Issue 37: Spring 2018

The Do It Yourself, Do It Together Revolution Issue

Features

  • The Clock of Colonialism What will it take to truly decolonize? By ANDREA LANDRY
  • Passing the Torch: The Evolution of Activism How activism evolves to include new voices and new issues while still fighting the same fights By JULIA METRAUX
  • The Power of Daily Resistance How small acts can create big results By MEG PIRIE
  • QUICK READS

  • EDITOR’S LETTER
  • CONTRIBUTORS
  • LETTERS
  • NEWSFLASH US domestic workers’ organization celebrates 10 years, Somaliland outlaws rape, Paris launches campaign against fatphobia
  • ACTIVIST REPORT Parkdale Neighbourhood Land Trust
  • FIVE SHAMELESS THINGS TO DO
  • ON THE JOB Erin Klassen, Etsy manager and With/out Pretend founder
  • THEY’RE SHAMELESS Introducing a cool Shameless reader
  • COLUMNS AND DEPARTMENTS

  • TALKING BACK Announcing the winners of the 3rd annual Talking Back Awards
  • ADVICE How do I embrace being vulnerable so I can show love to my friends?
  • BODY POLITICS Conversations about consent
  • BEYOND THE BOOKS Creating safe spaces in community
  • MEDIA SAVVY The art of curating music
  • GREEN SCENE DIY herbal wisdom
  • SPORTING GOODS Asthma and sports
  • ARTS AND CULTURE

  • SHOW & TELL Onaman Collective
  • DIY How to make a wheat paste poster
  • BEST OF THE BLOG What we’re saying online
  • ARTS PROFILE Chief Lady Bird
  • STIR IT UP How to throw a great potluck
  • RECIPE White bean and roasted garlic dip
  • GET UP Stick ‘n’ poke tattoos
  • GEEK CHIC Setting boundaries online
  • REVIEWS Books, music, games, websites
  • COUNTERCULTURE CLASSIC Lane Kim

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