I read Unicorns in Their Own Words https://ift.tt/3aCay3J As an academic writing on sexuality I am accustomed to reviewers’ critiques of my work, although writing for the public sphere has been a sharp learning curve of how to best deal with public reactions to my findings. via IFTTT

I read Cory Doctorow on his drive to inspire positive futures https://ift.tt/34OM1Wo What does the future hold? In our series “Imagining the Next Future,” Polygon explores the new era of science fiction — in movies, books, TV, games, and beyond — to see how storytellers and innovators are imagining the next 10, 20, 50, or […]

I read Objectivity Is a Privilege Afforded to White Journalists https://ift.tt/3j0WORB In April 2015, Baltimore was burning. A twenty-five-year-old Black man named Freddie Gray had died after a week-long coma following his violent arrest and “rough ride” in the back of a Baltimore Police Department van. Anger at police brutality had spilled out onto the […]

I read Objectivity Is a Privilege Afforded to White Journalists https://ift.tt/3j0WORB In April 2015, Baltimore was burning. A twenty-five-year-old Black man named Freddie Gray had died after a week-long coma following his violent arrest and “rough ride” in the back of a Baltimore Police Department van. Anger at police brutality had spilled out onto the […]

I read Higgs government pulls out of gas-tax sharing with First Nations https://ift.tt/2OLq6dD The New Brunswick government is pulling out of tax-sharing agreements with 13 Mi’kmaq and Wolastoqey First Nations, invoking its right to terminate some of the deals as early as this July. via IFTTT

I read Liberals’ bill on Indigenous rights getting pushback from Conservatives, First Nations critics https://ift.tt/3skIis2 A key element of the Liberal government’s reconciliation agenda is facing resistance from Conservatives in the House of Commons — and some First Nations critics on the outside. via IFTTT

I read Same Mike, Different City https://ift.tt/3uOmlmR It’s been so long since I sat down and wrote this blog. And I apologize for that. I don’t know who I need to apologize to, mostly myself I guess. This blog has been there for me through thick and then, it’s basically the longest relationship in my […]

I read The Broadcasting Act Blunder, Day 20: The Case Against Bill C-10 https://ift.tt/2OE7cFl The Broadcasting Act blunder series wraps up after a month of posts, two op-eds, and a podcast with a short summary of the case against Bill C-10. via IFTTT

I read The Anti-Indigenous Handbook: A global project shows most common attacks on Indigenous Peoples https://ift.tt/30aKGGD Editor’s Note: This article was reported in collaboration with Aboriginal Peoples Television Network,  The Guardian Australia, High Country News, and the Texas Observer. via IFTTT