Why are police forces expanding and militarizing while crime is at its lowest in decades?
The reality of an economic order built on white supremacy is the whispered subtext of our entire response to the climate crisis, and it badly needs to be dragged into the light.
There is a tension at the #BlackLivesMatter protests in D.C., not between police and protester, but between grassroots and local activists and the liberal agenda.
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Chris Ramsaroop and Melisa LaRue talk about a grassroots effort to build relationships and solidarity between temporary foreign workers and Canadian workers.
As events in Ferguson and beyond unfold, many Canadians have been quick to distance ourselves from the systemic racism that plagues the U.S. -- but in doing so, overlook anti-Black racism in Canada.
Leigh Anne Tuohy profiles and accosts two black teenagers who were sitting alone and completely minding their own business and gets heralded as a white saviour. Something is wrong here.
A group of Black Torontonians organized a protest in response to the systemic abuse experienced by the Black community. 800 people gathered in downtown Toronto to share their stories and heal.
B.C.'s low-wage workers need a Human Rights Commission. The responsibility for fighting discrimination in the workplace cannot be theirs alone.
In reaction to the recent wave of racist killings by the police, actor Samuel L. Jackson has stepped up with a new viral challenge.
Dec 5, 2014 to Dec 10, 2014
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Panel for International Human Rights Day to discuss the 2014 Municipal Election from a Human Rights perspective.