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  • Erik Haensel

    Erik Haensel

    Erik Haensel lives in Vancouver, where he is engaged in community building and media deconstruction. He is a voracious bookworm who is currently working on his first novel.

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  • Nigel Hakeem

    Nigel Hakeem

    Nigel Hakeem is a writer, bookseller, reality TV enthusiast, and Marxist organizer from rural Saskatchewan. He currently lives in Vancouver, B.C.

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  • Tamina D. Hamid

    Tamina D. Hamid

    Tamina D. Hamid, #1530215, is a lifer and “front line,” behind the razor, activist. I am white/native Indian and Pakistani, and my Muslim heritage is important to me. I am not a quitter! I’m here for the good fight for all.

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  • Alissa Hamilton

    Alissa Hamilton

    Alissa Hamilton is a Woodcock-Foundation-funded Food and Society Policy Fellow and the author of the forthcoming book Squeezed: What You Don’t Know About Orange Juice (Yale University Press), due out in May 2009. She lives in Toronto.

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  • Chad Hammond

    Chad Hammond

    Chad Hammond is a seventh-generation settler with German and Irish roots, raised on Treaty 4 territory and now residing on Treaty 6. At various turns, he is star-gazing, plant-grazing, poem-phrasing, anything but navel-gazing.

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  • D’Arcy Hande

    D’Arcy Hande

    D’Arcy Hande, a retired archivist and historian, has keenly followed the uranium industry’s activity in Saskatchewan since the Saskatchewan Party government launched the Uranium Development Partnership in 2008. A long-time opponent of the promotion of nuclear power as sustainable energy, he paid close attention to the negotiation of the collaboration agreement between Cameco and Areva and the Village of Pinehouse, and interviewed many of the agreement’s foremost opponents in Pinehouse. In June 2013, he joined 38 other plaintiffs in challenging the agreement at the Saskatchewan Court of Queen’s Bench.

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  • Julie Han

    Julie Han

    Julie Han is a writer and researcher based in Tkaronto. She holds an MA in economic geography and critical development from the University of Toronto, with a focus on work, debt, tech, and cities. She is working on a fake sport called “SKOLF!,” a real memoir called Huffing Wig Fumes and Simping 4 Steve-O, and some other stuff. She irregularly tweets from @jool_e_haan. 

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  • Hannah Kaya

    Hannah Kaya

    Hannah Kaya is a farm worker and organizer.

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  • Hannen Sabean

    Hannen Sabean

    Hannen Sabean is a farm worker living in western Quebec. He holds an MA in Canadian history from Memorial University of Newfoundland.

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  • Sasha Hanson Pastran

    Sasha Hanson Pastran

    Sasha Hanson Pastran is an activist-academic-policy wonk who was born in Nicaragua, grew up in Saskatoon, and currently calls Ottawa home. She focused her graduate research on global mining conflicts, with a deep dive into Brazilian mining policies and practices.

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  • Jenn Hardy

    Jenn Hardy

    Jenn Hardy is a Montreal-based freelance writer.

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  • Carla Harris

    Carla Harris

    Carla Harris (she/her, they/them) is a disabled queer community organizer, policy geek, and interdisciplinary artist on Treaty 4 territory in Regina, SK.

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  • Ella Hartsoe

    Ella Hartsoe

    Ella Hartsoe is a Puebla Nahua with family in Washington, D.C. and Zacatlán, Mexico. Their graduate work at the University of Toronto focuses on global climate justice and international law. 

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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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  • Erum Hasan

    Erum Hasan

    Erum Hasan works for a social justice organization in Ottawa.

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  • Clare Heggie

    Clare Heggie

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

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  • Bonnie Heilman

    Bonnie Heilman

    Bonnie Heilman runs Kinship Community Development out of Saskatoon, on Treaty 6 territory. She was a co-organizer of the Just Transitions Summit and is a student in the master of fine arts in writing program at the University of Saskatchewan.

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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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  • Kris Hermes

    Kris Hermes

    Kris Hermes is an activist, author, and freelance journalist, who has provided legal support to land defenders since March 2018.

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  • Luis Hernandez Navarro

    Luis Hernandez Navarro

    Luis Hernández Navarro is Assistant Editor at La Jornada, one of Mexico’s national newspapers. He has co-edited, contributed to and authored 12 books on agriculture, peasants and indigenous peoples in Mexico.

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  • Gord Hill

    Gord Hill

    Gord Hill is a member of the Kwakwaka’wakw Nation on the Pacific Northwest Coast and has been active in Indigenous resistance and anti-capitalist movements for many years. He is also a writer, artist, and public speaker. He is the author of The 500 Years of Resistance Comic Book, The Anti-Capitalist Resistance Comic Book, and The Antifa Comic Book.

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  • Erica Hiroko

    Erica Hiroko

    Erica Hiroko is an emerging Japanese/Chinese-Canadian writer and a graduate of the Writer’s Studio at Simon Fraser University. She dreams about publishing a a novel or collection of short stories.

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  • Bára Hladík

    Bára Hladík

    Bára Hladík is a Czech-Canadian writer, editor and artist. Her work can be found in EVENT Magazine, This Magazine, Hamilton Arts & Letters, and elsewhere. Her first book New Infinity was published by Metatron Press (2022). Photo by Colene AuCoin.

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  • Cathy Holtslander

    Cathy Holtslander

    Cathy Holtslander works as the Director of Research and Policy for the National Farmers Union in Saskatoon. She and her partner Lyle Orchard also farm, growing certified organic grain near Mont Nebo, SK.

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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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  • Megan Hope

    Megan Hope

    Megan Hope is a health-care worker interested in social justice. She has been active in the campaign to stop Toronto Mayor Rob Ford’s cutbacks of social services, and is a member of the Davenport-Perth Stop the Cuts Committee.

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  • Rob Houle

    Rob Houle

    Rob Houle is from Swan River First Nation, Treaty 8 Territory, Alberta and is currently studying law at Thompson Rivers University. He is a research fellow at the Yellowhead Institute and was one of the researchers on the Cash Back Red Paper.

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  • Jordan House

    Jordan House

    Jordan House is an assistant professor in the department of labour studies at Brock University. His research focuses on prison labour and prisoner-worker organizing, new forms of worker organization, and labour movement renewal. 

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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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  • Alex Hundert

    Alex Hundert

    Alex Hundert will be released on March 26, 2013 after serving nine months in the Central North Correctional Centre on charges related to the G20 protests in Toronto. He looks forward to rejoining community and continuing to organize against oppression in this settler-colonial society. Alex maintains a blog called Narrative Resistance.

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  • Syed Hussan

    Syed Hussan

    Syed Hussan is a Toronto based-activist, executive director of the Migrant Workers Alliance for Change, and a member of the Migrant Rights Network. You can follow him on Twitter at @hussansk.

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  • Ian Hussey

    Ian Hussey

    Ian Hussey is a PhD candidate in sociology at York University. He was the co-founding national co-ordinator of the Canadian Student Fair Trade Network from 2004 to 2008 and has been on the advisory board of United Students for Fair Trade since 2006.

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  • Penelope Hutchison

    Penelope Hutchison

    Penelope Hutchison is a professional researcher, analyst and writer living in Vancouver.

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