Having lived in both Canada and the U.S., columnist Peter Uduehi writes that Canadians don’t like to talk about race and racial divisions. What impact does this have on public policy making?View More ‘Colour-Blind’ Approaches to Data Collection Amplifies Marginalization of BIPOC Canadians
Negative expressions using the word ‘black’ reinforces the hurtful and harmful ideas put forward by stereotypes, writes columnist Marcus Medford.View More Why Is ‘Black’ Always a Bad Thing?
The final four candidates vying for the leadership of Conservative Party of Canada traded barbs during separate English and French debates this past week.View More Conservative Party Candidates Address Racism, COVID-19
Four decades into his Canadian journey, columnist Mohamed Hammoud reflects on his early attempts to fit in, the racism he encountered and recent experiences as a candidate in the 2019 federal election.View More Confronting Racism in Canada Will be a Messy — but Necessary — Process
Why have many brown, and other light-skinned immigrants, been conspicuously absent from the anti-Black racism protests taking place in cities and towns around the globe?View More Anti-Black Racism Protests Should Prompt Introspection for South Asians
The last time anybody studied the demographics of Canadian newsrooms was in 2004. It showed that only 3.4 per cent of reporters were non-white, writes the author of the study, editor and academic John MillerView More Canadian Media Incapable of Covering Race
Racism exists in Canada – but it looks and feels different than that found in the United States, writes Peter Uduehi.View More Canada Has Its Own Brand of Racism
Blackface in the 1820s involved minstrels using exaggerated accents, malapropisms and outlandish clothes to ridicule black people.View More Dear Trudeau, I’m Not Mad, Just Disappointed