Forthcoming

  • Staying Alive While Living the Life

    Adversity, Strength, and Resilience in the Lives of Homeless Youth

    By Sue-Ann MacDonald and Benjamin Roebuck     Forthcoming October 2018

    In Staying Alive While Living the Life, Sue-Ann MacDonald and Benjamin Roebuck unpack the realities of living on the streets from the perspective of homeless youth.

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  • Viola Desmond

    Her Life and Times

    By Graham Reynolds and Wanda Robson     Forthcoming October 2018

    Accessible, concise and timely, this book tells the incredible, important story of Viola Desmond, considered by many to be Canada’s Rosa Parks.

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    A Roseway Book
  • Decolonizing Academia

    Poverty, Oppression and Pain

    By Clelia O. Rodríguez     Forthcoming December 2018

    Refreshing and radical, Decolonizing Academia speaks to those who have been taught to doubt themselves because of the politics of censorship, violence and silence that sustain the Ivory Tower.

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  • The World Turned Upside Down?

    The Socialist Register 2019

    Edited by Leo Panitch and Greg Albo     Forthcoming December 2018

    The latest edition of the Socialist Register explores a range of pressing issues and asks what we can expect from the recent social and political changes occuring across the globe.

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  • On This Patch of Grass

    City Parks and the Politics of Occupied Land

    By Matt Hern, Selena Couture, Daisy Couture and Sadie Couture     Forthcoming January 2019

    Parks are a certain kind of property, and thus creations of law, and they are subject to all kinds of presumptions about what parks are for, and what kinds of people should be doing what kinds of things in them. Parks — as they are currently constituted — are colonial enterprises. On This Patch of Grass is an investigation into one small urban park — Vancouver’s Victoria Park, or Bocce Ball Park — as a way to interrogate the politics of land.

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