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Harsha Walia
activist, law, inquilabi. author Undoing Border Imperialism. tweet obvious & obscure: race feminism empire capitalism migration dtes indigenous palestine tierra
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Harsha Walia retweeted
Against Displacement 7h
Replying to @stopdisplacemnt
Lama: Hogan's Alley Group is using a community land trust model in order to make the space include the surrounding community
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Against Displacement 7h
Replying to @stopdisplacemnt
Lama: Hogan's Alley is part of this same tradition of community justice and resistance against displacement
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Ajay Masala Puri 9h
Viaducts going down. What will they be replaced with? Lets hope not a condo by Rennie called the Hogan. - Antonio
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Kai Nagata 12h
Skip the board of trade, . Go talk to some New Democrats in Burnaby or Nanaimo. Sit down with and leaders. Explain to real people why your re-election gambit is more important than respecting Indigenous consent.
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Harsha Walia 12h
Replying to @BuiltJustice
Yes! Im in edmonton and was sad to miss it. Thx for livestream
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Jess Housty 15h
Another milestone that still makes me feel sad & exhausted: 1 year since was barged past Bella Bella after being hauled out of Seaforth Channel. And there's nothing stopping identical vessels from transiting our waters & introducing further risk for .
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JB Brager 17h
Kimberle Crenshaw on the gentrification of intersectionality, the removal of Black women— “we like this idea, we want to live in it but not with you.”
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Rebecca Colesworthy 18h
“We were anti-capitalists. We were socialists. And that is why Combahee is relevant today” - fact-checking misguided critics of radical/identity politics
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Dr Jessie Pants 17h
Margo Okazawa-Rey is suspicious of "safe spaces," and asks us to rethink about what we mean by "safety." Instead, thinking about spaces of shared struggle.
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⌛️ Nov 15
I found such a golden post on Facebook I love this so much 😭😭 Her name is Kimiko Nishimoto
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Harsha Walia 17h
an incredible evening.
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Megaphone Magazine Nov 16
Did you know that the median age of death for a homeless person is between 40 and 49? For comparison, that number is 76.4 in the general population. Affordable housing needs our vocal support right now.
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Harsha Walia 17h
Replying to @contrapoetiv
ugh. awful. where is this?
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Harsha Walia 22h
I dont go to as many but me too!!! Beautiful magical sacred event.
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Harsha Walia 22h
Replying to @sammymarie
Omg samantha you are so glorious. What a wonderful event.
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Harsha Walia Nov 16
Replying to @Samraghni_B
Thank u for the kind words. Feel the sad, tired especially. We lighten by shouldering together, thanks for and witness.
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Harsha Walia Nov 16
Replying to @PoetChelene
looks amazing!
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Harsha Walia Nov 16
i don't understand this at all. but if it frees people, do it.
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Harsha Walia Nov 16
"We treat the physical assault and the silencing after as two separate things, but they are the same, both bent on annihilation" via
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Brandy Zadrozny Nov 15
Talking to women at Vice and the most amazing thing is how the company has managed to keep its sexual harassment problem quiet.
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