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Paula Graham

Paula Graham has 15 articles published.

Oil talk must include more discussion of privilege

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A recent panel discussion at Petrocultures 2016 needed to admit the harsh truth: The shift to a ‘green economy’ will be uncomfortable.

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Women are not a hazard to democracy

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Why is the prospect of unqualified females more terrifying than the status quo?

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Privilege, oppression, and programming

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St. John’s woman is the youngest person, and only Newfoundlander, to attend conference for designing gender-sensitive programs.

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White people are funny

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“Qallunaat! Why White People are Funny” reverses the usual relationship between white people and the Inuit.

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Our definition of ‘man’ is hurting men

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Society’s definition of masculinity is harmful and dehumanizing — and we need to change it.

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Healing spiritual and emotional trauma through dance

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Dance Thru It, a new program developed by a St. John’s resident, helps release internal stress through physical movement.

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Catcalling is not a compliment — it’s harassment

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A few tips for responding to street harassers.

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St. John’s SlutWalk: We asked for it

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St. John’s residents demand an end to sexual violence, slut-shaming, victim-blaming, and rape culture. Photos by Jenne Nolan.

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Violence against women and sexual assault in St. John’s taxis

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Deputy Mayor is shocked, but it’s the same old story for the Status of Women Council.

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Dress codes devalue women’s voices and sexualize children

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If the skin of teenage girls makes you feel sexually uncomfortable, then you have a problem.

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Have you examined your life?

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What happens when we begin questioning some of the fundamental values and assumptions that underpin our own beliefs and those of our society?

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“It is an act of violence to mine that mountain”

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The Huichol resist Canadian mining interests in Mexico

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Israel-Palestine: The importance of first-hand accounts

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Documentary films by local people in Palestine and Israel give us the stories, images, and perspectives left out of the mainstream media

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Should we frack? (Emotions need not apply)

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Institutional discrimination at its best: The ‘old boys club’ reviews fracking

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Stolen Sisters: Victims are only half of the crime

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Violence against Aboriginal women is not just about Aboriginal women; it is equally about those who commit the violence and the societal values and cultural attitudes that allow it to be commonplace

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