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  • Credit Where Credit Is Due: Financial Literacy and the New Ontario Mathematics Curriculum

    At the very heart of teaching mathematics for social justice is the understanding that we are all inextricably linked to each other through economic relationships. There can be nothing more basic than learning to tease apart these relationships to demonstrate that people’s political, economic, and social experiences hinge on a complex tapestry of financial policies and interactions.

  • Sick of the System: #StatusforAll

    After covering production costs, Between the Lines is donating all proceeds of our ebook essay collection, "Sick of the System: Why the COVID-19 recovery must be revolutionary", to the Migrant Rights Network.

  • Conversation with a White Victim of Police Brutality

    In the broader struggles we face against other aspects of this oppressive and exploitative society, we can’t build united working class struggles without putting racial justice at the heart of them. To do that, we will have to confront, rather than pander to, illusions and racist baggage in our own ranks.

Author Spotlight

Tom Slee writes about technology, politics, and economics and in the last two years has become a leading critic of the sharing economy. He has a PhD in theoretical chemistry, a long career in the software industry, and his book No One Makes You Shop at Wal-Mart is a game-theoretical investigation of individual choice that has been used in university economics, philosophy and sociology courses. He lives in Waterloo, Canada and blogs at www.tomslee.net.

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