Blog
Women's March Toronto. Photo: Silvia Maresca/Wikimedia Commons
Maya Bhullar | On January 19, women across the world marched. In many Canadian communities, in freezing cold weather, women stomped and jumped about as they stood up for women's rights.
Podcast
An Indigenous approach for responding to gender based violence
Scott Neigh | Joyce Fossella and Val Joseph talk about the work of the Warriors Against Violence Society.
Podcast
Deepa Mehta on Gender Disparity, Power Dynamics, Systemic Violence & Inequality
Face2Face | Deepa and Face2Face host David Peck talk about systemic violence, choice and responsibility, inequality, gender disparity, power dynamics and why good parenting matters.
Blog
Lucia Lorenzi | We know that speaking out about sexual violence not only incurs huge personal and professional costs, but that it also involves forms of generally unpaid labour. How do we make that work visible?
Blog
Brad Hornick | Chris Hedges, Moby Dick and the State of Extraction
Blog
Lucia Lorenzi | 25 years after the December 6 massacre, are educational spaces in Canada safe for women students and scholars? We've still got a long way to go.
News
Graphic: Indigenous Nationhood Movement
Tasha Beeds | Tasha Beeds' devastatingly beautiful piece on the history of violence against Indigenous people and the colonization of Indigenous territories.
News
Graphic: Indigenous Nationhood Movement
Siku Allooloo | Siku Allooloo passionately states that it is time to step up, take a stand together and create a line to put an end to gender violence and stop violence against Indigenous women.
News
Graphic: Indigenous Nationhood Movement
Leanne Simpson | In the wake of Loretta Saunders' death, Leanne Simpson discusses gender violence as a core resurgence project, a core decolonization project, a core of any Indigenous mobilization.