At a time when politicians across the country are debating how slavery in the US is taught, high school students are participating in mock slave auctions that are having severe consequences
Whereas the first ‘Black Panther’ film celebrated an array of African cultures, the follow-up seeks to also highlight the rich legacy of Mesoamerican cultures destroyed by colonial conquest.
A different future will not be possible without reverence, respect, reciprocity and responsibility towards the Earth. On this issue, Indigenous Peoples have a lot to share.
In Tanzania, only 2% of people born with albinism will live to the age of 40.
Headlines about pickleball’s exploding popularity abound. But the less visible social undercurrents of an emerging sport ultimately shape its long-term future.
Join us for Season 4 of Don’t Call Me Resilient from The Conversation Canada.
Black vampires have existed for 200 years in literature.
A scholar of law and humanities compares bans on dogs with any pit bull genes to “one drop” laws that once classified people with even a single Black ancestor as Black.
Reducing air pollution from cars and light trucks would pay big health dividends for low-income and minority communities. A new survey shows how to get more drivers of color into electric vehicles.
A social work scholar researches why school suspensions disproportionately affect students from certain groups and what can be done to change that.
Digital activists are targeted for their work on intersectional issues. But they have developed strategies to deal with online and offline hate.
In the Copperbelt the category of ‘expatriate’ recreated a dual wage structure that still persists.
AP teachers could find themselves at odds with laws that restrict how they can teach about racism in America’s past.
At the time, Gallup polls showed that fewer than 20% of Americans approved of interracial marriage.
As a political tool with a long history and dubious boundaries, whiteness – by its very fluidity – fosters violence.
France may be getting closer to legalizing cannabis. Still, arrests are rising quickly and often target Arab Muslim men.
What does it mean to be a settler of colour in Canada? Has the symbolism of the Canadian flag changed since the Ottawa convoy?
Universal schemes aimed at classifying populations by ‘race’ or ‘ethnicity’ can force us into a game of competing for better positions within a racial hierarchy.
In today’s episode of Don’t Call Me Resilient, we speak with two Canadian educators who explain how using critical race theory in their classrooms helps both students and teachers.
This is not a drastic approach or a political agenda, but a call to open up spaces for conversations about racism, about whiteness, about race with white people listening and not centring themselves.