Colonial powers and community showers

Since the first COVID-19 restrictions were implemented in ‘victoria’ in March 2020, one survival service (of many) that has been restricted for those forced to shelter outside is basic hygiene access in the form of showers. While there have been several organizations that have been offering limited access to showers throughout the pandemic, overall these … Continue reading Colonial powers and community showers

Rest In Power, Joe Arvay

Joe Arvay died unexpectedly from a heart attack on December 6, 2020 at the age of 71. Joe was an amazing lawyer who fought hard for social and environmental justice. He worked for (and often won) legal recognition of the rights of Indigenous communities, people who use drugs, sex workers, people in prison, people with … Continue reading Rest In Power, Joe Arvay