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  • Race, Space, and the Law

    Unmapping a White Settler Society

    Edited by Sherene Razack  

    Published April 2002

  • 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

  • Radical Transformation

    Oligarchy, Collapse, and the Crisis of Civilization

    By Kevin MacKay  

    Can we shift the trajectory of human evolution from collapse to sustainability?

    Published June 2017

  • Rainbow Warriors

    Legendary Stories from Greenpeace Ships

    By Maite Mompó  Photographs by Greenpeace  

    Activist adventures at sea

    Published September 2014

  • Random Acts of Culture

    Reclaiming Art and Community in the 21st Century

    By Clarke Mackey  

    An unsentimental, optimistic book about the art of living in apocalyptic times

    Published October 2010

  • Raymond Williams on Television

    Selected Writings

    Edited by Alan O’Connor  

    Published January 1989

  • Reasoning Otherwise

    Leftists and the People’s Enlightenment in Canada, 1890-1920

    By Ian McKay  

    A slice of history of the Canadian left that is a tremendous–—and grievously overlooked–—resource for present-day activism and scholarship

    • Sir John A. Macdonald Prize, Canadian Historical Association, 2009 (Winner)

    Published November 2008

  • Rebels, Reds, Radicals

    Rethinking Canada’s Left History

    By Ian McKay  

    An engaging introduction to the vibrant history of the political left in Canada

    Published April 2005

  • Recolonization and Resistance

    Southern Africa in the 1990s

    By John S. Saul  

    Published September 1993

  • 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

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