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Anti-Racism

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Apr 26, 2010

Sexist Bill C-3 is racist and fatally flawed

Shelagh Day and Joyce Green
After decades of struggle in the attempt to secure rights for First Nations women who marry "off" and lose their status, and this legacy for their children, the Harper government has blown it.
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Apr 23, 2010
Stephen Harper's Conservative government doesn't tolerate any criticism, constructive or otherwise, of our military's role in Afghanistan. Lalo Espejo takes a closer look.

Not Rex: On Afghan detainees

rabbleTV
Stephen Harper's Conservative government doesn't tolerate any criticism, constructive or otherwise, of our military's role in Afghanistan. Lalo Espejo takes a closer look.
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Confronting Racism Raises Self-Esteem

 

Interesting, not surprising, but really helpful information here.

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How people choose to cope with personal experiences of racism influences the distress caused by the encounter, says a new study of Filipino Americans. The study finds that denying or ignoring racial discrimination leads to greater psychological distress, including anxiety and depression, and lowers self-esteem.

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Apr 13, 2010
The campus of the First Nations University of Canada. Photo: Stephen LaRose.

The tragedy of the First Nations University of Canada

Stephen LaRose
Opened with high hopes and fanfare as a college 34 years ago, the institution that became the FNUC has seen five years of troubles that will hurt its students more than anyone else.
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Apr 13, 2010
Participants at FNUC's annual pow-wow, March 28 at the Brandt Centre, Regina. Photo: Stephen LaRose.

The tragedy of the First Nations University of Canada

Stephen LaRose
Opened with high hopes and fanfare as a college 34 years ago, the institution that became the FNUC has seen five years of troubles that will hurt its students more than anyone else.
News
Apr 10, 2010

Alberta First Nations take legal stand on oil sands

rabble staff
Two more Alberta First Nations are seeking the assistance of the Supreme Court of Canada in defending their Aboriginal and Treaty rights in the face of mounting oil sands development in Alberta.
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Apr 9, 2010
A stunning documentary chronicles the efforts of American lawyers trying to take the soft drink giant to court over the killings of 10 union leaders in Columbia.

Coca-Cola doc chronicles a bitter battle

June Chua
A stunning documentary chronicles the efforts of American lawyers trying to take the soft drink giant to court over the killings of 10 union leaders in Columbia.

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