Janes Walk

[EXCERPT] The M Word: What Motherhood Taught Me About My Abortion

Kerry Clare | Posted 07.14.2014 | Canada Living
Kerry Clare

It is essential for my purposes that you be able to imagine the desperation of being pregnant when you don't want to be, of what it is to be staring into that gaping black hole with everything you've ever worked and longed for lost inside it. I am aware that some people will find themselves more inclined to empathize with the six-week-old fetus in this matter, he or she (still indeterminate) about the size of a lentil, and whether such an inclination represents a terrific failure of imagination or an incredible imaginative leap, I'm still not entirely sure. But I'd like such a person to shake their convictions for just a moment or two.

Jane's Walks... Dark Age Delayed?

Himy Syed | Posted 05.02.2013 | Canada
Himy Syed

Dark Age Delayed ? This was a puzzling realization which haunted me after I completed leading the final of several Jane's Walks last year: Dark Age ...

Walking with Jane Jacobs

Himy Syed | Posted 07.04.2012 | Canada
Himy Syed

The first weekend in May has quickly become known as Jane's Walk weekend in cities the world over -- named for Jane Jacobs, the late author, activist and urban theorist who died in Toronto in 2006.