There’s a quiet resignation I feel when I think about how big $92 billion is compared to how small the community I grew up in is... And instead of building up kids in [communities like mine], we pumped $92 billion into a global war on terror in the first 10 years alone.
As our population ages, let’s rely less on long-term care and more on supportive housing:a cost-effective way for semi-independent seniors to live with dignity and independence.
We mapped out child poverty rates across Canada.
The big question now for Canada is whether, by design or default, we will revert to the “same old, same old” after the crisis.
The COVID-19 pandemic has had a disproportionately high impact on Black communities. It’s exceptionally difficult to produce a vision of freedom in such rough times. But we must keep freedom dreaming.
Bress 'n' Nyam and the Black farmers who are returning to the countryside to steward the land.
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