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  • Witnessing ‘white supremacy unchecked’

    The words we use to describe violence

  • Calling out COVID deniers won’t change their minds

    But there are still benefits

  • Be more like Spider-Man

    We need to normalize mask use – for the kids

  • Speaker Series returns!

    The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted our work at The Uniter in many ways. But one of the longest-lasting impacts has been the delay in our Speaker Series programming.

  • Beyond the tired narrative

    What HBO forgets about survivors of sexual violence

  • In other words

    Rethinking how we talk about sexual violence

  • Winnipeg needs to protect sex workers

    Sex work is real work

  • It’s time for Pallister to ‘grow up’

    Provincial government must take responsibility for rising COVID-19 cases

  • Critipeg: FM Youth

    Streaming on Reelhouse

  • Critipeg: Cemetery Boys

    Aiden Thomas, 320 pages, Macmillan Publishers, September 2020

  • Possibly Manitoban?

    Society for Manitobans with Disabilities rebrand is confusing and infantilizing

  • Feeling blue while seeing red

    A Canadian experience of the US election

  • The neighbours are having a coup

    At the time of this writing, the ballots in the US presidential election are still being counted.

  • Late-night shows are like university students

    For now, late-night reflects the mounting pressure put on comedians to be philosophers, political activists and teachers, able to somehow grapple (comedically) with the floundering American democracy.

  • In law we trust

    It isn’t fair to ask marginalized communities for lawful protest when laws often largely miss the mark on human rights.

  • Thirty-something

    It’s that time of year: voting for the Uniter 30 is open again!

  • There’s nothing magical about TERFs

    J.K. Rowling has a responsibility to do better, especially since her most famous novels are intended for young readers and preach ideas of love and acceptance. 

  • Universal basic income is not the answer

    We need to be more creative and imagine more progressive ways to subsidize and lower real costs of living, putting the onus back on governments and the wealthy.

  • The antisocial dilemma

    Social media algorithms aren’t mysterious, scheming voices instructing us to do this or that. They aren’t telling us anything new or introducing brand-new behaviours or ideas from scratch.

  • Privacy in clinics could be improved

    It is easy to be filled with a sense of apprehension when the need to seek medical attention arises, especially considering what often feels like a lack of privacy in public waiting rooms. 

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