CD and Feminism:
Chronicle of a Movement Defining Itself
Consideration of how feminist issues were covered and framed in CD’s pages over the years provides a fascinating chronicle of the complexity of the wider feminist struggle in Canada as well as of the Canadian Left’s engagement with that struggle.
Stephanie Ross is an Associate Professor of Work and Labour Studies in the Department of Social Science and co-director of the Global Labour Research Centre at York University. Her research and teaching focuses on public sector unionism, union renewal and democracy in working-class and social movement organizations. With Larry Savage, she has edited two books, Rethinking the Politics of Labour in Canada and Public Sector Unions in the Age of Austerity. She is also president of the Canadian Association for Work and Labour Studies. Stephanie was a member of the CD collective from 2010 to 2014.