2.4% is a failing grade!

Today, I want to share a dismal statistic about the Masters of Archival Studies & Masters of Library and Information Science program that I started this fall at UBC. It is a small example of how deeply white supremacy and Eurocentrism are embedded within academia and the archival profession. So far, of the 83 required... Continue Reading →


The truly beginners’ permaculture garden!

So, upon returning home from Brazil, I was very motivated by the Mandala Gardens that our group saw at various places we visited, and interested in building my own.  I discussed with my Dad the possibility of setting one up in our backyard, and began reading about permaculture gardening techniques and theory (online and in... Continue Reading →

Anti-Oppression 101: For Children

I thought it'd be nice to share this link to a project that a good friend of mine (Annie Preston) and I put together for our course in Anti-Oppression Social Work Practice (taught by the amazing Ed Lee--I don't have a link to the syllabus of the course online, but if you email me, I... Continue Reading →

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