Eve Tuck (Unangax) is a writer and scholar now living in Toronto after many years in New York. She writes about settler colonialism and antiblackness, decolonization, the politics and ethics of research, and the lived experiences of youth and communities under education and social policies. Eve is a co-founder of the Land Relationships Super Collective with K. Wayne Yang. She tweets @tuckeve


Chelsea Vowel is Métis from the Plains Cree speaking community of Lac Ste. Anne, Alberta. She and Molly Swain make an uproarious Indigenous feminist and sci-fi nerdy podcast called Métis in Space. Vowel created a mini-series of podcasts for our team and seriously informed the approach of our work.


Stephanie Latty is a Black scholar, writer and educator. Her research interests include Afrofuturism, critical race theory and Black and Indigenous feminisms.

Rebecca Beaulne-Stuebing (Naawakwe giizhigookwe) is Wiisaakode Anishinabekwe of the eagle clan and First Degree Midewiwin. She is currently a PhD student in Curriculum Studies at OISE.

Hunter Knight is a white woman with a background in teaching and special education. She is currently living in Toronto and researching the connections between race, ability, childhood, and education.

Faith Juma is Kenyan-born, living in the Canadian settler-state. She works as a traditional story-teller and teacher in her African immigrant community in Waterloo, centering cultural revitalization through land-based projects. She is a MEd candidate at OISE/U of T.

Lynn Ly is a queer Vietnamese woman who does research on militarization, race, and sexuality in the context of the wars in Southeast Asia. 

Christy Guthrie is a PhD student at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto. Her research examines social justice initiatives in settler colonial contexts, focusing on questions of accountability to anti-racist and decolonial projects. 

Karima Kinlock works with a variety of community organizations as a program consultant and evaluator while assuming her tenured role as Director of Research and Development at Concrete Roses Youth Services. She is currently a PhD student at OISE whose research interests include community development, curriculum development, poverty reduction strategies, equitable access to education, yPAR, and anti-colonial and critical race theory.

Deanna Del Vecchio is an art educator and a PhD candidate in Social Justice Education at OISE, working on place-based research and participatory photography. 

Sefanit Habtom is a Black (Eritrean) scholar and organizer currently completing her Masters degree.  Her first priority is community - that's where her heart is. 

Danielle Cantave

Megan Bertasson

Lauren Howard

Fizza Mir

Alicia Cameron

Melissa Wilson

Rahma Hilowle


Fiona Purton

Jennifer Wong Brailsford


Deanna Del Vecchio

Art and Sound

Jennifer Wong Brailsford TTC Delorian soundscape

Elizabeth LaPensée Artwork

A Tribe Called Red Theme Music