Podcast
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Victoria Fenner | Lyla Miklos, queer feminist activist and former chair of Hamilton Pride, shares her ideas about why there's a big problem with hate in Hamilton right now, and what needs to be done to solve it.
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Crowd ripping up hatred sign at Ford Fest annual picnic in 2014. Photo credit: Elizabeth Littlejohn
Roy Mitchell | Right now, we're all rainbows and celebration, but this time of year will pass and we won't see rainbows splashed over logos and flying from flagpoles the rest of the year.
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Evans Yellow Old Woman | An open letter from a Calgary-based coalition calls on Rachel Notley to commit to meaningful reconciliation after declaring she would "build this pipeline!" at Calgary Pride in the Park.
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Jason Kenney in 2010 at the Calgary Stampede Parade.
David J. Climenhaga | Nowadays many conservative politicians participate in Pride Parades, like next Saturday's in Edmonton. The reason is clear: They've become important political events.
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Nora Loreto | Free speech is one of those values that is used as a way to disorient, confuse, obscure or end debate.
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Lenée Son | "Today was about giving us a space. Taking space in the city at Pride time," Fatima Jaffer. A lot of people don't feel comfortable at Pride, so this alternative space was created.
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Steven Maynard | The police have no place in the Pride parades of the nation.
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Matthew Hays | Toronto Pride's BLM protest and its ensuing backlash have proven telling -- and disappointing.
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J. Baglow | The reaction of white observers to the BLMTO action on Pride Day -- and then two more Black men are murdered by U.S. police. It should give one to think.
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Nora Loreto | Police need to earn access to community events. Until then, the community gets a say on their presence.
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Rahim Thawer | "I want us to be in rage about homophobia, transphobia and racism. That would be healing. That would warrant a sense of pride."
Podcast
Redeye Collective | Suzanna Danuta Walters argues that the movement for LGBT rights has settled for a watered-down tolerance of sexual and gender difference rather than true equality and human rights for all.