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Unveiling of mural of Daisy Sweeney in Montreal's Little Burgundy neighbourhood, 2018. Image credit: Karl Nerenberg/rabble.ca
Karl Nerenberg | A new Heritage Minute marking Black History Month puts the spotlight on jazz pianist Oscar Peterson. Before he rose to prominence, the musician had an important early mentor: his sister Daisy.
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Sharmarke Dubow | Every February, people across the country celebrate the contributions of Black Canadians, both past and present. Black Canada is diverse and we all have a tale to tell.
Columnists
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June Chua | Edmonton's Youth Poet Laureate and multidisciplinary artist Nasra Adem explores personal truths in their first book of poetry.
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June Chua | Tangled Art Gallery in Toronto is opening its first-ever installation, featuring the work of local artist Gloria Swain and focusing on her experience as a Black woman in the mental health system.
Podcast
Raoul Peck on Class Economics, "I Am Not Our Negro" and White Privilege.
Face2Face | Raoul and I talk about white privilege, consumerism and class economics, apathy and ignorance and how most issues are not about guilt, but about "knowing."
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Redeye Collective | In his recent book, Tom Slee delivers a sharp critique of technology companies like Airbnb and Uber, arguing that these businesses damage rather than serve the interests of communities.
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Photo by Rebel Sage; Black Lives Matter Toronto protester at Nov 2014 demonstrat
Alyse Kotyk | The Black Lives Matter Toronto protest turned violent Monday night as police attempted to shut down the demonstration. Protesters remain camped out and are in need of support and supplies.
Book Review
Daniel Tseghay | Are our interactions with people influenced by the inner workings of our mind? Are we biologically predisposed to discrimination? Daniel Tseghay disagrees with the new book Deep Diversity. Big time.
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Muna Mire | Muna Mire spoke with student organizers at the University of Guelph who have been at the centre of the Canadian #BlackOnCampus movement to find out what the fight looks like on Canadian campuses.
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Megan Devlin | Activists from Vancouver's Black community urge city council to acknowledge their past wrongdoings when the city's historic Black community was forced out by the viaducts' construction.
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Thomas Saczkowski | Carding practices continue to be a contentious issue because of the amount of data being collected and the discrimination against racialized populations. What can and should be done about carding?
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A. Splawinski | Why are Black Lives Matter movements occurring in Toronto and who is leading this movement in Canada? Find this out and more about the future of the movement here.