Sarah Marie Wiebe is an SSHRC post-doctoral fellow and assistant teaching professor at the University of Victoria. She is collaborating with community artists from Attawapiskat and writing a book called “Life in a State of Emergency: Interrupting the Gendered Biopolitics of Settler-Colonialism.” She wrote Everyday Exposure: Indigenous Mobilization and Environmental Justice in Canada’s Chemical Valley (forthcoming, fall 2016).

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