Category Archives: Talking Radical: Resources

Learning from Organizers – Dev Ramsawakh

Dev Ramsawakh is a disabled, transmasculine, and diasporic Indo-Caribbean multidisciplinary storyteller, producer, and educator. Their written, audio, and video work focuses on their intersecting identities, on community, and on deconstructing colonial systems, and it has appeared in a wide range … Continue reading

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Learning from Organizers — Saleh Waziruddin

[Originally published on The Media Co-op.] Saleh Waziruddin is a South Asian anti-racism activist who has participated in grassroots struggles throughout his adult life. In his 20s, he organized in the Muslim community in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Now in his 40s, … Continue reading

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Learning from Organizers – Nina Newington

[Originally published on The Media Co-op.] Nina Newington is an organizer based in rural Nova Scotia. In recent years, her grassroots work has focused on protecting forests in the province.  Newington says that her political consciousness “really emerged from being … Continue reading

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Learning from organizers – Stefan Christoff

Stefan Christoff is an organizer, musician, and broadcaster based in Tiohtià:ke, also known as Montreal. Across his decades of activism and organizing, he has been part of supporting lots of different struggles resisting systemic violence and oppression, including colonial systems … Continue reading

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Learning from abolitionist organizing in Winnipeg

Talking Radical: Resources is a new collaboration from The Media Co-op and the Talking Radical project. In these short, monthly interviews, activists and organizers from across so-called Canada will connect you with ideas and with tools for learning related to … Continue reading

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