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Monia Mazigh | Stephen Kimber's new book is a wonderful and detailed account of Alexa McDonough's rich life and political career.
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Judy Rebick, Leah Gazan, Eriel Tchekwie Deranger | Three activists reflect on the future of movement organizing and the power of independent media.
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Am Johal | "Remake the World" reads like a greatest hits package exposing the baked-in structural injustices that perpetuate political harm and give it its particularly hard-edged American form.
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Chelsea Nash | Karen Messing's new book is an intervention into the sex- and gender-based challenges of work.
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Raluca Bejan | "Dead Epidemiologists" argues that we need to be less concerned with whether Wuhan's wet market was the origin of COVID-19 and instead focus our attention on the structural causes of disease.
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Monia Mazigh | In her book, Natasha Bakht delves into the lived experiences of Muslim women who wear the niqab and documents the discrimination they face in Canada's legal and political systems.
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Karen Burson | Paul Weinberg's collection of essays features writing by some of Hamilton's most engaged, passionate, and articulate citizens.
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Evelyn L. Forget | The Canada Emergency Response Benefit was not a basic income, but it demonstrated that such a program is possible right now.
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Lauren Scott | "Hope Matters" author Elin Kelsey questions the singular doom-and-gloom narrative, arguing that "evidence-based hope" can help advocates find solutions and push harder for climate justice.
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Daniel Aureliano Newman | A new book captures the wonders of concrete but equivocates on the damage it does to the environment.
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Rayne Fisher-Quann | "Take Back the Fight" is a manifesto, a scathing criticism of the status quo, and a call to action for the next generation of feminists all in one.
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Steven Heighton | In 2015, Heighton travelled to Lesvos to assist Syrian refugees who had crossed the Aegean Sea from Turkey -- the same crossing made by his mother's people after the Greco-Turkish War ended in 1922.