UPDATE! We have had to cancel this trip due to weather. We will reschedule later in the season. Contact Natasha Healey … More
This film was a little different than what they’d done before… they had to gut more fish, for one. Read more on how participatory filmmaking with CLEAR works…
Science labs have a tradition of masculinist values (individualist genius, mastery over nature) & assumed access to Indigenous Land for (“benevolent”) research, which means we end up using science against science to do feminist & anti-colonial work.
Here’s why treating plastics as one kind of thing in science and activism isn’t useful and can even cause harm. … More
Share your BabyLegs stories! We’re looking for your stories of using BabyLegs as part of a new campaign to highlight how people have used the trawl in their own environments.
This summer CLEAR has two positions with Canada Summer Jobs, which grants people aged 15-30 full time (35 hours/week) employment … More
Labrador Research Forum (#LRF2019) keynote by Eve Tuck on “Research On Our Terms.” Featuring many pictures of seals and wisdom that burns. A thread from a listener:
Are you a beneficiary of Nunatsiavut or NunatuKavut? Are you interested in science? Are you looking for a summer job? … More
Since January, CLEAR has hosted Iwalaye (Ayo) Oladimeji, a PhD student from the University of KwaZulu-Natal in South Africa. She … More
In science, some decisions and behaviour are valued, reproduced, and others are harder to do. Some forms of knowledge flourish. Others don’t. Let’s talk about that.