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  • Joanne Wadden

    Joanne Wadden

    Joanne Wadden recently completed a Masters in Sociology at York University. Her final paper focused on the academic work of indigenous scholars in regards to identity, subjectivity and the politics of recognition.

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  • Kevin Walby

    Kevin Walby

    Kevin Walby is an associate professor of criminal justice at the University of Winnipeg. He is co-author of Police Funding, Dark Money, and the Greedy Institution (2022). He is the director of the Centre for Access to Information and Justice and the co-editor of the Journal of Prisoners on Prisons

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  • Brad Walchuk

    Brad Walchuk

    Brad Walchuk lives in Hamilton, Ontario, and works as a staff representative for CUPE Local 3906, representing roughly 3,000 precariously employed academic workers at McMaster University. He holds an MA in political science from Brock University, where he still occasionally teaches in the department of labour studies.

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  • Harsha Walia

    Harsha Walia

    Harsha Walia is a Punjabi organizer and writer.

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  • Sanna Wani

    Sanna Wani

    Sanna Wani is a Kashmiri person and poet around Tkaronto, studying the anthropology of Islam. Her words are in canthius, Peach Mag, and The Puritan. She loves daisies.

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  • Syrus Marcus Ware

    Syrus Marcus Ware

    Syrus Marcus Ware is a Vanier scholar, visual artist, activist, curator, and educator whose work explores social justice frameworks and Black activist culture. He is part of the Performance Disability Art Collective, a core team member of Black Lives Matter - Toronto, and the co-editor of Until We Are Free: Reflections on Black Lives Matter in Canada. (Photo by Jalani Morgan.)

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  • Trevor Waurechen

    Trevor Waurechen

    Trevor Waurechen is an illustrator and comics author. Currently living in his third Canadian province, his work deals with the subtleties of human interaction.

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  • Barret Weber

    Barret Weber

    Barret Weber is a member of Friends of Medicare and is a union member in CUPE 3911 with Athabasca University.

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  • Calvin White

    Calvin White

    Calvin White is a B.C. essayist and mental health counsellor. His poetry book, We run faster with the deer, was published by Turnstone Press in 2001.

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  • Maia Wikler

    Maia Wikler

    Maia Wikler is a freelance journalist, film director, and PhD candidate in political ecology. Her research focuses on wielding memory as a tool for justice in the face of corporate abuse and the climate crisis. Her work has been published in Vogue, High Country News, and Canada’s National Observer, among many others.

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  • Olivia Wilkins

    Olivia Wilkins

    Olivia Wilkins is a research scientist and editor, living and working in New York City.

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  • Alex Wilson

    Alex Wilson

    Alex Wilson, Opaskwayak Cree Nation, is a professor in the college of education at the University of Saskatchewan. Her work focuses on land-based education, queering education, and the protection of land and water through sustainable housing.

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  • James Wilt

    James Wilt

    James Wilt is a freelance journalist and author of the book Do Androids Dream of Electric Cars? Public Transit in the Age of Google, Uber, and Elon Musk (Between the Lines Books). He organizes with the police abolitionist organization Winnipeg Police Cause Harm.

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  • Meagan Wohlberg

    Meagan Wohlberg

    Meagan Wohlberg is an award-winning journalist based out of Fort Smith, NWT (Thebacha, Denendeh). The former editor of the Northern Journal, Meagan is now a freelance writer, researcher, and grassroots communications consultant.

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  • Jessica C.Y. Wong

    Jessica C.Y. Wong

    Jessica C.Y. Wong studied carbon cycling in streams for her MSc research at the University of Toronto and now works as a freelance writer.

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  • Vincent Wong

    Vincent Wong

    Vincent Wong is a PhD candidate at Osgoode Hall Law School where he researches barriers to education for undocumented youth from a critical race perspective. He is also on the advisory committee of the Community Justice Collective (Tkaranto) and a member of the Lausan Collective, a leftist group of writers, researchers, activists and artists from Hong Kong and its diasporas, engaging with the city’s political struggle.

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  • Mel Woods

    Mel Woods

    Mel Woods (they/them) is a writer and audio producer, originally from Alberta and now based in Vancouver. You can find them on Twitter at @intothemelwoods

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  • Indymedia Montreal 2016 Convergence Working Group

    Indymedia Montreal 2016 Convergence Working Group

    The Indymedia Montreal 2016 Convergence Working Group is an international caucus of media organizers who convened around the August meetings of the World Social Forum and the World Forum of Free Media in Montreal. The working group also initiated an action protesting the mass denial of Global South visas for forum participants by the Canadian government. Contact: [email protected].

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  • Emilie Wren

    Emilie Wren

    Emilie Wren is a journalism and Indigenous communication arts student at the University of Regina and First Nations University respectively. 

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