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Learning from Organizers – Kerri Claire Neil

Kerri Claire Neil (she/her) is a community organizer based in St. John’s, Ktaqamkuk (Newfoundland). She is Co-Chair of the Social Justice Co-operative of Newfoundland and Labrador (SJCNL) and recently took over her family’s business, Downtown Comics. Currently, Kerri is actively … Continue reading

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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 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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