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Pam Palmater | The RCMP, and federal and provincial governments have known about the long-standing and widespread problems of racism, misogyny, homophobia and violence within the RCMP for many decades.
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Maya Bhullar | Tools to dig into the details behind the conflict and support the enforcement of treaty rights.
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The Toronto Star building, photographed in 2010. (Image: petmutt/Flickr)
John Miller | The majority of the Star newsroom publicly spoke out against columnist Rosie DiManno.
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Joe Masoodi | Uncovering the silent role that surveillance technologies play in structural racism and police brutality must be an important part of conversations about policing.
Blog
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David Suzuki | Unresponsive environmental policies systematically result in concentration of pollution risks -- and inadequate access to environmental benefits -- in disadvantaged Canadian communities.
News
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Karl Nerenberg | The NDP leader told reporters he does not believe he owes Therrien an apology, and that both the hand gesture and the act of turning thumbs down on the RCMP-related motion were racist behaviours.
Podcast
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Scott Neigh | Justin Kong of the Chinese Canadian National Council Toronto Chapter talks about organizing with workers in Chinese grocery stores, and about doing so in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Sunera Thobani | The COVID-19 crisis reveals how unreliable and unprepared key institutions remain in the face of potentially unmitigated -- but foreseeable -- disaster.
Podcast
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Scott Neigh | Imtiaz Popat talks about his wide range of activism and organizing in Vancouver against racism, homophobia, and an entire spectrum of intersecting oppressions and bigotries.
Podcast
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Face2Face | Jaren Hayman and Garry James talk to David Peck about their controversial film exploring racism in what has been called one of the biggest trafficking hubs in the country.
Podcast
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Scott Neigh | Karen Cocq talks about the work of the Migrant Rights Network to fight racism and xenophobia during the federal election campaign and beyond.
Blog
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John Miller | One unaddressed problem is that the Sun and Postmedia do not publish their journalistic standards, even though every other major news organization in Canada does.