the fACTivist Fall 2012: Race and Racism in Alberta

This edition of the fACTivist examines the issue of race and racism in Alberta and Edmonton. Contributors offered some theoretical and practical issues surrounding these topics. Local resources such as the Centre for Race and Culture and the John Humphrey Centre for...

the fACTivist Spring 2012: Local Social Safety Net

This edition of the fACTivist looks at some of the agencies that help support vulnerable individuals within our community. While there are many organizations that service our community, the fACTivist provides a snapshot of some of the agencies based on demographic...

the Factivist Winter 2012

This edition of the fACTivist examines the multifaceted and complex issue of income inequality. The articles in this issue review how various groups in Canada and Alberta are affected by income inequality, how Alberta compares to other provinces, and different policy...

the fACTivist Fall 2011

ESPC Documents/PUBLICATIONS/A.06.A NEWSLETTERS/2011 Fall edition of the factivist Municipal Poverty Reduction Strategies.pdf
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