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Concrete Women

People who live in South Asian cities re-shape politics and actualize constitutional rights, in
parks, on playgrounds, and in city streets. Each chapter in this book discusses feminist,
Transgender, and ...

Making Space for Indigenous Feminism, 3rd Edition

This book bridges generations of powerful Indigenous feminist thinking to demonstrate the movement’s cruciality for today. Indigenous feminists in the first edition fought for feminism to be considered ...

Halfway Home

By (author) Christina Myers
Categories: Biography: general

Award-winning author Christina Myers navigates the uncharted territory of midlife in a time of rapid social, cultural, and environmental change.

Modern midlife is finding oneself halfway home but without ...

Higher Expectations

Higher Expectations is a practical guide to navigating academia for people who want to improve their own day-to-day work lives and create better conditions for everyone. Universities are broken: they’re ...

Broken City

By (author) Patrick M. Condon
Categories: Urban communities

How can urban housing, and the land underneath, now account for half of all global wealth? According to Patrick Condon, the simple answer is that land has become an asset rather than a utility. If the ...

Autokrator

I am a gender criminal. I am Unmale, yet I write as though I am a person.

Driven by a Machiavellian mind and ego, Tiresius has risen through the ranks of the Autokracy to become Imperial Treasurer, has ...

Parenting Your Parents

By (author) Bart J. Mindszenthy & Michael Gordon
Foreword by Paula Rochon
Categories: Care of the elderly

A compendium of family scenarios for those dealing with the guilt, worry, and difficult decisions that come with eldercare.

  • Is it time for your aging father to stop driving?
  • How can you balance your ...

Sex in Canada

What do we do in the bedroom? Do other people do the same? How often? Who with? Movies and the internet seem saturated in sex, but it’s difficult to separate fact from fiction, and real talk about our ...

The Story is in Our Bones

By (author) Osprey Orielle Lake
Foreword by Casey Camp-Horinek
Categories: Climate change

It's time to rewild ourselves and our dominant worldviews to build Earth-centered communities for all

These pages summon from our bones our commitment to defend this living Earth.
—Joanna Macy, author, ...

School of Racism

Exposing the history of racism in Canada’s classrooms

Winner of the prestigious Clio-Quebec, Lionel-Groulx, and Canadian History of Education Association awards

In School of Racism, Catherine Larochelle ...