Syrus Marcus Ware to join queer radical imaginations focus of Toronto launch of What Moves Us: The Lives and Times of the Radical Imagination

Join us for the Toronto launch of What Moves Us: The Lives and Times of the Radical Imagination, edited by Max Haiven and Alex Khasnabish.

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8 pm sharp — Thursday, Dec. 7th

Glad Day Bookshop, 499 Church Street (near Wellesley).

Gary Kinsman, on “Within, against, and beyond: Urgency and patience in queer and anti-capitalist struggles,”  Gary is a contributor to What Moves Us.

Beverly Bain on “Black, queer, feminist imagination.”  Beverly is a black queer feminist anti-racist, anti-capitalist activist and educator. She teaches in Woman and Gender Studies at the University of Toronto, Mississauga Campus.

Amy Gottlieb on “Notes on becoming an accomplice.” Amy is a lifelong activist in lesbian, feminist and Palestine solidarity organizing and an educator for social and economic justice. She is an artist whose work explores the intersections of personal and historical memories.

Syrus Marcus Ware

Max Haiven, on “The Radical Imagination.”  Max is co-editor of What Moves Us.

In this collection of original essays & interviews, diverse radical thinkers provide critical insights into the opportunities and challenges that confront struggles for social justice today.


Glen Coulthard on anti-colonial political thought

Chris Dixon on organizing for the long haul

Silvia Federici on war, feminism, life & struggle

The Halifax Motherhood Collective on the powers of social reproduction

El Jones on prison justice & inter-generational struggles

Gary Kinsman on queer & anti-capitalist organizing

John Munro on the power of history

Sherry Pictou on land & Indigenous relations to the commons

Jerome Roos on debt, the far right & publishing in the age of monsters

Isaac Saney on radical internationalism

Ardath Whynacht on mental health & collective care

What Moves Us is a collaboration between The Radical Imagination
Project, Fernwood Publishing, and Upping the Anti: A Journal of Theory and

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