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Jason Kenney
| December 29, 2015

The blacklist was a many-gendered affair

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In most history of the left, 52 per cent of the population tends to disappear. Until fairly recently, for example, the U.S. civil rights movement histories were completely male-dominated, though that neglect is slowly being reclaimed as activists like Diane Nash, Ella Baker, Amelia Boynton, and Fannie Lou Hamer, among many others, become long-overdue subjects of studies on the era.


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Rachel Notley
| December 16, 2015
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| September 21, 2015
September 16, 2015 |
In response to an anonymous blog post threatening violence against women in the Departments of Sociology and Women's Studies at U of T, a mass march reclaimed campus as a safe space.
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| May 26, 2015
Needs No Introduction


April 16, 2015
| A talk at Carleton University by Sue Montgomery on Thurs. February 26, 2015
Length: 1:04:34 minutes (59.12 MB)
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| March 10, 2015
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