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PASSING THE TORCH: Dinah Greenberg (1959 - 2016)

By Lorraine Endicott
"Don't worry about it. We can fix it." These were words Our Times' beloved long-time art director, Dinah Greenberg, lived by. She is gone now, but her joyous and creative spirit lives on in our hearts, and in the pages of Our Times—a magazine that continues on very much because of Dinah's decades of commitment to this labour of love. Thank you, Dinah.
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PUTTING ALT-RIGHT'S RACISM IN CONTEXT

By Ameil Joseph Ph.D
Racism can be about the "racist," but often racism is sustained and subsumed within the language and practice of everyday life. This is not only about who to blame; it is about how we stop a historical form of racialized violence before it lays claim to everything and everyone.
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