Online Resources, Organizations, and People

Online Resources


  • The Anti-Oppression Resource & Training Alliance (AORTA) is a worker-owned cooperative of facilitators and strategists devoted to helping our movements renew a stronger sense of liberatory vision, values, and purpose.
  • The Association of Raza Educators (ARE) is a group of public school educators, university professors, students, and community allies committed to using education as a tool for the liberation of our community.
  • Civic Laboratory for Environmental Action Research (CLEAR) is a feminist, anti-colonial laboratory, which means our methods foreground values of humility, equity, and good land relations.
  • The Collaboratory for Indigenous Data Governance develops research, policy, and practice innovations for Indigenous data sovereignty.
  • The Dark Laboratory is an engine for collaboration, design, and the study of race and ecology through creative technology. The Dark Laboratory is a collective situated at the intersection of scholarship, artistic praxis to examine non-linear storytelling by centering local and global non-profit community institutions as educators.
  • Learning in Places is a collaborative network of educators, families, and community partners working to cultivate equitable, culturally thriving, socio-ecological systems learning and ethical decision-making using field-based science education in outdoor places, including gardens, for children in pre-kindergarten to 3rd grade and their families.
  • The Native BioData Consortium (NBDC) is comprised of Indigenous scientific and bioethics experts in latest scientific techniques and administration functions.
  • The Technoscience Research Unit at the University of Toronto is a home for critical and creative research on the politics of technoscience. The TRU draws together social justice approaches to Science and Technology Studies from across the university with an emphasis on Indigenous, feminist, queer, environmental, anti-racist and anti-colonial scholarship.