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IF I HAD MY WAY

This is How a Union Would Combat Racism

By Winnie Ng
lt is not uncommon in labour education settings that, when race and gender are being discussed, someone will raise the issue of class as a corrective, or as a way to reinsert their own voice as the centre of attention. The implication here is that class war is universal, but race, gender, abilities, faith and sexuality are only identity politics.
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WEBWORK: Tweets and Twobbies

By Derek Blackadder
Some of you, way too many of you, are still clustering your tweets. You know who you are.
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How Far We've Come

By Nancy Knickerbocker
When Linda Shuto started teaching in Burnaby in 1969 she never imagined she'd become a leading champion of women's rights within the BC Teachers' Federation. It started with a simple decision to ignore the rule that said women teachers had to wear skirts.

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