Apologies merely acknowledge the problem, writes Toronto-based writer Marcus Medford, the action that follows is more important.
Anti-lockdown and anti-vaccine protesters have been getting a lot of airplay in newsrooms, thereby fanning the flames of misinformation and driving the
“The #CancelCanadaDay conversation isn’t a referendum on whether or not Canada is a good place to live. It’s about acknowledging the fact
The fact that Derek Chauvin, a white police officer, was found guilty of murdering George Floyd, an unarmed Black man, should be
To survive in Toronto’s Little Jamaica, businesses need to outlast COVID-19 and LRT construction which has already dragged on for nearly a
Columnist Marcus Medford writes on how privilege intersects with protests and what it means to fight for your rights.
Marcus Medford shares his advice on how to navigate difficult but topical conversations with loved ones this holiday season.
Columnist Marcus Medford writes on Etobicoke restaurant owner's entitled behaviour and decision to open his restaurant for indoor dining despite COVID-19 restrictions.
Hana Shafi's new book Small, Broke, and Kind of Dirty, features affirmations and images related to her own life, racism, feminism and
Negative expressions using the word 'black' reinforces the hurtful and harmful ideas put forward by stereotypes, writes columnist Marcus Medford.