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Nov 7 2013 | By Aaron Leonard | Professor Geoff Mann discusses his book 'Disassembly Required' and how it engages those people who may not be fully informed about the status quo, but know they want to make a change from capitalism.
Oct 31 2013 | By The Graphic History Collective | The Graphic History Collective released a new graphic novel about the labour organization the Noble and Holy Order of the Knights of Labour and their contentious roots in Canada.
Oct 24 2013 | By Meghan Murphy | Female sexuality and the libido have long been viewed as something of a mystery. Are slowing female libidos a disorder, a result of monogamy or just plain normal?
Oct 17 2013 | By Dr. Theresa Turmel | Xat’sull Chief Bev Sellars' memoir 'They Called Me Number One' details her life from traumatic childhood to her transition as community leader and details the effects Indian residential schools had.
Oct 10 2013 | By Jeff Miller | Lynn Coady's new book of short stories 'Hellgoing' resonates with the challenges of life and people's ability to persevere.
Oct 3 2013 | By Joan Baxter | A new edition of the 'No Nonsense Guide to World Food' adds on more "food highlights" that could not have been predicted in 2008.
Sep 26 2013 | By Katie Hyslop | Two new books discuss the experience of growing up indigenous: one through interviews with indigenous children, one through fictionalized autobiography.
Sep 21 2013 | By Cathi Bond | Author Cathi Bond interviews children's entertainer and writer Raffi Cavoukian to get a more in depth look into his book #lightwebdarkweb and how social media affects children.
Sep 12 2013 | By Yutaka Dirks | 'What Lies Across the Water' by Stephen Kimber discusses the hypocrisy behind the Cuban Five arrests, the courage of the five Cuban men and what really happened.
Sep 5 2013 | By Steffanie Pinch | Activist toolkit coordinator Steffanie Pinch reviews activist handbook 'Stay Solid! A Radical Guide for Youth' edited by Vancouver youth centre The Purple Thistle Centre.