On September 16, 2015 Wild Garden teamed with the Faith, Art and Activism Festival to podcast “Resistance Through Rituals” an open discussion on rituals, liturgy and political performance. Click below […]
A reflection on stories and the strike written for Pop. Ed. II.
An attempt at Political Activist Ethnography written for a course, focusing on the March 18 SGMM at the Montecassino Hotel.
Every day CUPE 3903 members are humbled by the solidarity voiced by fellow undergraduates, faculty and members of the wider public. Here are interviews with just a select few of […]
CUPE 3903 is a bastion of creativity and critical thinking. We asked picketers to discuss the ways in which their individual research interests intersect with the 2015 strike action. Jackie […]
Spring is finally here — and with it comes the opportunity to spruce up our picket grounds! Here are some of the poems, words and ideas bubbling up on the Main Gate lines. Andrew Winchur – from […]
What is the larger political context of the 2015 CUPE strike? What socio-economic pressures precipitated the standoff? Andrew Winchur talks to Eve Haque about equity, bureaucracy and neoliberalism at York […]