Kinesis has now been officially digitized by UBC Library Digital Collections
It can be accessed at:
"The long awaited digitization of Kinesis and its on-line access locally, nationally and globally especially by feminist, social movement and social media activists and scholars provides a necessary historical landscape of solidarities, junctures, and contradictions within the feminist movement in Canada. We hope that the academic and activists communities will draw on this digitized archive to revisit pivotal histories of feminist engagements which interrogate and inform current and future relations in social movements. Kinesis is an excellent resource for those who teach, work and organize on feminism, social movement, Indigeneity, social policy, history, critical race, sociology, journalism, queerness, and intersectionality."
Benita Bunjun currently teaches in the UBC Institute of Gender, Race, Sexuality, and Social Justice, and it a SFU Postdoctoral Fellow at the Centre for Gender, Social Inequities and Mental Health. She is also a Coordinating Collective (Board) Member and past staff of Vancouver Status of Women.
No log in is needed and it can be accessed anywhere in the world with internet access.
The system is quite amazing as it allows you to search throughout all the issues as well as within each issue.
So if you contributed to Kinesis, you can easily search your name or those articles you were part of.