matrix, and Whether Magazine.

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  • Craig Berggold

    Craig Berggold

    Craig Berggold is a media artist and photographer. His films and videos have been broadcast on television and exhibited in festivals, art galleries and cinemas around the world.

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  • Olive Bestvater

    Olive Bestvater

    Olive Bestvater is a Franco-Saskatchewanian living in Acadian New Brunswick, teaching music for free to rural and Mi’kmaq youth. Her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in political science are from the University of Saskatchewan and the Université du Québec à Montréal, respectively, where she studied anti-colonial Marxist feminism.

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  • Serena Lukas Bhandar

    Serena Lukas Bhandar

    Serena Lukas Bhandar’s essays, stories, and poems have appeared in various magazines and anthologies as well as on her website, serenabhandar.com. When she’s not editing for The Malahat Review and Room Magazine, you can find Serena at work on her first novel.

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  • Pedro Bigolin Neto

    Pedro Bigolin Neto

    Pedro Bigolin Neto is an earthling wondering how cosmic dust unfolded into complex systems. Concerning human systems, he currently studies land conflicts through legal and decolonial perspectives. He believes the deep and needed changes will come from the borders.

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  • Irene Bindi

    Irene Bindi

    Irene bindi is an organizer with Police Free Schools Winnipeg, a visual and sound artist, and an editor at ARP Books, based in Treaty 1 territory.

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  • Sheldon Birnie

    Sheldon Birnie

    Sheldon Birnie is a reporter for The Herald, a community weekly, and the editor of the quarterly Manitoba Eco-Journal. He lives in Winnipeg and plays country music on the weekends.

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  • Alex Birrell

    Alex Birrell

    Alex Birrell is a writer, settler, and socialist from southern Saskatchewan.

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  • Robert Black

    Robert Black

    Robert Black is a 37-year-old writer from Denver, Colorado. He is scheduled to be released in 2022. 

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  • Dave Bleakney

    Dave Bleakney

    Dave Bleakney is a member of the Canadian Union of Postal Workers and the national union representative for education (Anglophone). On matters of anti-capitalism, the dude abides.

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  • Lindsay Blewett

    Lindsay Blewett

    Lindsay Blewett is a sex worker and a PhD candidate in gender, feminist, and women’s studies at York University.

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  • Terry Boehm

    Terry Boehm

    Terry Boehm is a grain farmer in the Allan/Colonsay districts of Saskatchewan and president of the National Farmers Union.

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  • Paula Bogdan

    Paula Bogdan

    Paula Bogdan is a writer living on Treaty 4 territory in Regina. She can be found on Twitter @paulatoboggan.

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  • Danielle Boissoneau

    Danielle Boissoneau

    Danielle Boissoneau is Anishnaabe kwe from the shorelines of the Great Lakes. She strategically creates opportunities to laugh, resist, and grow. Beyond the confines of colonial capitalism, Danielle enjoys the chance to take care of heirloom seeds and work toward recreating Indigenous food systems. Danielle is from the Old Turtle Clan.

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  • Steven Borowiec

    Steven Borowiec

    Steven Borowiec holds a B.A. from the University of Toronto. Since graduating and realizing he had no marketable skills, he has lived in South Korea where he works as a writer and editor. He has written on Korea for the Guardian, the Toronto Star, Adbusters and other publications.

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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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  • Justin Brake

    Justin Brake

    Justin Brake is an independent journalist from Ktaqmkuk (Newfoundland) who presently lives and works in unceded Algonquin territory. A settler with Mi’kmaq ancestry, much of Justin’s work focuses on Indigenous rights and liberation. He is a writer and editor with the Breach and a regular contributor to the Independent.

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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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  • Elaine Brière

    Elaine Brière

    Elaine Brière is a Vancouver-based documentary photographer, filmmaker and writer.

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  • Mark Brooks

    Mark Brooks

    Mark Brooks is an independent journalist based in Montreal. He posts commentary and interviews on environmental and economics issues at markbrooks.ca.

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  • Enda Brophy

    Enda Brophy

    Enda Brophy teaches in the School of Communication at Simon Fraser University.

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  • Lorne Brown

    Lorne Brown

    Lorne Brown is an author, a founder of the Waffle Movement, and retired professor of political science at the University of Regina.

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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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  • Rowan Burdge

    Rowan Burdge

    Rowan Burdge is a scholar, activist, survivor, and queer, disabled, white settler on the stolen and unceded lands of the xʷməθkwəy̓əm (Musqueam), Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish), and səl̓ilw̓ət (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations. 

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  • Dave Bush

    Dave Bush

    Dave Bush is involved in Solidarity Halifax, an anti-capitalist, membership-based organ­ization. Bush is completing an MA in labour studies at McMaster University.

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