The Balmoral Hotel: One of the Many Effects of Decades of Neoliberalism in Vancouver

Filed under Activism, Capitalism & Class, Vancouver Politics   ·   June 23rd, 2017   ·   1 comment

“Money doesn’t solve everyone’s problems, community does,” proclaims Balmoral resident Amanda Germann.

Okanagan Fruit Leaves Sour Taste: Temporary Foreign Workers in Agriculture Fighting Back

Filed under Capitalism & Class, Race and Racism, Vancouver Politics   ·   June 16th, 2017   ·   0 comments

Originally published at Rebel Youth This article exposes the myths surrounding Temporary Foreign Workers, the hyper-exploitation and deplorable conditions migrants face, particularly in the agriculture sector. It includes a focus on RAMA – Radical Action with Migrants in Agriculture, an anti-racist and decolonial organization that advocates for, supports and works to build community for migrant […]

Muslims’ and Malcolm’s rage

Filed under Race and Racism   ·   June 13th, 2017   ·   0 comments

This piece was originally written for Malcolm X’s birthday. It’s Malcolm X’s birthday, and social media is soon to be bombarded with his speeches, images, and quotes, with a general theme of romanticized revolution. Although the content shared of Malcolm varies, a specific side of Malcolm is often depicted: the politically strong, passionate Afro-American that […]

   

Rubbed Raw: Depression and Suicide, from the Eyes of a Lover

Filed under Culture, Disability Justice & Mental Health   ·   June 3rd, 2017   ·   0 comments

Event preview: 50 Years of Naxalbari

Filed under Events   ·   May 26th, 2017   ·   0 comments

Event preview: Hands Off Syria

Filed under Events   ·   April 9th, 2017   ·   0 comments

BDS court case verdict and the surrounding campus politics

Filed under Campus, Decolonization, Global Politics   ·   April 5th, 2017   ·   0 comments

A Palestinian’s response to Koby Michaels’ Op-ed

Filed under Campus, Decolonization, Global Politics, Race and Racism   ·   April 3rd, 2017   ·   0 comments

Event preview: Evening of sharing stories and experiences written by Canadian immigrant women

Filed under Events   ·   April 2nd, 2017   ·   0 comments