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INTERVIEW WITH FIREWEED #75: THE MIXED RACE ISSUE CO-EDITOR MAY LUI

May Lui is a Toronto-based writer who is mixed-race, anti-racist, feminist and an all-around troublemaker. She blogs at maysie.ca, ranting and raving at any and all injustices and uses the f-bomb regularly. She’s been published in the Toronto Star, Fireweed … 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. ┬áLocal newspapers reported the murders, but no real action from police and government was seen, … Continue reading

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