Tolu Oloruntoba’s “Each One a Furnace” reviewed by Phinder Dulai.

Vol. 8, No. 4 / Initiatives#MovingVancouverFwdVancouver Culture/Shift funding revisitedBy Conner Singh VanderBeekAli Kazimi, Fair Play (Wing Sang)©Share ArticleEditor’s Note: This article is a part of Rungh’s Primary Colours Initiative. Rungh was one of the member organizations of two Host Your Own Engagement events as a part of the Culture/Shift engagement process in 2018. On November 24, 2020, a press brief …

Vol. 8, No. 2 / Reviews & ReflectionsDid Indigenous Paddlers Smuggle Food to the Komagata Maru?By Ali KazimiRungh has republished this article from The Conversation to keep track of a conversation which is developing around the “Komagata Maru Mural Project: Taike-sye’yə.”A new mural depicts Indigenous paddlers taking food to passengers on the legendary ship Komagata Maru that was denied entry to …

Vol. 8, No. 3 / InitiativesTrue Both to History, and to SolidarityBy Hugh Johnston, Ali Kazimi and Anne MurphyImmigration Officer keeps watch from the Sea Lion (Photo: Library and Archives Canada).Share ArticleEditor’s Note: This article is a part of the Komagata Maru: Pasts, Presents and Futures Initiative in Rungh.This year that has passed has been, and that which has begun …