Amber Gross is the former local president of AMUSE (Association of McGill University Support Employees – Public Service Alliance of Canada) and was an activist during the 2012 Quebec student strike. She is currently a collective member of the Prisoner Correspondence Project, a resource and support organization for queer and trans prisoners in Canada and the U.S.

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    Visions of a Radical Labour Movement

    For the labour movement to become a truly liberatory force, it must be grounded in our shared social struggles.