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    A Magazine Against Borders

    All borders rely on violence.

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    Conditions for Security

    In a refugee camp in Lebanon, a young Syrian photographer captured moments of growth, life, and love.

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    Energy Series: Surface Mining

    Winner of the 2016 Writing in the Margins contest for poetry.

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    Living Death

    Winner of the 2016 Writing in the Margins Contest for creative non-fiction.

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    Fierce Existence & Resistance

    An interview with Brown, Black & Fierce

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    The Cost of Managed Migration

    The Temporary Foreign Worker Program has spawned a recruitment industry in Guatemala that promises workers risk-free employment in Canada, but delivers precarity and exploitation.

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    Home Sweet Homostead

    What’s it like to leave behind bright city lights, the gentrification squeeze, and renoviction culture for the Homostead?

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    The Luxury of Air

    The liberalization of China’s economy has widened the gap between rich and poor, rendering clean air and clean water a privatized luxury.

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    Student Activism in a Union Town

    The automotive capital of Canada was once a site of militant labour organizing. Today, it’s humming with a renewed sense of activism, this time led by students.

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    Unsettling the Orchard

    We hear it all the time: racist police officers are “bad apples” – exceptions to the rule. What kind of change can the conversation provoke when we start talking about the orchard, rather than the apples?

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    Lumpen: The Autobiography of Ed Mead

    Lumpen is the raw autobiography of revolutionary George Jackson Brigade member, Ed Mead.