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  • Organize!

    Building from the Local for Global Justice

    Edited by Aziz Choudry, Jill Hanley and Eric Shragge  

    Vital insights on organizing for progressive social change

    Published June 2012

  • Warrior Nation

    Rebranding Canada in an Age of Anxiety

    By Ian McKay and Jamie Swift  

    Explores the ominous campaign to change a nationÂ’’s definition of itself

    • John W. Dafoe Prize, 2012 (Short-listed)
    • Independent Publisher Book Award for Current Events (Foreign Affairs/Military), 2013 (Runner-up)

    Published May 2012

  • “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

  • No-Nonsense Guide to Equality

    By Danny Dorling  

    A highly readable and referenced guide to the subject of equality

    Published March 2012

  • Whose Streets?

    The Toronto G20 and the Challenges of Summit Protest

    Edited by Tom Malleson and David Wachsmuth  

    Activists, arrestees, and academics offer their views on the June 2010 G20 protests: contexts and analyses and-most importantly-lessons for activists for future struggles

    Published November 2011

  • No-Nonsense Guide to World Population

    By Vanessa Baird  

    Are we heading for a population “explosion?” How many people can the planet sustain?

    Published September 2011

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