This pamphlet was developed by Bread, Roses & Hormones, a campaign led by trans women and non-binary people. Misgendering is a fixation on trans people's bodies to control our genders and sexualities. It is a form of sexual harassment that must be fought on every front!
What did we get up to in 2019? Alongside communities in struggle, we organized 14 press conferences, 10 rallies, 6 reading groups, 3 marches, and a tour across BC.
The People's Plan for Metrotown is a radical re-envisioning of what a community plan truly needs to be. It is made up of two parts. First, it unpacks three planning principles for development that will increase density without displacing the existing residents. Second, it puts forward a call to action to the community with strategies for collective organizing and resistance to displacement.
In 2016, Stop Demovictions Burnaby conducted a social impact survey on the square block at Dunblane and Imperial just east of Metrotown where over two hundred apartment units have been or will be soon demolished. We found that people experience demovictions as disorienting, violent forces in their lives: communities are being displaced, people are being pushed out of Burnaby, residents feel stressed and unable to cope, and their future is unknown.
Red Report is a weekly archive of the work Red Braid does quietly, and sometimes not so quietly, day after day and week after week. We began publishing Red Reports in December 2020.
Read an introduction to the project in The Volcano newspaper and find the latest issue of the Red Report below.