Amid a crisis of violence against Indigenous women in Canada, this issue’s cover story documents decolonization projects in women’s emergency shelters. Alessandra Naccarato reveals the hope of inner-city beekeeping. Laura Ellyn has a comic on the gendering of pain and depression. Aleksandra McHugh explores the great neoliberal education mash-up. And we bring together Ai Weiwei and the Walking With Our Sisters project. These stories – and more!

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    Violent relations

    What is the role of settler Canadians in the colonial present?

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    The neoliberal education mash-up

    What do open plan schools, standardized testing, and public-private partnerships have in common?

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    Flipping the script on disaster

    Last November, the Philippines was struck by the strongest typhoon ever to make landfall. From Haiti, activists reached out to help Filipinos contend with the Western aid response that so often wrests power from the people.

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    Psychiatry and pain

    The treatment of pain and mental illness is highly gendered.

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    Rare honey

    Rural bee populations are in crisis. But inner-city hives are thriving even as the war on the poor escalates.

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    Decolonizing the emergency

    Amid the crisis of violence against Indigenous women in Canada,13 Blackfoot women in southern Alberta participate in a unique project to decolonize women’s emergency shelters.

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    Art and the ones missing

    In China and in Canada, artists are finding powerful new ways to commemorate the victims of ongoing government policies and inaction, to honour the dead and the missing, and to call for accountability.

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    The Great Black North

    Creating a black Canadian poetry.

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    After Mondragon

    On the relevance of co-ops in the neoliberal era.