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Harsha Walia
author Undoing Border Imperialism. tweet obvious & obscure: race feminism empire capitalism migration dtes indigenous palestine tierra. Weaning off Facebook.
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Tina Vasquez 4h
Hi. THERE IS NO “EMERGENCY” AT THE BORDER. THERE IS A HUMAN RIGHTS CRISIS AT THE BORDER BECAUSE OF THE TRUMP ADMIN’S CONSTANT ATTACKS ON ASYLUM SEEKERS & OTHER MIGRANTS, MOST OF WHOM MIGRATED BECAUSE U.S. FOREIGN POLICY CONTRIBUTED TO THE DESTABILAZION OF THEIR COUNTRIES. Ok, bye
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mohini dattaray 6h
Replying to @tinfoil_tiara
We're frustrated by this everyday in work; the result of judicial obsession with shared custody due to the *debunked* "parental alienation syndrome", successfully promoted by powerful men's rights advocates, has terrible, often tragic consequences for children and women.
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Sidrah Ahmad 8h
We don't talk enough about domestic violence against children, which can escalate to lethal violence. In situations of domestic violence, children are not just witnesses, they are often the direct victims of grown men. Riya Rajkumar, my heart breaks for what you endured.
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350 Canada Feb 7
You don't want to sit this one out 🔥⚡ Join + more land protectors & leaders next week for a conversation on in Ottawa. Tickets for Thursday here: & Friday here:
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Sideways Times Feb 14
5th March - Sideways Time Reading and Discussion Group - we'll be looking again at 's 'Undoing Border Imperialism' - as just too much there for one session!
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Harsha Walia 22h
Always the most precious moments of the march. Kids from crabtree drumming in elders for ceremony.
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Harsha Walia Feb 14
Replying to @HarshaWalia
"Our First Nations women down here in the DTES face many barriers and systemic racism trying to just be themselves. Our women die from violence, children being apprehended, being racially profiled, murdered, impacts of residential schools, overdoses. This is a crisis."
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Harsha Walia Feb 14
Press conference begins for 28th Annual Women's Memorial March in Their Spirits Live Within Us
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Harsha Walia Feb 13
yeah! xo
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Naomi M Moyer Feb 13
My children's book was included and reviewed in 's 'small print' kid's book reviews section this past weeked
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Gidimt’en Checkpoint Feb 13
UNIST’OT’EN DO NOT CONSENT TO MAN CAMPS INCREASING VIOLENCE AGAINST OUR WOMEN Coastal Gaslink (CGL) is establishing a proposed industrial work camp (aka: ‘man camp’) site in Unist’ot’en Territory known as Camp...
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Harsha Walia Feb 12
Short film that documents history of annual women's memorial by focusing on voices of women who live, love, and work in the and celebrates complex and diverse realities of women organizing for justice.
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CUPE Local 15 Feb 11
We have the best and strongest members at So proud of your work and leadership and dedication to fair bargaining. ❤️✊
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Room Magazine 9 Feb 18
Here is a list of some of our most beloved black Canadian women and non-binary writers to enjoy all year round. Our list is certainly not an exhaustive one, so please let us know your favourites that we missed.
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Harsha Walia Feb 10
"It is easier to rob by setting up a bank than by holding up a bank clerk" - happy birthday
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tamara k. nopper Feb 9
We can critique anti-Asian racism against Marie Kondo but let's not fetishize Japanese culture as some critique of the west. Japan was an empire and is now a G7 country. Like other G7 countries, Japan needs to declutter its wealth accumulation.
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Gidimt’en Checkpoint Feb 7
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Molly Wickham, Spokesperson of Gidimt’en Clan of Wet'suwet'en Nation will speak to media about opposition to Coastal GasLink fracked gas pipeline What: Media availability with Molly...
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Megaphone Magazine Feb 7
began offering its services 24/7 in Jan 2019. Out of the 250 service providers in the DTES, DEWC provides the only low-barrier drop-in space for all women. We interviewed DEWC members Priscillia & . Read the full article here:
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Harsha Walia Feb 6
Replying to @gidimt
Love and respect
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Harsha Walia Feb 6
Annual Women's Memorial March in Feb 14 "Despite a national inquiry being launched on missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls, the reality on the ground in the Downtown Eastside has not changed."
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