On November 6, 2020, we hosted an online discussion called Toward Liberation: Evolving Beyond 21st Century Capitalism with the following panelists:

  • Dr. Angela Davis
  • Dr. Pamela D. Palmater
  • Erica Ifill
  • Harsha Walia
  • Moderator – Angela Marie MacDougall

With introductory remarks from Rhiannon Bennett of Hummingbirds Rising Consulting.

You may re-watch the recording on Facebook or on YouTube.

Please have a look at our self-reflection questions below. We are also interested to know what you think of the discussion and would appreciate your time in giving us feedback in this brief survey.

self-reflection questions

1. What feelings came up for you during the discussion and why do you think that is?
2. What personal connections have you made from the discussion and how capitalism impacts you? Your community? Your ancestors?
3. What views are you currently exploring about labour? Inherited wealth? Land displacement? Poverty? Racism? Collectivism?
4. What actions are you willing to take to dismantle capitalism?

Here are some of the resources mentioned, as well as publications from panelists if you want to follow their work:



  • Critical Resistance: a national, member-based grassroots organization that works to build a mass movement to dismantle the prison-industrial complex (Angela Davis)
  • Sisters Inside: an abolitionist organization based in Queensland, Australia that works in solidarity with women in prison (Angela Davis)
  • Noone is Illegal: a migrant justice movement rooted in anti-colonial, anti-capitalist, ecological justice, Indigenous self-determination, anti-occupation & anti-oppressive communities (Harsha Walia)
  • Defenders of the Land: a network of Indigenous communities and activists in land struggle across Canada, including Elders and youth, women and men, dedicated to building a fundamental movement for Indigenous rights, was founded at a historic meeting in Winnipeg from November 12-14, 2008 (Harsha Walia)
  • Feb 14th Annual Womens Memorial March: “Their Spirits Live Within Us”: Annual Women’s Memorial March for Murdered and Missing Women (Harsha Walia)
  • Battered Women’s Support Services: An intersectional feminist voice against violence and oppression, BWSS is a strong, dynamic organization that provides support and advocacy for women who have experienced abuse, as well as community education and training about violence against women. Part of a global feminist anti-violence movement, our long-term goal is the elimination of all violence against women and girls. (Angela Marie MacDougall)
  • B.C. Civil Liberties Association (BCCLA): the oldest and most active civil liberties and human rights group in Canada. (Harsha Walia)

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