Research found that police officers killed more than 30,000 people from 1980 to 2018 – 17,000 more than official federal data suggests.
We’re launching the second season of Don’t Call Me Resilient, our podcast that takes on systemic racism and the ways it permeates our everyday lives.
Theatre and performing arts practitioners, organizations and educators in Victoria and Regina are partnering to create opportunities for BIPOC artists and cultural administrators.
Being Canada’s next governor general will be Mary Simon’s most challenging diplomatic mission yet.
Medical innovations paired with innovative programs to get them to Black, Indigenous and Hispanic Americans can help close the health inequality gap.
Green spaces can be part of the plan to ‘build back better’ after COVID-19. But city officials and policy-makers must address systemic racism for urban green spaces to benefit public health.
A commitment to eliminating racism must be reflected in accountability mechanisms that focus on the impacts of coordinated and consistent anti-racist action.
Social inequalities worsen storm damage and challenge disaster recovery, increasing class divides over time.
Just as BLM is forcing a reckoning with systemic racism, there is new attention being paid to the origins of the Palestinians’ struggles.
A documentary series aimed to spark national conversation about criminalising coercive control. However, it highlighted power imbalances in conversations between Indigenous and non-Indigenous women.
As the conversation about race and diversity becomes more common, why haven’t we updated our census to reflect that?
It took black folk unimaginable resources of creativity, humanity, humour and generosity to detoxify the N-word for their own collective sanity.
Workplace bullying and harassment has many guises. Sometimes, it is gendered. Sometimes it is racist. For women of colour, it’s often both.
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.