Kennedy McKee-Braide

Kennedy (she/her) is currently pursuing a Joint Honours degree in History and Political Science with a Minor in Gender, Sexuality, Feminist and Social Justice Studies. She manages the Tribune’s Opinion, Student Life, and Features sections and is Editor-in-Chief of the McGill Journal of Political Science Print. Her research interests include Soviet history, housing, policing, and social welfare policy, and internet and media studies.

Posts by Kennedy McKee-Braide

No such thing as empty land: Agricultural expansion and displacement in South America’s Gran Chaco region

The destruction of the world’s rainforests has long been framed as an environmental problem. Extractive logging, mining, and agricultural practices have led to the loss of millions of acres of wildlife and have emitted massive quantities of carbon dioxide (CO2) into the atmosphere. But for years, activists have argued that[Read More…]

Under the influence of beer pong

The aromas of warm beer and sweat fill the air as loud cheers regularly erupt from a corner of the party. People rejoice as one team loses, and another team rushes to play against the winners. The festive and joyful atmosphere is the result of a game of beer-pong—a university[Read More…]

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