Brad Hornick

Brad Hornick is a perpetual student now doing a PhD studying the relationship of climate science to political activism. He is a socialist and quaker, presently active with ecosocialistsvancouver.org and systemchangenotclimatechange.org. He has worked for many environmental non-governmental organizations in various communications roles and has a special interest in graphic design. He has lived and travelled through much of Latin America.

Brad Hornick
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Sep 17, 2014

Party against the pipelines: Carnival and rising tide

Brad Hornick
On September 27, Rising Tide Coast Salish Territories hosts a carnivalesque street party, an unusual move for an anti-colonialist, anti-capitalist and direct action-oriented activist group.
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Aug 11, 2014

A settler's experience at the Unist'ot'en camp

Brad Hornick
The Unist'ot'en camp in B.C. stands in the way of seven proposed pipelines -- bitument from tar sands, fracked gas from Peace River. This is the story of a "settler's" experience in the camp.

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