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  • Julio Salgado

    Julio Salgado

    Julio Salgado is the creator of the online comic strip “Liberty For All.” His activist artwork has become a staple of the DREAM Act movement. He is a recent California State University, Long Beach graduate with a BA in journalism and blogs at notasfromthebeach.blogspot.com.

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  • Don Sawyer

    Don Sawyer

    Don Sawyer is an educator, writer and international development worker who lives with his wife, Jan, in Salmon Arm, B.C. Don recently retired from Okanagan College, where he taught adult education, served as the college’s ABE Department Chair and was Director of the International Development Centre.

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  • Larissa Schneider

    Larissa Schneider

    Larissa Schneider is interning with the Canadian Research Institute for the Advancement of Women during the final semester of her master’s program in global governance at the Balsillie School of International Affairs in Waterloo, Ont.

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  • Larissa Schneider

    Larissa Schneider

    Larissa Schneider is interning with the Canadian Research Institute for the Advancement of Women during the final semester of her master’s program in global governance at the Balsillie School of International Affairs in Waterloo, Ont.

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  • Alan Sears

    Alan Sears

    Alan Sears is a writer and activist who teaches sociology at Ryerson. He is an editorial associate of New Socialist webzine and the co-author (with James Cairms) of The Democratic Imagination: Envisioning Popular Power in the Twenty-First Century (University of Toronto Press). His new book is The Next New Left: A History of the Future (Fernwood Publishing).

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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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  • Chris Shaw

    Chris Shaw

    Chris Shaw is a research scientist and professor with a primary interest in the origin of neurological diseases. He is also a political commentator, wannabe investigative journalist, social activist, Olympic gadfly, former reserve army officer, father of two, and author of the book Five Ring Circus: Myths and Realities of the Olympic Games.

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  • Brittany Shoot

    Brittany Shoot

    Brittany Shoot is a writer, editor and critic based in Copenhagen and Boston.

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  • Farah Shroff

    Farah Shroff

    Farah Shroff loves poetry, yoga, social justice, children and being a mother.

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  • Ben Sichel

    Ben Sichel

    Ben Sichel is a high-school teacher and member of the Dartmouth local of the Nova Scotia Teachers Union.

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  • Jo Simalaya Alcampo

    Jo Simalaya Alcampo

    Jo SiMalaya Alcampo was born in Maynila, the capital of the Philippines, and raised in Scarborough. She currently volunteers with Caregiver Connections, Education and Support Organization (CCESO), a group for Filipina live-in caregivers, and is a member of the Kapwa Collective, a mutual support group of Filipino Canadian artists, critical thinkers, and healers.

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  • Leanne Betasamosake Simpson

    Leanne Betasamosake Simpson

    Leanne Betasamosake Simpson is of Mississauga Nishnaabeg ancestry and is the author of Dancing on Our Turtle’s Back: Stories of Nishnaabeg Re-Creation, Resurgence and a New Emergence. She is the editor of Lightening the Eighth Fire: The Liberation, Resurgence and Protection of Indigenous Nations and This is an Honour Song: Twenty Years Since the Blockades, all published by Arbeiter Ring Publishing in Winnipeg.

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  • Michael Skinner

    Michael Skinner

    Michael Skinner is a musician, composer, and human rights activist. For a decade he was a National Education Facilitator for the Canadian Union of Postal Workers. Since 2006, he has been a researcher at the York Centre for International and Security Studies at York University Toronto.

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  • Michael Smith

    Michael Smith

    Michael Smith is a community organizer who has worked on organic farms for several years in Ontario and Quebec. He loves cooking, especially with fresh, local, organic heirloom tomatoes.

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  • Naava Smolash

    Naava Smolash

    Naava Smolash is a faculty member in the English department at Douglas College. She holds a PhD from Simon Fraser University focused on race theory, and is the author of “The Opposite of Rape Culture is Nurturance Culture.”

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  • Nikko Snyder

    Nikko Snyder

    Nikko Snyder pursues small-scale farming, filmmaking, writing and food activism from her home in rural Saskatchewan. She recently spent three months working on an organic farm in B.C. in exchange for room and board.

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  • Melanie Sommerville

    Melanie Sommerville

    Melanie Sommerville is a doctoral student in geography at UBC, where her research focuses on farmland investment in Canada and globally. Melanie has a long history of involvement in community food security issues and an uncommon passion for matters of agricultural policy and politics.

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  • Alethea Spiridon

    Alethea Spiridon

    Alethea Spiridon is a freelance editor and writer based near Durham, Ontario. She can be reached through her website at freelanceeditor.ca.

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    Alethea Spiridon

    Alethea Spiridon is a freelance editor and writer based near Durham, Ontario. She can be reached through her website at freelanceeditor.ca.

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  • Kalin Stacey

    Kalin Stacey

    Kalin Stacey is an Indigenous rights and environmental justice activist based in Kitchener-Waterloo. He has been active with both OPIRG-Toronto and Waterloo PIRG, where he continues to work with several action groups.

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  • Jon Steinman

    Jon Steinman

    Jon Steinman is the producer/host of Deconstructing Dinner, a weekly radio show and podcast heard on 32 radio stations across the country.

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  • Airin Stephens

    Airin Stephens

    Airin Stephens is a high-school teacher in the inner city in Toronto, where she is slowly turning the schoolyard into raised beds for growing food.

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  • Andrew Stevens

    Andrew Stevens

    Andrew Stevens is the co-host of Rank and File Radio rankandfile.ca on CFRC 101.9 FM in Kingston and an assistant professor at the University of Regina.

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  • Laura Stewart

    Laura Stewart

    Laura Stewart grew up on a small cattle farm in southeast Saskatchewan, studied biology and geography, and surveyed native prairie plants for oilfield project reviews, before turning to activism and journalism. She is the 2017 Magazines Canada Grands Prix Fellow.

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  • Alexandra Stiver

    Alexandra Stiver

    Alexandra Stiver is a social scientist interested in the intersection of business, digital technologies, and community, both online and offline. Her professional experience and research include business anthropology, qualitative methods, and social media strategy. She tweets @cansti.

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  • Mick Sweetman

    Mick Sweetman

    Mick Sweetman is a community journalist whose work has appeared in publications like This Magazine, Canadian Dimension, and rabble.ca. He hosts “The Scope News” on CJRU 1280AM in Toronto and coordinates student journalists at The Dialog at George Brown College. He tweets at @MickSweetman.

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  • Waaseyaa’sin Christine Sy

    Waaseyaa’sin Christine Sy

    Waaseyaa’sin Christine Sy was born and raised in the Bawating (Sault Ste. Marie, Ont.) region of the Robinson-Superior Treaty area. She is Anishinaabe of mixed ancestry and is a poet, writer, and PhD student of Indigenous studies at Trent University.

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