Research notes on defunding the police, from Halifax

Research notes on defunding the police, from Halifax

BySherwin ArnottJan 24, 20222 min read

The hard work of an important committee in Halifax has recently come to fruition. The Subcommittee to Define Defunding the Police have finished their research, their surveys, and their deliberations…

Spontaneous acts of reproductive justice

Spontaneous acts of reproductive justice

BySabrina BuzzalinoAug 6, 20144 min read

Spotted in downtown Victoria: a poster on a busy bus shelter advertising services for women who are pregnant and have questions with thick black marker handwriting on top of the…

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