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Marvellous Grounds

Queer of Colour Histories of Toronto

by Jin Haritaworn Editor · Ghaida Moussa Editor

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Toronto has long been a place that people of colour move to in order to join queer of colour communities. Yet the city's rich history of activism by queer and trans people who are Black, Indigenous, or of colour (QTBIPOC) remains largely unwritten and unarchived. While QTBIPOC have a long and visible presence in the city, they always appear as newcomers in queer urban maps and archives in which white queers appear as the only historical subjects imaginable.

The first collection of its kind to feature the art, activism, and writings of QTBIPOC in Toronto, Marvellous Grounds tells the stories that have shaped Toronto's landscape but are frequently forgotten or erased. Responding to an unmistakable desire in QTBIPOC communities for history and lineage, this rich volume allows us to imagine new ancestors and new futures.

Publication Details

Publisher:
Between the Lines
Publication Date:
2019

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Jin Haritaworn (Editor)

Jin Haritaworn is associate professor of gender, race, and environment at York University.

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Ghaida Moussa (Editor)

Ghaida Moussa is a PhD candidate in the Social and Political Thought program at York University.

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Syrus Marcus Ware (Editor)

Syrus Marcus Ware is a PhD candidate in the Faculty of Environmental Studies at York University.

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