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WE’VE DONE GOOD, BUT THERE’S STILL WORK TO DO

“As the major media cycle moves on from #MeToo, I am reminded that this issue isn’t over at the call-out, town hall meeting, public statement or policy update. And it sure as hell isn’t over when abusers delete their social media accounts, move cities and try to reinvent their public image.”

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Breaching The Peace by Sarah Cox

Breaching The Peace is not a comfortable read. It’s not a happy read. But, it’s a necessary read for all British Columbians and Canadians, for whom the environment should be a dominant election issue.

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DOXA 2018: The Rankin File

Sitting on a stool against a black backdrop on the eve of the 1986 mayoral election, a calm and confident Harry Rankin looks into the camera: “I don’t have any doubts of what I’m doing, I don’t have any doubts that the direction I’m taking is correct, I don’t have any doubts about how I could win an election if I set out to do it, and I don’t have any doubts of how I intend to win an election if I’m going to win it.”

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CHANGE, ETC.

Cities, circumstances, people, everything changes, but it’s how we react and adapt to change that determines the nature of the outcome.

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JUST SHOW UP

“As settlers, or non-Indigenous people, we sometimes allow fear to debilitate us from being more active allies to Indigenous groups.”

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#metoo, now what?

Over the last month, Vancouver has seen dozens of significant call-outs of sexual predators on social media. So, now what? I have researched some texts…