Aric McBay is an organizer, a farmer, and author of seven books. He writes and speaks about effective social movements, and has organized campaigns around climate justice, prisoner justice, Indigenous solidarity, pipelines, unionization, and other causes.

He lives and farms near Kingston, Ontario, on traditional Anishinaabe and Haudenosaunee territory.

For talks, interviews, or workshops, email: talks at aric mcbay dot org

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5 days ago

Aric McBay
Some upcoming events for my new novel Inversion — come chat, bring friends!Guelph - Tuesday, December 12 @ 7pmin conversation with Mandy HiscocksAlso a live recording for Radio OPIRG! Hosted by OPIRG Guelph at Silence (46 Essex St, Guelph)Hamilton - Wednesday, December 13 @ 7pmin conversation with Sara FalconerA joint launch for Rattling the Cages and the Certain Days: Freedom for Political Prisoners CalendarHosted by The City & The City Books at Jordan's Homeside Pub (1521 Main St. E, Hamilton)Kingston - Saturday, January 27 @ 2pmKingston Frontenac Public Library, Central Branch (130 Johnson St, Kingston) Ottawa - Tuesday, February 27 @ 7pmin conversation with Prof. Krys MakiThe Atelier @ Saint Paul University (95 Clegg St, Ottawa)More events to come!>>Want me to visit your community? Drop me a line at talks@aricmbay.org ... See MoreSee Less
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