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A River of Resilience

By Yao Xiao (EDST alumnus and sessional)

The Courage to Step into Comic Vulnerability

Gabriella Maestrini Stepping into any kind of comic relationship as teacher, researcher or artist is an act of vulnerability, death…

A ‘Hidden’ Crisis: The cost of power

Jed Anderson “Technique has penetrated the deepest recesses of the human being. The machine tends not only to create a…

Laziness, racism, and systemic change

Laziness, racism, and systemic change Jude Walker I’m lazy. In saying this it may seem that I’ve embraced yet another…

Why I Can’t Hold Space for You Anymore, a self-examination exercise

Why I Can’t Hold Space for You Anymore, a self-examination exercise Vanessa Andreotti, Sharon Stein, Elwood Jimmy and the GTDF collective…

Academic Indian job description, a poem

Academic Indian job description, a poem By Cash Ahenakew Photo by: Vanessa de Oliveira Andreotti   have to know western…

No One Matters Until Black Lives Matter

No One Matters Until Black Lives Matter June 4, 2020 By Sam Rocha Original Post: https://medium.com/@SamRocha/no-one-matters-until-black-lives-matter-68822af9e49f I don’t know where…

The durable archaeology of anti-black racism in North America

Ali A. Abdi Few minutes before I started writing this short blogpost, the results from two independent autopsies on the…

Against Normalcy

By Alison Taylor I write this series of blog posts as the Covid-19 pandemic moves into its third month and…

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