Annie Faye Cheng on migrant farm workers’ creative tactics when faced with exclusion from traditional legal and trade-union protections, in both Canada and the United States.
S. K. Hussan on the fight for permanent residency rights for 1.7 million migrants in the Canadian state – a case study in building revolutionary organizing.
Michèle Hehn on the complex position of the left party Québec Solidaire, and its implications for anti-racist and migrant justice struggle in Québec and beyond.
Patty Krawec on religious nationalisms, kinship versus citizenship, and Land Back as an alternative to the violence of colonial borders.
Vincent Wong on building a socialist internationalism able to do justice to all our contradictory concepts of “home.”
Sinead Petrasek on how the sanctity of the family is invoked often to protect white supremacy and settler dominance – and the critical role of socialist organizing, past and present, in the struggle against such oppression.