Maya Bhullar

Maya Bhullar is the Activist Toolkit Coordinator at rabble.ca. She has over 15 years of professional experience in such diverse areas as migration, labour, urban planning and community mobilization. She has a particular interest in grassroots engagement, effective representation of constituents' interests and in helping organizations to better achieve their stated goals. Her experience comes from the public sector and from working with labour unions. She has held research and policy positions with the U.S. Department of Labour, the Habitat International Coalition, American Federation of Labour-Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO) and Service Employees International Union (SEIU). Since 2010, Maya has held the position of Research Coordinator with SEIU Local 2 Canada, helping to build campaigns for the rights of low-wage workers. Maya has been a speaker at many events including the World Social Forum and at the Global Labour University. She has a Master's Degree in International Development Economics and Urban Development from American University, Washington D.C., and a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Anthropology and International Relations from the State University of New York at Cortland, NY.

Maya Bhullar
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Jul 3, 2019

Environmental racism needs to end

Maya Bhullar
Many activists argue that "environmental racism" is a new and pernicious face of colonialism and historic discrimination. Here are environmental justice campaigns that need support.
Blog
Feb 27, 2019
Photo Credit: Flickr, sylvar https://www.flickr.com/photos/sylvar/3054077849

Tools to dig into the underbelly of Yellow Vests Canada

Maya Bhullar
We know the danger that organizing using hate poses. We need to organize against it. Here are some groups, both new coalitions and old hats, who are currently active in the fight against racism.
Blog
Jan 24, 2019
Women's March Toronto. Photo: Silvia Maresca/Wikimedia Commons

Women's marches across Canada share hope

Maya Bhullar
On January 19, women across the world marched. In many Canadian communities, in freezing cold weather, women stomped and jumped about as they stood up for women's rights.

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