The Link supports the CSU’s new anti-fascist policy and applauds the CSU’s endorsement of the Nov. 12 protest as an application of existing anti-oppression policies.
A Modest Proposal For Maintaining Sustainability
Like every other city, Montreal is a living and breathing entity that must continue to renew itself to stay viable.
Halting the Inquiry Reveals More About the Liberals Than Quebec Society
The goal is to look into the systemic discrimination and racism that is prevalent in Quebec society, especially in the employment, education, health care, and housing sectors.
A Response to Cam Newton’s Sexism
The reality is that women in any field, particularly fields that are male-dominated, will have their work discredited or second-guessed.
A Sex Ed(itorial) Column
People who think that feminist women cannot also be sexually submissive probably just think that way because they don’t understand either concept.
Quebec’s Environmental Movement Needs to Take a Stand Against the Far-Right
The struggle against climate change must be intersectional to address the magnitude of the problems we face.
Environmental Activism Requires a Multifaceted Approach
The truth is that sustainability is the only way for humanity to have a future—and the only way to live in harmony with each other and the planet is to recognize the connections in our collective struggles.
To our knowledge, Concordia still hasn’t divested its holdings in the fossil fuel industry.
Sustainable Concordia Celebrates 15 Years
The first major concern of those promoting sustainability is of the preconceptions surrounding this often very misunderstood concept. So, what is this fight actually about?
A Little-Known Trauma Coping Mechanism Contradicts our Assault Narrative
When under attack the body can freeze completely instead of attempting to flee or to fight. It’s a very normal response to traumatic experiences, but isn’t well-known to the general public.
The NHL Lags Behind When it Comes to the Right to Protest
On the same day that so many organizations chose to stand together in solidarity for their right to protest, the Stanley cup winning Pittsburgh Penguins decided to announce they would be visiting the White House to celebrate their Stanley Cup victory.