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REMEMBERING THE FORGOTTEN WOMEN OF DECEMBER 6TH: POETRY AND PROSE BY SUSAN BLIGHT AND LINDSAY CZITRON

Susan Blight is a member of Couchiching First Nation, Anishinaabe, Turtle Clan. She received an M.F.A. from the University of Windsor (2007) in Integrated Media, a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Photography (2004) and a Bachelor of Arts in Film … Continue reading

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REMEMBERING THE FORGOTTEN WOMEN OF DECEMBER 6TH: INTERVIEW WITH TORONTO RAPE CRISIS CENTRE/MULTICULTURAL WOMEN AGAINST RAPE COUNSELOR MICHELLE BASHA

Michelle Basha a native of Trinidad & Tobago who migrated to Canada at the age of 8. Basha faced racism head on at an early age along with repeated acts of sexual assault, up until the age of 14. Basha … Continue reading

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REMEMBERING THE FORGOTTEN WOMEN OF DECEMBER 6TH: ABORIGINAL, OF COLOUR, QUEER, TRANS, DISABLED, SEX WORKER: VIDEO ROUNDTABLE + REVIEW OF “COLOR OF VIOLENCE”

Color of Violence: The Incite! Anthology Edited by Incite! Women of Color Against Violence Reviewed by May Lui I remember hearing about Color of Violence for a number of months/years before it was published, and anxiously waiting for it at … Continue reading

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REMEMBERING THE WOMEN FORGOTTEN ON DECEMBER 6TH: SPOKEN WORD BY ANISHINAABE POET LENA RECOLLET + AN INCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH BENGALI POET SHAUNGA TAGORE

Interview with Shaunga Tagore Interview done by Janet Romero JR: Why and when did you start writing poetry? ST: At a very young age — probably when I started writing with chalk on my bathroom door, or adding my own … Continue reading

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REMEMBERING THE WOMEN FORGOTTEN ON DECEMBER 6TH: ABORIGINAL, OF COLOUR, TRANS, QUEER, DISABLED, SEX WORKER

The Erasable Woman By Shaunga Tagore Reviewed by Janet Romero-Leiva (photo taken by Jorge Antonio Vallejos) I am inspired to write, create, read. To allow myself to feel…more, everything. This, after reading Shaunga Tagore’s The Erasable Woman. The Erasable Woman– … Continue reading

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