Tertulia – Harsha Walia on Border and Rule: Global Migration, Capitalism and the Rise of Racist Nationalism
Tertulia – Harsha Walia on Border and Rule
Harsha Walia will speak on her new book, Border and Rule: Global Migration, Capitalism and the Rise of Racist Nationalism (Fernwood/Haymarket), on Wednesday, March 10 at 7:30pm (Atlantic Time) on Zoom.
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Harsha Walia is the award-winning author of Undoing Border Imperialism (2013) and, most recently, Border and Rule (Fernwood and Haymarket). Trained in the law, she is a community organizer and campaigner in migrant justice, anti-capitalist, feminist, and anti-imperialist movements, including No One Is Illegal and Women’s Memorial March Committee. She is the executive director of the British Columbia Civil Liberties Association.
Haymarket: In Border and Rule, one of North America’s foremost thinkers and immigrant rights organizers delivers an unflinching examination of migration as a pillar of global governance and gendered racial class formation. Harsha Walia disrupts easy explanations for the migrant and refugee crises, instead showing them to be the inevitable outcomes of conquest, capitalist globalization, and climate change generating mass dispossession worldwide.
What is a tertulia? A tertulia can be described as a literary and artistic social gathering or philosophy café where participants talk about big thinkers, artists and ideas. This winter, Tertulias Fredericton has put together a series on activists and social movements that have shaped our lives and allowed us to imagine a better future.
Tertulias Fredericton is supported by the NB Media Co-op, publisher of videos of the Tertulia talks, the Atlantic Regional Solidarity Network, book publishers Fernwood, Between the Lines, Verso and Canadian Scholars | Women’s Press.
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April 14 – Jason MacLean, Assistant Professor of Law, University of New Brunswick, on Greta Thunberg, #FridaysForFuture and the Lessons of Youth Climate Activism.