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Intersectional feminism does not uphold capitalism

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MUN Provost Dr. Noreen Golfman is waving the feminist flag while perpetuating class oppression.

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MUN tuition and the myth of meritocracy

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Ahead of Thursday’s decision by Memorial University’s Board of Regents to raise tuition for select students, the school’s provost revealed the fiction on which administrators hold the belief they’re not hurting students.

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Missing the point of affordable post-secondary education

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As the prospect of tuition fee increases looms once again, absent from dialogue among politicians and academic administrators is a more crucial understanding of the role of post-secondary education in people’s lives and society.

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Of civil disobedience, injunctions, and the public’s right to know

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What happened in Labrador in October of 2016 was a social crisis, which culminated in acts of civil disobedience. How do we know? Largely because of Justin Brake’s journalism.

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Welcoming more immigrants to N.L.

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It’s not just the right thing to do — it’s also the smart thing to do.

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Observations from Palestine

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As Canadian citizens and as human beings we should be compelled to stand up for the Palestinians of the West Bank and Gaza.

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Of assholes and Donald Trump

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When assholism becomes desirable.

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Right wing populism in Canada is not to be underestimated

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With Conservative leadership candidate Kevin O’Leary mimicking some of Donald Trump’s campaign tactics, nothing should be taken for granted.

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After the Human Shield

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“When we are tempted to group people into categories, let us fight that temptation, and get to know our friends instead. Let us challenge the instinct to judge.”

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I remember Occupy

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Have our values and the way we approach activism changed in the past five years?

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5 Reasons to Give the Gift of Independent Journalism

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During the holiday season and beyond…

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Navigating sexism within a class divide

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Cathy Bennett recently came out about the unfair sexist harassment she received, but it’s a more tangled mess than it seems.

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Are RCMP highway checkpoints infringing on the rights of Labradorians?

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No clear statement of legal justification has been offered for the checkpoints

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Newfoundland and Labrador is rising up for a new economy

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The province “has become an epicentre of mobilization to demand an economy that prioritizes people and the planet over corporate profit.”

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Happy Valley-Goose Bay left out of Muskrat negotiations: Mayor

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“We were essentially told we are on our own.”

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Why SlutWalk matters

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In 2016 victims of sexual violence still have to live through their trauma in a culture of slut-shaming and victim-blaming.

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Survivors can lead the way

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The case for survivor-led leadership in a society replete with physical and sexual violence.

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The many sides of electoral reform

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What are the chances the Liberal government’s electoral reform initiative will lead to the end of our first-past-the-post system?

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Sailing for freedom and solidarity

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Why I am sailing on the Women’s Boat to Gaza.

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