By empowering women to create change that is beneficial to them in their specific contexts, then long-term transformative change will be possible.
On Mother’s Day in 2009, my community and I rushed into oncoming traffic on Toronto’s busy Gardiner Expressway.
There is a very high correlation between the lands that mining companies want and the lands that are controlled by indigenous communities. This is the case from Chile to Guatemala, from Canada itself to Papua New Guinea.
Politically, it’s important to think about how settler colonialism divides people and how fragmentation becomes an instrument of suppression.
After six days of striking, ROSLA won key demands after sustained pressure on the district to truly hear parents, educators, and students.