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  • Chris Ramsaroop

    Chris Ramsaroop

    Chris Ramsaroop is an organizer with Justice for Migrant Workers. Chris also is an assistant professor at the New College of  the University of Toronto and co-director of the Migrant Farmworkers Clinic in the Faculty of Law at the University of Windsor.

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  • Aditya Rao

    Aditya Rao

    Aditya Rao is a lawyer, organizer and NB Media Co-op contributor. He served on the board of the Co-op from 2020 to 2022.

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  • Asaf Rashid

    Asaf Rashid

    Asaf Rashid practises criminal, immigration, and prison law in Halifax/k’jipuktuk. He is a member of the Canadian Prison Law Association and Nova Scotia Criminal Lawyers Association, sits on the board of the East Coast Prison Justice Society, and is a former union organizer.

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  • Lana Ray

    Lana Ray

    Lana Ray is an Anishinaabe kwe from Opwaaganasiniing. She is an assistant professor in the department of Indigenous learning and the Indigenous research chair in decolonial futures at Lakehead University.

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  • Paula Razuri

    Paula Razuri

    Paula Razuri is a freelance writer and photographer in Tkaronto. She dreams of being an anonymous novelist one day.

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  • Anna Reitman

    Anna Reitman

    Anna Reitman has worked as an adult educator and administrator in Canada, Uganda and Afghanistan.

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  • Ashley Renders

    Ashley Renders

    Ashley Renders is a freelance journalist, producer, and editor based in Toronto. She has covered big debates shaping the natural resources industry for major publications, including the National Post, VICE News, and Thomson Reuters Foundation.

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  • Joelle Renstrom

    Joelle Renstrom

    Joelle Renstrom lives in Boston, Massachusetts, where she teaches literature, writing and communications. Her work has appeared in Carousel, the Allegheny Review, Sycamore Review, the New York Inquirer and Sonic Clash.

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  • Research for the Front Lines

    Research for the Front Lines

    Research for the Front Lines is a new initiative, led by Dr. Jen Gobby, that connects grassroots communities and organizers on the front lines of the fight for environmental and climate justice in Canada with researchers with skills, time, and labour to offer. We establish and support research collaborations that contribute to resisting extractive, colonial capitalism and rebuilding just, flourishing alternatives. We'd like to acknowledge Keith Scott, Sara Adams, and Clare Kenny for their work on this research project.

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  • Sophia Reuss

    Sophia Reuss

    Sophia Reuss lives in New York City. She also works as an editor for rabble.ca.

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  • Chelsey Rhodes

    Chelsey Rhodes

    Chelsey Rhodes is a writer, researcher, activist, and soon-to-be PhD student who spent several years working and consulting with NGOs and humanitarian organizations in Canada, the U.S., U.K., and Malawi.

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  • Mahta Riazi

    Mahta Riazi

    Mahta Riazi is a poet and teacher living in Tio’tia:ke (Montréal). You can find her poetry in inQluded magazine, Voicemail Poems, Yolk literary magazine, Bahr magazine, and Brickplight. Her chapbook Parastoo was published in June 2022 by Cactus Press. 

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  • Emily Riddle

    Emily Riddle

    Emily Riddle is nehiyaw and a member of the Alexander First Nation in Treaty 6. She once again lives on her own territories in amiskwaciwâskahikan. She is a researcher, writer, and library worker, who sits on the board of advisers for the Yellowhead Institute, a First Nations-led think tank based out of Ryerson University.

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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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  • Anna Bianca Roach

    Anna Bianca Roach

    Anna Bianca Roach is a freelance journalist who covers social movements, gender, and labour from a leftist perspective. You can find more about her and her work at www.annabiancaroach.com.

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  • Shantala Robinson

    Shantala Robinson

    Shantala Robinson is an illustrator and designer based in Vancouver. Her illustrations blend traditional artistic elements from many different cultures.

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  • Tabitha Robin

    Tabitha Robin

    Tabitha Robin is a mixed ancestry Swampy Cree iskwew. She is an assistant professor in the faculty of land and food systems at the University of British Columbia.  

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  • Nedra Rodrigo

    Nedra Rodrigo

    Nedra Rodrigo is the co-founder of the Tamil Studies Symposium at York University and the bilingual, inclusive, Tamil-centric art space that is the Tam Fam Lit Jam. She is a published poet, translator, and academic; organizer of community workshops; and curator of cultural events. 

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  • Megan Rohrer

    Megan Rohrer

    Megan Rohrer is a pastor living in San Francisco who serves four Lutheran congregations and one Episcopal congregation.

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  • Maya Rolbin-Ghanie

    Maya Rolbin-Ghanie

    Maya Rolbin-Ghanie is an activist and freelance writer based in Montreal.

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  • Rhea Rollmann

    Rhea Rollmann

    Rhea Rollmann is a writer, editor, and broadcaster based in St. John’s, NL. She’s a founding editor with TheIndependent.ca, a contributing editor with PopMatters, and program director at CHMR-FM, a community radio station. She has a background in labour organizing and queer and trans activism.

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  • Ros


    Ros is a New York based writer, musician and artist. Dedicating the majority of her work to explore the balance of creative expressions between authenticity, identity and imagination.

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  • Jordana Rosenfeld

    Jordana Rosenfeld

    Jordana Rosenfeld is a writer and settler on Shawnee land.

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