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We acknowledge that we live, work, and play on unceded territories of the Lekwungen and SENĆOŦEN speaking peoples. We acknowledge that the Songhees and Esquimalt nations have stewarded these lands and waters, and we all have a better quality of life due to the work they’ve done and continue to do.


“Striving to ensure that equality is practiced across the board, and working towards creating a society where various forms of institutional inequality are eliminated.”

(Alexandra Ages,

Student and Activist, 2017) 

—  Name, Title



This Anthology started with my work as a feminist organizer, educator, scholar, writer and editor, while teaching at the University of Victoria, developing and organizing various new courses, discussion panels, guest lectures, conferences and fundraisers on social justice. It came out of many collaborations with my students, activists at the Victoria Women's March, and fellow colleagues and feminists around the globe.


I wanted to design a platform for all the amazing work that was being done on social justice and intersectional feminisms for my students and colleagues, as well as for artists, writers and activists.  

This Anthology is digital, open-access, peer-reviewed, international, and published in annual volumes as a free and downloadable PDF file. 

It includes scholarly and interdisciplinary research essays, poetry, art works, photography, personal reflections, as well as reports on contemporary grassroots activism.


First Volume Launch: March 8, 2018

at the Greater Victoria Public Library 

I want to thank all contributors and collaborators! 

K. Sark

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