After Université Laval Divested Last Year, Concordia is Still Behind
Years of negotiations later, it remains clear the school won’t be conceding to the group’s demands, at least not in the immediate future.
Maps, Geography, and Lots of Rain
“It has really serious consequences for people. You can’t just do this from a scientific perspective and ignore the reality on the ground.”
Energy as Colonialism Here and Abroad
The ideological vision of sustainable development hides a dark side of colonialism.
After Increased Greening Efforts, is Parc-Extension at Risk?
Can the addition of green spaces uproot the very people it’s intended to help?
The Concordia-Based Project Connects Big Ideas Through Art
As a piece of data and art the Climate Clock reveals a tension between scientific knowledge and human behaviour.
It’s a Low-Impact Protein Source
There wasn’t any outstanding taste of cricket in the muffin.
Facebook Groups Are Portals to Sustainable Exchange
The group is all about fostering a sense of community and rethinking consumerist waste habits.
Project Focuses on Those Excluded By Mainstream Media
The title is easy to understand. Some people tend to ignore the fact that Black people are people as well. They pay attention to stereotypes and judge us rather than getting to know us without any prejudice.
We Need to Expand the Conversation Surrounding Racism and Xenophobia
Many problematic and dangerous events have recently taken place regarding migration and xenophobia at home and abroad. They require our careful attention.
Two Women of Colour Talk About the Racialization of Their Hair
I have a weird ethnic first name (Aysha) and she has a weird ethnic last one (Ramnanan).
Poems from The Link’s Race Special Issue