Following years of denial, Barrick Gold is implementing a remedy program for victims of rape by employees of its Porgera Joint Venture mine in Papua New Guinea.
King was killed just weeks before the Poor People's Campaign was set to launch, in Memphis, Tennessee where he was supporting striking public sanitation workers.
In the Harper government, First Nations face a tough negotiating partner. A huge groundswell of non-native support for Idle No More will remind Stephen Harper that this movement is not going away.
Theorist Frantz Fanon's work "Black Skin, White Masks" has been influential to the fields of cultural studies and postmodern postcolonial theory since the 1990s.
The song "Forever" asks the question, "How can we forget?" How can we forget those who came before us in the struggle for civil rights? How can we forget the unsung heroes?
Mar 12, 2012
St. Paul's University Ottawa , ON
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Glenn Greenwald, the noted author and civil rights columnist speaks about most recent book "With Liberty and Justice for Some".
On This Day
On March 15, 1997, the Collective Opposed to Police Brutality in Montreal held the first day against police brutality.
Has US Homeland Security achieved its Manifest Destiny? The implications of the new border agreement between the U.S. and Canada go far beyond just trade efficiency.
This guide will go over how to submit an access to information request, specifically for prisoners
Aladàr Horvàth, chair of the Roma Civil Rights Foundation in Hungary, provides an overview of the socio-political landscape in Hungary that has brought so many Roma to Canada seeking refugee status.