Image above by Chris Webb. March 28, 2017 This Friday from 7 to 10 PM The Ali Mustafa Memorial Collective will be hosting a photo exhibit entitled, Towards the Unknown: Refugee Journeys, at the Second Floor Gallery of the Gladstone Hotel. We will showing the work of photographer Tanya Bindra who is also our first ever recipient … More Reflections on My Work With the Ali Mustafa Memorial Collective
March 7, 2017 Note: This essay is in no way meant to speak for everyone facing precarious labour. I recognize that I am drawing mainly from personal experience. This essay is instead, a personal attempt, at working through some of my own issues with precarity and uncertainty. Death and an uncertain future stalk the working … More Scattered Notes on Precarious Work
Thursday February 2nd, 2017 Yesterday evening, following protests on the UC Berkeley campus against alt-right (read: fascist) spokesman Milo Yiannopoulos, a gory photo of a young, beautiful, white woman covered in blood went viral. The image, originally tweeted by the “Conservative Nation” account, was paired with the text, “Here’s what happened to a female Trump … More When Women Bear the Nation’s Honour: Fascism and the Woman-as-Symbol Under Trump
A lecture for the Greater Toronto Workers' Assembly, recorded March 23, 2013.