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Sarit Cantor
writing, sewing, cooking, storytelling, natural dyeing, embodied knowledge, more-than-human intimacies, dreaming, grief work, connection to ancestors

Masters of Environmental Studies, York University

Sarit is a queer, non-binary, prison abolitionist, textile artist. Drawing on lifelong relationships with plants & the more than human world, they write, teach, organize, pray, study, conspire & dream towards our collective liberation using fibres, plants, trust & the relationships in between. They are currently studying in the MES department at York University.

“I believe that justice work, grief work and connecting to the sacred are all act of care and I strive to weave these strands together through my art practice. Through sewing, quilting, dyeing, ritual tending, holding space for grief, prayer, arts facilitation, community organizing and activism, I aspire to create containers of loving accountability, networks of care, and connective relationships.”