Jessica Rose

Jessica is a graduate from Carleton University's School of Journalism, where she fell in love with feature writing and independent media. She joined rabble as an intern in 2006 and she has also been published in newspapers and magazines in Ottawa and across the GTA. She edits children's books by day and enjoys live music, good books and cozy restaurants by night.

Jessica Rose
Book Review
Aug 25, 2011

Stopping sex violence in schools

Jessica Rose
Hey, Shorty! is a must read book for parents, educators and young boys and girls who live the reality of an often unsafe and oppressive public school culture.
Blog
Jun 8, 2011

Slutwalk Hamilton draws hundreds

Jessica Rose
Just over two months after the first SlutWalk took place in Toronto, approximately 400 demonstrators gathered in front of Hamilton's City Hall before marching through the streets of downtown.
Book Review
Apr 22, 2011

Veganize it!

Jessica Rose
Part two of this series features books that make it easier for home cooks to embrace a vegan lifestyle and give readers the confidence to create meatless versions of their favourite recipes.
Book Review
Apr 15, 2011

Chowin' down vegan style

Jessica Rose
Just like any good chef, a vegan chef needs to be equipped with the right tools: fresh plant-based ingredients, a sharp knife, and -- of course -- a few good books.
Book Review
Mar 11, 2011

Breaking the feminist mould

Jessica Rose
Each of the contributors in Feminism FOR REAL share their own -- often unsettling -- truths, revealing the ways in which they have felt alienated and oppressed within mainstream feminism and academia.
News
Jan 31, 2011
Fighting to keep pension rights for retired steelworkers and to support workers locked-out since November, 10,000 demonstrators -- including the new mayor -- rally in Hamilton. Photo: Jessica Rose

Hamilton vs. U.S. Steel

Jessica Rose
Fighting to keep pension rights for retired steelworkers and to support workers locked-out since November, 10,000 demonstrators -- including the new mayor -- rally in Hamilton.
Book Review
Dec 2, 2010
Do It Anyway: The New Generation of Activists

'Small, radical acts' drive big changes

Jessica Rose
Save the world. These three words have slipped off the tongues of well-meaning parents for decades. This is a good thing, right? Maybe not, argues Courtney E. Martin, author of Do It Anyway.

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