I wrote a piece for The Breach about the rise of right wing populism in Canada and what the left has missed in this moment and what we might do about it. Check it out […]
Tag: social change
FAWQ on Thirtywood
My SSFWQ partner-in-crime and FAWQ co-author Ajay Parasram and I were invited to talk with journalist, author, and activist Nora Loreto about writing, radical publishing, and keeping revolutionary ideas alive in dark times. Celebrating the […]
Frequently asked white questions
I’m so excited to announce the publication of Frequently Asked White Questions! Based on the ten most popular questions Ajay Parasram and I have been asked on our YouTube anti-racist education project, Safe Space for […]
Hot off the presses!
I’m thrilled to announce that Making Sense of Society: Power and Possibility, my latest book, has been released by Fernwood Publishing and is now available for purchase.
New optimism in canada-us relations
Alongside Dr. Donald Ableson I was interviewed by Heidi Petracek for the “Politics” segment of CTV News Atlantic at Six. I talked about the future of the far right, administration change, and how to build […]
Safe space for white questions
In February 2020, Dr. Ajay Parasram and I began an experiment we called “Safe Space for White Questions,” recurring drop-in sessions we host aimed at white-identified people to ask difficult questions about racism, white supremacy, […]
How Can social & environmental justice movements build political power?
On December 10, 2020 I was invited to participate in a session of “Ask a Scientist Live” organized by XR Scientists to discuss the question of how social and environmental justice movements build political power. […]
Ecologies of the Radical Imagination
My new article “Ecologies of the Radical Imagination” has just been published online in Information, Communication & Society. See it here, the first 50 copies are free to read!
Do Red and Green Mix?
What’s the relationship between socialism and environmentalism in the struggle for a post-capitalist, ecologically sustainable future? Check out Michael Löwy’s original essay, the roundtable it stimulated, and my response here. Great conversations facilitated by the […]
Race in a Glass Nation: Fragility and Dissent in the University and Beyond
I was honoured to be invited to be a panelist at this event held at the University of King’s College on November 17, 2017. In a moment of rising fascism, aggrieved masculinity, and rabid white […]