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THE WHITENESS OF REMEMBRANCE: TIM BOSMA, REHTAEH PARSONS, AND JANE CREBA

The Whiteness of Remembrance: Tim Bosma, Rehataeh Parsons, and Jane Creba By Jorge Antonio Vallejos “They’re looking for that white guy who’s disappeared but the 800 Missing and Murdered Aboriginal women in Canada don’t matter,” said my friend  Stefoknee while … Continue reading

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BCP READS @ POVERTY TO POWER 2013

Poverty to Power Reading By Jorge Antonio Vallejos Photo by Gerardo Correa This past Monday I presented 3 poems about racism in the workplace, violence against Aboriginal women, and the prison industrial complex at the Colour of Poverty 2013 conference: … 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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Over 500 Aboriginal Women Have Been Murdered Or Gone Missing In Canada: A Poem To Mayor David Miller

In the summer of 2008 Carolyn Connolly and Katelynn Sampson (pictured left), two Aboriginal women, were murdered days apart in two different neighbourhoods in Toronto.  Local newspapers reported the murders, but no real action from police and government was seen, … Continue reading

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