People must learn more about the history and legacies of residential schools and day schools and understand their relationship to Canada’s colonial project.
From mythical Moth people, who kidnapped children, to threatening desert fairies in loincloths, early Australian fairy tales helped sanitise white settlement, expressing colonial fears.
Nineteenth-century European settlement is often depicted as a triumphal ‘taming of nature’. But does that collective memory impede more honest appraisals of the environmental risks we face today?
Pride Toronto has the opportunity to change its relationship with Indigenous and racialized people.
Lumumba’s death triggered students and created a generation of activists that pushed for total liberation from exploitation and oppression.
Internal affairs of the bloc may dominate the summit which seeks to address a wide range of international issues.
While tracing his own family’s journey from Ireland to Aotearoa New Zealand, Richard Shaw encountered how much ‘selective amnesia’ about the colonial past still shapes our lives today.
For relations with the DRC to truly improve, the Belgian state must acknowledge its historical responsibility more strongly.
Industry seeks to capitalize on regenerative agriculture, but standards that focus only on carbon or other select environmental metrics will undermine its transformative potential
Louisa Lim’s ‘haunting testimonial’ to Hong Kong reveals a politically engaged and dynamic civil society beneath the surface of an unrelenting reign of terror.
Music has often been used as a political tool to urge Kenyans to forget the sins of colonial and post-colonial regimes.
Peacekeeping missions grab the headlines when they’re associated with tragedy and death – but that isn’t their full story.
Summit provides opportunity to showcase modernity of Kigali and government achievements.
Understanding how our ancestors may have benefited from industrialisation and colonialism could help us become more climate-friendly citizens.
An Anglican Aboriginal pastor who attended the COP26 climate conference shares his perspective on Indigenous knowledge in dealing with climate change.
From the tax we pay to the wine we drink, many policies in Britain today have their roots in imperialism.
Incorporating lessons from Ryerson University’s renaming process could help Canadian institutions address colonization.
When a patriarchal society is combined with a history of colonialism, women in that country are at heightened risk of gender-based violence.
The IPCC’s latest climate report discusses how colonialism has shaped climate, a breakthrough for the climate justice movement.
While marketing has made diamond rings a symbol of heteronormative happy endings, women from the Northwest Territories tell a different story about their experiences with the diamond mines.