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the fACTivist Winter 2015: Gay/Straight Alliances

Inside this edition: gender politics and the gay/straight alliances, an anniversary screening of Anne Wheeler's Bye Bye Blues, using surplus school sites for affordable housing, homelessness and mental illness, tracing ESPC's 75 years, profiling poverty in Edmonton and an introduction to new board member Erin LaRocque.

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File name fACTivist_Winter_2015.pdf File Size 6.66 Megabytes File Type pdf (application/pdf) Created Date Friday, 27 February 2015 Modified Date Wednesday, 22 February 2017
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