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Book Review: Hood Feminism

Kendall turns the gaze of those in positions of privilege who self-identify as “feminist” to frequent blind spots that compromise equity for all who present as feminine and their communities.


Book Review: From the Ashes

From the Ashes helps us understand the work needed—both systemic and within each of us—to break the patterns of homelessness, discrimination and addictions—and to light the darkness of love gone bad.


Book Review: The Skin We’re In

Desmond Cole raises a wide range of stories and experiences including microaggressions in employment, anti-black racism in education, the oppression of Indigenous Peoples, and violent police brutality.


Continuing Welcome

This report analyses the federal government’s efforts to address the refugee sponsorship challenges raised by Sponsorship Agreement Holders in A Half Welcome in 2017. While there have been some improvements in the refugee resettlement process in the past three years, significant gaps remain.


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