Harsha Walia

Harsha Walia is a South Asian activist and writer based in Vancouver, unceded Coast Salish Territories. She has been involved in community-based grassroots migrant justice, feminist, anti-racist, Indigenous solidarity, anti-capitalist, Palestinian liberation, and anti-imperialist movements for over a decade. She is formally trained in law, works with women in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside, and is the author of Undoing Border Imperialism (2013, 2014). Her rabble column 'Exception to the Rule' is about challenging norms, carving space and centring the dispossessed. You can find her at https://twitter.com/HarshaWalia

Harsha Walia
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Aug 20, 2008

Komagata Maru: Another sorry apology from Harper

Harsha Walia
In the past few weeks, much has been written about Prime Minister Stephen Harper's so-called apology regarding the Komagata Maru incident, which was delivered in Surrey on August 3, 2008.
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Dec 19, 2007

Facing deportation: the case of Laibar Singh

Harsha Walia
The recent case of Laibar Singh, a paralyzed refugee claimant, has created much debate. There has, unfortunately, been a backlash of racism in mainstream media outlets and online discussion forums.

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