In the wake of anti-Asian violence in North America, we need to demand accountability and not just stop after performing mental health check-ins.
Narratives that historicize colonialism are not new. Canadians and our leaders have a long history of denying our settler colonial present.
The quest for significance and respect is a universal part of human nature. It has the potential to inspire great works – but lately, it has been much in evidence tearing society apart.
Transcript of Don't Call Me Resilient, Episode 3.
Carl James and Kulsoom Anwer discuss the injustices and inequalities in the Canadian education system.
Some people wonder what they can do to support Black colleagues and junior employees who face institutional discrimination at work and elsewhere.
Racism affects health and often leads to early death. We now know in greater and more alarming detail how this happens.
Participants in our study — all highly skilled Black African professionals — reported feeling work was a site of constant surveillance and scrutiny, where their competence was often questioned.
Witnessing their children's experiences of racism was particularly difficult, parents reported.
Joyce’s Principle seeks to shift the way health services are provided to Indigenous communities and ensure they are free of discrimination.
Racial, ethnic and class inequities regarding gifted and talented services are found in most school districts.
A strong identity as a scientist is crucial for girls to succeed in STEM fields such as computer science. Are educators recognizing and rewarding the right behaviors?
Just as women were unseen until recently, due to institutional sexism, as appropriate candidates for board positions, racialized Canadians are also dismissed due to institutional racism.
The economic status of Black Americans hasn't changed since the Fed was handed its mandate in 1977. Could targeting Black unemployment, encouraging credit and reporting discrepancies narrow the gap?
It's no wonder some Indigenous Australians are concerned about receiving different treatment in hospital.
Québec's schools operate in a model of inter-culturalism, while schools across Canada are shaped by the vision of multiculturalism. Neither approach critically addresses racism.
If Ontario's de-streaming of high schools isn't accompanied with other efforts to address cultural norms and values, streaming in many other forms and guises will continue.
There are, scientifically, no human races. How did race come to have this power and this durability?
We have seen our ability to act in alignment with public health measures during the pandemic. People's everyday actions could also make a difference in addressing systemic injustice.
How much further study is required and how many witnesses need to be called to establish the reality of the violence of racism?