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It’s time for a new kind of protest

Editor’s Note

LIKE MUCH of the world, many in the Canadian books industry were rattled, then angered, by U.S. President Donald Trump’s travel ban on refugees and immigrants from seven Muslim-majority countries. I have witnessed editors, authors, publicists, and publishers protesting in front of the U.S. consulate in Toronto in a show of solidarity with the Muslim community. (I also bumped into many on Jan. 21 at the Women’s March.) There have been open letters to Trump – including one initiated by PEN America, signed by 65 prominent authors and artists, including Margaret Atwood – calling for the executive order to be rescinded, and the end of any future measure that similarly “impairs freedom of movement and the global exchange of arts and ideas.”

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