Monthly Archives: October 2011

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‘Tough on crime’ is not a national mental-health strategy  “Ashley Smith, the 19-year old who hung herself while prison staff watched, is a name that has been seared into the public consciousness. First placed in a youth facility at the age of 15, her mental health deteriorated rapidly … Continue reading

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transient traces

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a dream october 15th – october 16th

last night i dreamt i woke up and the first thing i saw was the cover of the newspaper/magazine. the image was of a man’s chest ripped open with two bloody gashes. i realized he had been killed and it … Continue reading

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the revolution will be documented!

(“we are many that dream of revolution” MC) project by dream listener. When we first arrived, we walked around. A limo and wedding party drove by slowly honking. A woman grabbed me by my arm and said “let me see your … Continue reading

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Why the B.C. Missing Women’s Commission of Inquiry fails

“The inquiry is replicating the very same dismissive attitude and the same patterns of systemic marginalization that it is supposed to address.” It is more comfortable to dehumanize and judge women living in the DTES, to rob them of their … Continue reading

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