Canadian torture survivor Omar Khadr has been forced to surf the wild wave of Canadian racism and white fragility that marks so much of the gloating Canada 150 party.
This goes well beyond a slip; it's a conceit with a useful history in disparaging Indigenous claims.
The cultural appropriation prize that circulated on Twitter this week is evidence of how far Canadian media still has to go.
Activism and journalism don't mix, he's told. So he chooses activism.
I’ll be the first to tell you that it’s simply too simple to blame one man for a cultural legacy of racism against Indigenous communities
50 years later, as Trump radically increases the Pentagon budget and guts social programs and the State Department, King’s “Beyond Vietnam” speech remains chillingly relevant.
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Delores Stevenson talks about seeking justice for her niece Nadine Machiskinic, an Indigenous woman killed under suspicious circumstances in Regina.
The world won't change just with positive emotions. We need a comprehensive plan to address these troubling times.
Mainstream feminism espouses to speak for and on behalf of all women, but essentially speaks for and on behalf of white, middle-class, cis-gendered and able-bodied women.
A co-founder of Black Lives Matter-Toronto has attracted some criticism recently for comments she has made. Maybe it's time to criticize the critics.