Feature stories on barriers to strategic political organizing, journalism internships, changes and challenges to Canada’s Indian Act, the deadly intersection of immigration and health care policy, bridging Palestine solidarity with Indigenous struggles at home, life and labour in the Alberta housing boom, and the winning entries of our fourth annual Writing in the Margins creative writing contest. Plus, book reviews and a commentary on call-out culture.

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    The Horizon of Expectations

    Letter from the editor.

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    Coyote Mothers of the Niagara Region

    Winner of our fourth annual creative writing contest in the poetry category.

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    That Guy Who Isn’t You

    For all the men who believe that sexual harassment and violence aren’t their responsibility.

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    Organizing to Win the World

    How can radical organizers and activists overcome barriers to serious strategic organizing?

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    Health Care and Immigration Policies that Kill

    Addressing the deadly intersection of unjust health care and immigration policies.

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    Unpaid News

    With print news media in decline and newsrooms shrinking, Sara Tatelman investigates the role of journalism internships.

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    Canada’s Indian Policy is a Process of Deception

    From changes in status recognition to land claims agreements, Canada’s Indian policy demonstrates the cunning of a colonial state.

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    “The more they oppress, the less safe they feel”

    Bridging Palestine solidarity work with Indigenous struggles in Canada.

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    Father, Son, and the Alberta Housing Boom

    Critical reflections on life and labour in the home building trades.

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    Revisiting Canada’s Long Sixties

    What does a critical assessment of sixties radicalism offer to people today?

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    A Note on Call-Out Culture

    Are we educating each other or just scoring points from our swivel chairs?