Sep 8, 2015
Nona Faustine

Nona Faustine: Artist provocateur

The Brooklyn born and raised photographer shares the stories behind her latest series, "White Shoes," New York's slave trading history and why #BlackLivesMatter.
Nov 28, 2014

Indie Inside: Kimmortal

Vancouver-based artist Kimmortal releases her first album, "Sincerity," a courageous community-based piece delving deep into the facets of life often untouched by dominant culture.
Nov 25, 2014

Sundown Nation: America laid bare in Ferguson

John Baglow
What just went down in Ferguson is far worse in its way than Jim Crow. Back then, the lines were clearly drawn for all to see. Now everything is blurry.
Book Review
Jan 5, 2012

Health guide targets transgender people of colour

Mercedes Allen
Freeing Ourselves is a health guide written first and foremost for trans-masculine, genderqueer and male-identified trans people, a group that is often otherwise invisible, facing barriers and taboos.
Apr 28, 2011
Canadian Prime Minister, Stephen Harper, and His Holiness Mirza Masroor Ahmad at the opening inauguration of the Baitan Nur Mosque, considered the largest mosque in Canada in 2009. Photo: Itzafineday

Harper's cynical plays for the 'ethnic' vote

Bahija Réghaï
What kind of Canada we will wake up to on May 3rd? Will it be a RelSocCon free-market Canada or will Canadians reclaim the country they love -- one which celebrates what citizens share in common.
Apr 12, 2011

Election 2011: Race and class in Quebec (2)

Pierre Beaudet
Traditionally in Quebec, the vote is sharply split, ethnically-speaking. The Anglo minority votes are systematic, year after year, and without major dissent for the Liberal party.


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