Marcel Taminato is an anthropologist, political strategist, learning facilitator, and co-founder of Escola de Ativismo (School of Activism) in Brazil.
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.
Sonali Thakkar is a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of English and Comparative Literature, Columbia University, New York.
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.
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Sunera Thobani is an Assistant Professor at the Centre for Women’s and Gender Studies, University of British Columbia. She is the author of Exalted Subjects: Studies in the Making of Race and Nation in Canada.
Kai Cheng Thom is a writer, performer, educator, and community worker based in Toronto. She has published several books in various genres, including the essay collection I Hope We Choose Love: A Trans Girl’s Notes from the End of the World.
Barb Thomas works on equitable program design and facilitator training, and strategic problem-solving. She is one of the co-authors of Educating for a Change (BTL, 1991).
Joseph Tohill writes about and teaches twentieth-century American and Canadian history, including the history of public policy, consumer politics, and consumer activism, at York University and Toronto Metropolitan University.