Zainab Amadahy

Zainab Amadahy is a mother, writer and activist. Her publications include the novel Moons of Palmares (1998, Sister Vision Press) as well as an essay in the anthology Strong Women's Stories: Native Vision & Community Activism, (Lawrence & Anderson, 2004, Sumach Press). Most recently Zainab has contributed to In Breach of the Colonial Contract (Arlo Kemp, Ed. 2008) by co-authoring "Indigenous Peoples and Black People in Canada: Settlers or Allies?"

Zainab Amadahy
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Jul 19, 2013
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The system and the differently-abled: One person's story

Zainab Amadahy
This article is about a member of my family who is differently-abled. The story is meant to give you a small glimpse into the unique challenges he faces, though he lives in the "developed" country.
Book Review
Apr 6, 2012
VIVA! Community Arts and Popular Education in the Americas

¡VIVA! Celebrating community, arts and education

Zainab Amadahy
From Central America to Canada, the ¡VIVA! Project, summarized in a colourful book and an accompanying DVD set, features communities engaged in transformational arts processes.
Book Review
Jul 21, 2011
Yoga for a World Out of Balance

Can yoga help change the world?

Zainab Amadahy
Stone makes a compelling case for how being the change you seek, honouring all life on the planet as well as thinking, speaking and acting with peaceful intent are key to social change.
Book Review
Nov 11, 2010

New book reimagines Indigenous networks

Zainab Amadahy
Alliances brings together Indigenous and non-Indigenous thinkers to reflect on relationship-building/alliance-making in struggle and how such work impacts both the personal and political.
Book Review
Jul 29, 2010
Spontaneous Evolution

The secret to success on Earth

Zainab Amadahy
Bruce Lipton looks at the implications of new and emerging science to argue for a shift in thinking and behaviours that will better enable our chances to survive, thrive and enjoy life on Earth.

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