Racialized women in Ontario face a double-whammy of sexism and racial discrimination, making them more likely to live in poverty, face barriers to finding work, and receive less pay for their work.
Listen to supporters of the No Bill 94 campaign speak out against the proposed ban of the niqab by the Quebec government.
In this week's Not Rex rabbletv commentary, Muriel suggests the government tactic of getting Canadians to go to war hasn't changed for generations.
The state of Arizona recently passed a law allowing authorities to stop anyone they suspect of being an "illegal alien" and ask for proof of citizenship.
Before Immigration Canada imposed a visa requirement on the Czech Republic, 85% of Roma refugee claims were accepted. Now that has gone down to almost zero. We speak with Bill Bila in Toronto.
Right-wing and far-right parties made significant gains in Hungary's recent national election. This rise in support has coincided with an increase in violence against Roma people.
An anti-immigrant bill was signed into law this week. Arizona Senate Bill 1070 empowers state and local law enforcement to stop, question and arrest whoever they suspect may not be in state legally.
Toronto's queer and trans black community mobilize to demand fair treatment from the Pride Toronto executive.
The international media's depiction of recent South African events is limited and irresponsible, and doesn't reflect the true realities of the Rainbow Nation.
Apr 3, 2010
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Neoliberalism and education, a day of discussion and exploration - a free event open to the public.