Tag Archives: Intersectionality

“Listen to each other’s voices”: Karen Kobayashi

Dr. Karen Kobayashi is an Associate Professor in the Department of Sociology, University of Victoria. She has been involved in the Japanese Canadian community since her teenage years in Toronto, first as a member of the original NAJC Youth Group and later in her early adult years in Vancouver as a Board member of the National […]

‘Indebted to activist scholarship’: Monique Flores Ulysses

Monique Flores Ulysses is a former Landscapes of Injustice research assistant now in the first semester of her PhD. I interviewed her earlier in the year, knowing of her interest in activist and grassroots movements historically in addition to her engagement with conversations around oppression and inequality today. As a characteristic millennial, I often encounter […]