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Sobriety As Accessibility: Interrogating Intoxication Culture, a presentation and discussion at the Toronto Anarchist Fair!!!

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is food over fuel still revelant?

is food over fuel still relevant?  for my pre-departure research paper, i argued that the movement of unified campesinos in aguan (MUCA) fight for food sovereignty is a direct threat to wealthy honduran land owners, the honduran governments and multinational … Continue reading

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may 7, 2013

i feel and see a resemblance between honduras and filipin culture.  i must say that this statement is within the scope of my couple days experience here in honduras and within the shadows of my own internalized racist view.  both … Continue reading

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sober living for the revolution lecture by gabriel kuhn

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debriefing and thinking about sherene razack’s talk titled, “TORTURE AS PUBLIC TRUTH: the case of omar khadr”

*triggering warning for above video ***before i start writing, i must state that the following ideas and questions are that of sherene razack and the research and work that she has done on the topic.  all i really want   … Continue reading

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