Social Classes

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A Separate Star

A Separate Star captures, in freeze frame, the political development of Red Braid Alliance for Decolonial Socialism and captures our political basis of unity,our organizational strategy, and our thinking about these politics at this particular moment.

 

 

It sets out the ideas ... Read more

Change for Good

By Paul Klein

 

“I wish we had this book forty years ago!” — Ben Cohen, co-founder, Ben & Jerry’s

An action-oriented approach for businesses to solve the world’s most urgent social problems — and benefit from doing so.

More than a year into a global pandemic, profit and shareholder ... Read more

In and Out of the Working Class

By Michael D. Yates

In a series of autobiographical essays written on the border between fiction and non-fiction, a radical economist considers what it means to live in and through the theories about class that have informed his work and teaching. Yates seeks to bring the complexity and ambiguity ... Read more

Legacy

By Suzanne Methot

 

Winner of the 2019–20 Huguenot Society of Canada Award

“Powerful … A deeply empathetic and inspiring work with insights of value to anyone struggling to overcome personal or communal trauma. ” — Library Journal

“[A] beautifully written book about strategies for healing ... Read more

On Class

By Deborah Dundas

Deborah Dundas is a journalist who grew up poor and almost didn’t make it to university. In On Class, she talks to writers, activists, those who work with the poor and those who are poor about what happens when we don’t talk about poverty or class—and what will happen ... Read more

Punching and Kicking

By Kathy Dobson

People don't ever leave The Point, even if they move far away. Or at least, that's how it seems to journalist Kathy Dobson. Growing up in Point St. Charles, an industrial slum in Montreal, she sees how people get trapped in the neighbourhood. Dobson shares her journey of trying ... Read more

Radical Trust

By Evelyn Forget & Hannah Owczar

Radical Trust: Basic Income For Complicated Lives explores the notion that a basic income is a compassionate and dignified response to poverty and income inequality in Canada. Through extensive testimonials with those that the "social safety net" fails most dramatically, it ... Read more

Unsettling the Commons

By Craig Fortier

Drawing on interviews with 51 anti-authoritarian organizers to investigates what it means to struggle for "the commons" within a settler colonial context, Unsettling the Commons interrogates a very important debatethat took place within Occupy camps and is taking place in a ... Read more