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The following description has been provided by Discorder: "In this issue, you will read about different ways of viewing and being. Samantha Marie Nock speaks to dismantling the colonial and capitalist notions we have of what it means to love ourselves and each other. Katayoon’s Puzzlehead challenges the typical structure of the process by which music is composed and shared, favouring the collaborative. Although it seems an insurmountable effort to tackle at times, Kathleen Hepburn and Elle-Máijá Tailfeathers have shown us we can hold our industries accountable in the care they have treated their crew and film with. What is community engagement anyway, and who is benefiting from the current approach? Asks Sharona Franklin. Changes have come to Discorder, too, as we welcome Tasha Hefford as Editor-in-Chief :) As the year comes to a close, let us all reflect on how we have altered our perceptions and grown."
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