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LET US BE HUMAN: A TRANS WOMAN CALLS ON HER SISTERS TO ACT IN SUPPORT OF MISSING AND MURDERED ABORIGINAL WOMEN

Let Us Be Human: A Trans Woman Calls On Her Sisters To Act In Support Of Missing And Murdered Aboriginal Women By Cindy Bourgeois Wednesday February 13, 2013 My Dear Sisters, I am writing you today in solidarity with Missing … Continue reading

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MY CHAT WITH ROMEO SAGANASH, THE FIRST ABORIGINAL PERSON TO RUN FOR LEADERSHIP OF A MAJOR POLITICAL PARTY IN THE LAND NOW KNOWN AS CANADA

Romeo Saganash is one of eight candidates running to replace Jack Layton as leader of the federal NDP.  Saganash is Cree from northern Quebec and is the first Aboriginal person to run for a major political party in the land … Continue reading

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REMEMBERING THE WOMEN FORGOTTEN ON DECEMBER 6TH: POETRY BY SHAUNGA TAGORE, MEL GAYLE, AND BLACK COFFEE POET

Shaunga Tagore hates writing bios (but secretly likes it) and not so secretly works as a writer, editor, performer and arts-educator in Toronto. Please see the song “bitch” by meredith brooks for a more detailed and accurate personality profile. And … Continue reading

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