Blog
J. Baglow | Nothing has been resolved in Ferguson -- or in the rest of a deeply racist America. What is to be done?
Blog
J. Baglow | It's a familiar scenario. A black kid is gunned down by the forces of law and order. And his character, not the killing, becomes the story.
Columnists
Amy Goodman | Another mass murder, another shooting spree, leaving bodies bullet-riddled by a legally obtained weapon. This time, it was Wisconsin, at a Sikh temple, as people gathered for their weekly worship.
Columnists
Amy Goodman | Perhaps, if sane laws on gun control, including the ban on high- capacity magazines, were in place, many in Aurora who are now dead or seriously injured would be alive and well today.
Blog
Syed Hussan | Ontario just gave Toronto Police $5 million and the provincial police $7.5 million to "combat gun violence," the money directly going into a program called TAVIS.
News
A recent town hall drew attention to the need for jobs and services for Scarborough. (Photo: HiMY SYeD / photopia)
Evan Johnston | As Toronto has begun to reflect on this terrible tragedy, a racist discourse has emerged in the public discussion of the event, with social media buzzing with various forms of victim blaming.
Podcast
Muna Mire | An audio commentary examining the way that violence is framed in the media and elsewhere, focusing specifically on two incidents of violence that occurred in June 2012 in Toronto.
News
Coalition for Gun Control | Police, safety and suicide prevention experts and victims of gun violence are outraged at the government's introduction of Bill C-19.