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  • Abortion to Abolition

    Reproductive Health and Justice in Canada

    By Martha Paynter  Illustrated by Julia Hutt     May 2022

    This illustrated, accessible book will tell the empowering stories behind the struggles for reproductive justice, celebrating past wins and revealing an abolitionist path forward.

  • Spin Doctors

    How Media and Politicians Misdiagnosed the COVID-19 Pandemic

    By Nora Loreto     November 2021

    This book meticulously documents the root causes of the struggles amplified by the pandemic and media and challenges media and politicians who justify the status quo.

  • Insurgent Love

    Abolition and Domestic Homicide

    By Ardath Whynacht     October 2021

    When loved ones transgress into violence, how do we seek justice and safety outside of policing and prisons?

  • Losing Me, While Losing You

    Caregivers Share Their Experiences of Supporting Friends and Family with Dementia

    By Jeanette A. Auger, Diane Tedford-Litle and Brenda Wallace-Allen  Foreword by Janice Keefe     September 2021

    This book provides narrative accounts based on interviews with caregivers of people with dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.

  • Jude and Diana

    By Sharon Robart-Johnson     June 2021

    A story of two enslaved sisters. A story of brutality. A story of joy. Sharon Robart-Johnson blends archival research with fiction to compel us: Black lives matter enough to remember.

    A Roseway Book
  • Stampede

    Misogyny, White Supremacy and Settler Colonialism

    By Kimberly A. Williams     May 2021

    This book offers the first-ever intersectional feminist analysis of the gendered and racialized dynamics of the contemporary Calgary Stampede.

  • A Love Letter to Africville

    By Amanda Carvery-Taylor     February 2021

    This book is a warm hug from Africville!

    A Roseway Book
  • IKWE

    Honouring Women, Life Givers, and Water Protectors

    By Jackie Traverse     September 2018

    “I had the privilege of going to Standing Rock twice. The strength and power that came from the women there inspired this book. To be a woman is to be a life giver and water protector. Even if you never have children, you have that sense, and the duty to honour and protect the water is within you,” writes Traverse.

    A Roseway Book