Between the Lines

Between the Lines

40 years of books without bosses, 1977-2017



  • Deep Diversity

    Overcoming Us vs. Them

    By Shakil Choudhury  

    Rising above unconscious bias to tackle racism head on

    Published September 2015

  • Fear of a Black Nation

    Race, Sex, and Security in Sixties Montreal

    By David Austin  

    Events in Sixties Montreal shattered Canada’s image of itself and how the country was perceived around the world.

    • Casa de las Americas Prize in Caribbean Literature in English or Creole, 2014 (Winner)
    • Independent Publisher Book Award - Best Regional Non-Fiction (Canada East), 2014 (Runner-up)

    Published May 2013

  • “Too Asian?”

    Racism, Privilege, and Post-Secondary Education

    Edited by Jeet Heer, Michael C.K. Ma, Davina Bhandar and RJ Gilmour  

    A collection exploring race and representation on Canadian campuses with the infamous Maclean’s “Too Asian” article as a flashpoint.

    Published May 2012

  • Home and Native Land

    Unsettling Multiculturalism in Canada

    Edited by May Chazan, Lisa Helps, Anna Stanley and Sonali Thakkar  

    Challenging-unsettling-our commonly held understanding of multiculturalism.

    Published July 2011

  • Dancing on Live Embers

    Challenging Racism in Organizations

    By Barb Thomas and Tina Lopes  

    Winner of the 2007 Gustavus Myers Outstanding Book Award for advancing human rights.

    • Outstanding Book Award for Advancing Human Rights, Myers Centre, 2007 (Winner)

    Published May 2006

  • Ain’t I a Woman

    Black Women and Feminism

    By bell hooks  

    Published January 2006

  • Recovering the Sacred

    The Power of Naming and Claiming

    By Winona LaDuke  

    A compelling argument for First Nations’’ right to define what is sacred by one of North America’’s foremost Native activists and environmentalists

    Published August 2005

  • Race to Equity

    Disrupting Educational Inequality

    By Tim McCaskell  

    A longtime equity activist shares his experiences in the struggle to reshape Toronto’’s education system in delivering anti-racist, anti-sexist, and anti-homophobic education

    Published April 2005

  • Sisters of the Yam

    Black Women and Self-Recovery

    By bell hooks  

    In this expanded edition of her classic work, hooks reflects on how her thinking – and the world that shapes it – has evolved in the past decade

    Published February 2005

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