Anu Taranath is a speaker, facilitator, and educator. As faculty at the University of Washington Seattle, she teaches about global literature, race, and equity, and directs study abroad programs on human rights. She has received Seattle Weekly’s “Best of Seattle” designation, the University of Washington’s Distinguished Teaching Award, and multiple Fulbright fellowships. A consultant known for “pushing the conversation without pushing folks away,” she works with people in colleges, libraries, businesses, community organizations, and government agencies to deepen equity, social justice, and global consciousness.
The Canadian Foundation for Labour Rights (CFLR) is a national voice devoted to promoting labour rights as an important means to strengthening democracy, equality, and economic justice here in Canada and internationally. CFLR was established and is sponsored by the National Union of Public and General Employees and the United Food and Commercial Workers – Canada.
Arnaud Theurillat-Cloutier is a philosophy teacher, doctoral candidate in sociology and author of Printemps de force (Lux éditeur, 2017, Prix du livre
politique de l’Assemblée nationale du Québec, 2018). He lives in Montreal, also known as Tiohtià:ke and Mooniyaang.