Sandy Hudson is a political strategist, organizer and communications expert who believes in winning as a framework for justice. An audacious educator, Sandy is unafraid to have and host the conversations needed to bring real change to the forefront. Hope, and a commitment to possibility keep her in the fight for a better world. Sandy is also the founder of Black Lives Matter – Toronto, an academic and staff at CUPE Local 3903.
Sandy’s writings can be found in Race and Racializations (2018), New Framings on Anti-Racism and Resistance: Volume 2 (2017), The Toronto Star, Now Magazine, The Huffington Post and TVO.org.
Nora Loreto is a writer, musician and activist based in Québec City. She’s a community organizer who thinks that hard, strategic work will bring about the revolution.
Nora is the author of From Demonized to Organized, Building the New Union Movement (2013) and is the editor of the Canadian Association of Labour Media. Her most recent bylines can be found at Briarpatch Magazine, The Walrus, Maclean’s and the Globe and Mail. You can read her musings here: medium.com/@noraloreto
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