article by Jillian Kestler-D’Amours via aljazeera.com Toronto, Canada – Viola Desmond, a black civil rights leader who led a struggle against anti-black segregation and racism in Canada…

article by Jillian Kestler-D’Amours via aljazeera.com Toronto, Canada – Viola Desmond, a black civil rights leader who led a struggle against anti-black segregation and racism in Canada…

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Top 10 list: How not to respond to Indigenous experiences of racism in Canada By Michelle Reid | September 4, 2013 http://rabble.ca/news/2013/09/top-10-list-how-not-to-respond-to-indigenous-experiences-racism-canada?utm_source=feedburner_medium=feed_campaign=Feed%3A+rabble-news+%28rabble.ca+-+News+for+the+rest+of+us%29#.UieJWJI0wBU.twitter

"Top 10 list: How not to respond to Indigenous experiences of racism in Canada" by Michelle Reid

Racism in Canada finds fertile ground online Joanne St. Lewis case is just one that shows how internet easily spreads racist message

Racism in Canada finds fertile ground online

Racism in Canada finds fertile ground online Joanne St. Lewis case is just one that shows how internet easily spreads racist message

Racism in Canada

Think Racism Isn't a Problem in Canada? Guess Again

It& ironic that I experienced my first serious incident of racism since elementary school at the Canadian institution of Tim Horton&

Racism in Canada finds fertile ground online Joanne St. Lewis case is just one that shows how internet easily spreads racist message

Racism in Canada finds fertile ground online

Racism in Canada finds fertile ground online Joanne St. Lewis case is just one that shows how internet easily spreads racist message

Japanese Internment- On February 19, 1942, soon after the beginning of World War II, Franklin D. Roosevelt signed Executive Order 9066. The evacuation order commenced the round-up of 120,000 Americans of Japanese heritage to one of 10 internment camps—officially called "relocation centers"—in California, Idaho, Utah, Arizona, Wyoming, Colorado, and Arkansas.

Governmental Notice to Japanese Canadians. What happened to Japanese-Americans in the US also happened in Canada to Japanese-Canadians largely due to public pressure.

Canada's racial divide: Confronting racism in our own backyard - The Globe and Mail

Canada's racial divide: Confronting racism in our own backyard Add to ...

A common national narrative holds the country as a bastion of multiculturalism and inclusiveness, especially compared with the United States, but it’s a narrative that glosses over some harsh truths

DemocracyNow! - Clayton Thomas-Muller: Rising Fascism in U.S. Is Emboldening White Supremacists in Canada - Feb 14, 2017 - Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s visit to Washington came just weeks after a Canadian man shot dead six people at the Islamic Cultural Centre of Quebec City. The shooter, Alexandre Bissonnette, was a supporter of Donald Trump and far-right-wing French politician Marine Le Pen. We speak to Clayton Thomas-Muller about the rise of racism in Canada.

Clayton Thomas-Muller: Rising Fascism in U. Is Emboldening White Supremacists in Canada

Told in first-person each one living at a different point in Canada''s vast landscape and history. — such as Miriam, a Warsaw-ghetto survivor, now reunited with her family in Montreal; Wong Joe-on, a Chinese immigrant faces racism in Saskatchewan and Insy, Ojibwe girl first trip to a "white" town in Northern Ontario — young readers will be moved by the opportunities and difficulties that these characters face, as each one ponders what it means to be Canadian, and struggles to fit in.

Dear Canada: Hoping for Home: Stories of Arrival

Hoping for Home: Stories of Arrival Eleven original stories of hope from the authors of the Dear Canada series

Viola Davis Desmond (1914 –1965) was an Black Nova Scotian who was granted a posthumous pardon, the first to be granted in Canada. The gov't of Nova Scotia also apologized for convicting her for tax evasion, when, in fact, she was resisting a "whites only" discrimination policy in a movie theatre in 1946. Desmond's story was one of the most publicized incidents of racial discrimination in Canadian history. Desmond acted 9 yrs before the famed incident by civil-rights activist Rosa Parks.

Viola Davis Desmond was an Black Nova Scotian who was granted a posthumous pardon, the first to be granted in Canada. The gov't of Nova Scotia also apologized for convicting her for tax evasion, when, in fact, she was resisting a "whites only

Love a good video? Plug in for this one. Racism in Canada! Halifax Racism is Like the 60s! WLHH Ep 10  Guest Cahzmere https://youtube.com/watch?v=E9q_I_m20_c

Love a good video? Plug in for this one. Racism in Canada! Halifax Racism is Like the 60s! WLHH Ep 10 Guest Cahzmere https://youtube.com/watch?v=E9q_I_m20_c

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