Idle No More, Climate Justice Saskatoon, and Turning the Tide Bookstore present:

The End of This World: Climate Justice in So-Called Canada

A Book Launch with authors Emily Eaton and David Gray Donald

Moderated by Ashley Shingoose

Saturday, June 3 – 2:30pm
Amigo’s Cantina – Back Room
Admission is free – Wheelchair accessible

Join us in discussing a work that “gifts readers with a mapping of a communal future grounded in Indigenous concepts of caring, relationship, solidarity, and a sharp analysis of the present,” (Leanne Betasamosake Simpson) and “advances a holistic, radically reasonable vision of a future worth fighting for” (Avi Lewis).

The End of This World presents an alternative to the scorched earth reality of colonial capitalism: a new economy based upon ecological restoration and the revitalization of human spiritual integrity.

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More about the book:

The climate crisis is here, and the end of this world—a world built on land theft, resource extraction, and colonial genocide—is on the horizon. In this compelling roadmap to a livable future, Indigenous sovereignty and climate justice go hand in hand.

Drawing on their work in Indigenous activism, the labour movement, youth climate campaigns, community-engaged scholarship, and independent journalism, the six authors challenge toothless proposals and false solutions to show that a just transition from fossil fuels cannot succeed without the dismantling of settler capitalism in Canada. Together, they envision a near future where oil and gas stay in the ground; where a caring economy provides social supports for all; where wealth is redistributed from the bloated billionaire class; and where stolen land is rightfully reclaimed under the jurisdiction and sovereignty of Indigenous peoples.

Packed with clear-eyed analysis of both short- and long-term strategies for radical social change, The End of This World promises that the next world is within reach and worth fighting for.

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