How feminists are dismantling white supremacy. Alliances among First Nations, environmentalists, and forestry workers may be the key to a sustainable and responsible industry. How have Newfoundland students framed their right to accessible education? Roundtable on building and sustaining the Black liberation movement. How can the National Energy Board be opposed to prevent pipelines from being built? Moral policing of addictions in women’s remand centres. An interview with the founder of Iron & Earth. Ableist narratives that preclude life-enriching activities.

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    “We Continue to be Magical”

    Five young Black folks speak to the challenges and strategies for building and sustaining the Black liberation movement.

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    On Notice

    If we were to place the stories of the Black Lives Matter Toronto resistance and the Panama Papers leak in a Venn diagram, the overlapping space would highlight that capital depends on white supremacy and the justification of racism.

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    Tuition Freeze 100

    What happens when students in Newfoundland and Labrador frame accessible education as a greater political good?

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    A Matter of Life and Death in Remand

    When the correctional system dictates inmates’ access to health care, the moral policing of addictions in combination with systemic racism creates a lethal environment in remand.

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    Ordinary Objectives

    Ableist narratives have made it impossible to imagine folks with disabilities having healthy, happy lives enriched by something as ordinary as getting a dog.

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    Poor Housing: A Silent Crisis

    In the face of federal fiscal abandonment, community-based housing providers in Winnipeg are working to support low-income tenants.

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    Mobilizing for a Transition

    An interview with Lliam Hildebrand of Iron & Earth.

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    Against the Pipeline Prerogative

    The National Energy Board is the regulatory body that determines whether (and which) pipelines will pump bitumen across Canada. As an extension of a colonial project that violates Indigenous land and consent, the NEB is up against Indigenous women and their allies leading the fight against pipelines.

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    Growing Sustainable Forestry Alliances

    The forestry model conventionally pursued by the Canadian forestry industry has long been battering community economies, trampling Indigenous rights, and damaging forestry ecosystems, all the while empowered by colonial and capitalist legislative frameworks. Sustainable forest management is gaining traction as allied forestry workers, grassroots environmentalists, and First Nations create new models of forestry.

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    Feminism’s White Default

    White supremacy continues to permeate feminist organizing in Canada.