Categories: 2010-2019, BIPOC Authors, Canadian Identity, Identity, Indigenous Authors, LGBTQ+ Authors, Post-Colonialism, Resistance and Advocacy, Scholarly Essay, Social Justice Literature, Women Authors
When a Cow Saves Your Life, You Learn that Audre Lorde is Always Right
Dorothy Ellen Palmer builds on her writing on Facebook, Twitter, and her blog, and focuses on what due process means and on the labour issues — including Steven Galloway’s own rights to a grievance process — that the UBCAccountable open letter did not acknowledge.
Dorothy Ellen Palmer
DOROTHY ELLEN PALMER is a disabled senior writer, mom, binge knitter, accessibility consultant, retired high school drama/English teacher, and union activist. She is the author of When Fenelon Falls (Coach House, 2010),