You're never too young to challenge white supremacy!
Andrew Scheer says he understands why some Canadians are “confused” by the PM’s actions.
Francois Legault's stance that systemic racism doesn't exist in Quebec is being rejected and called out by protesters.
The issue isn’t really about the prime minister. It is about the price we pay for speaking up about racism.
The government pledged $45 million to develop a national anti-racism strategy.
'Truth and reconciliation begins with truth telling'
What is shocking is how many white folks are trying to distance themselves from the problem instead of being part of the solution.
People talking about it is a good thing, they say.
Racism has been used for centuries to divide and conquer working people. Today, "systemic racism" is an institutionalized feature of society, throwing up barriers to racialized workers and families in every community. All of our institutions and cultural norms are touched by its impact.
In the year 2017, all of us need to reach out to our families and neighbours who feel uneasy about the changing world, and patiently challenge prejudice or intolerance whenever it appears. If the worst happens south of the border and the drums of war and belligerence beat more loudly, the future of the world will be at risk.