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Raluca Bejan | The presumption that there is a universal, global process of racial formation is conceptually and historically flawed.
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Bashir Mohamed, BLM Edmonton (Image: David Climenhaga)
David J. Climenhaga | Carding ignores the principles of natural justice. It flies in the face of due process. It's almost certain to be ruled by the courts to be unconstitutional, and therefore illegal.
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Julia-Simone Rutgers | A lack of commitment to prioritizing marginalized voices on campus means racialized students still struggle to find and build community at Canada's universities.
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Sunera Thobani | "You must refrain from thinking controversial thoughts out loud."
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Charlene Sayo | The Brooklyn born and raised photographer shares the stories behind her latest series, "White Shoes," New York's slave trading history and why #BlackLivesMatter.
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J. Baglow | In which police impunity is taken to the next level.
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rabble staff | Vancouver-based artist Kimmortal releases her first album, "Sincerity," a courageous community-based piece delving deep into the facets of life often untouched by dominant culture.
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Jesse McLaren | Jermaine Carby was also unarmed, also shot to death and also criminalized after the fact as justification.
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John Baglow | What just went down in Ferguson is far worse in its way than Jim Crow. Back then, the lines were clearly drawn for all to see. Now everything is blurry.
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Charlene Sayo, Andrew Sayo, Eirene Cloma | Civil rights icon and activist Minnijean Brown Trickey shares her thoughts about the legacy of Little Rock Nine, living in segregated America, and resisting at 73.
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Charlene Sayo, Andrew Sayo, Eirene Cloma | Multi-racial researcher and writer Sharon H. Chang explains why being mixed white doesn't make you white.
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Robert Devet | Haligonians rallied in solidarity with Ferguson protesters today in downtown Halifax, part of a Canada-wide movement. Organizers talk about why it is important to stand in solidarity.