The fact that Derek Chauvin, a white police officer, was found guilty of murdering George Floyd, an unarmed Black man, should be considered a victory, but there lies a long, difficult road ahead, writes Marcus Medford.View More Don’t Hold Your Breath: Thoughts on the Derek Chauvin Trial
Black and racialised youth can get help in their dealings with Police through a program called Ounce of Prevention (OZ), which is funded by Public Safety Canada.View More OZ Program Helps Keep Black Youth Out of Criminal Justice System
Racism is alive and well in Canada. Admitting there is a problem is an important first step. What matters now is how we decide to collectively address the problem to build a better country, writes Raul PintoView More It’s Not On Me, It’s On You
Now is the time to have honest and difficult conversations about Anti-Black racism in Canada, writes columnist Marcus Medford.View More If Not Now, Then When?
A little bit of racism is okay seems to be the message coming out of the runaway success that is Black Panther. Let’s all admit this is a great movie, a testament to a first…View More Let’s Temper the Gaga over Black Panther
Where to begin? With the too-soon deaths of three young black men killed in separate incidents within a week last month? Or with last Monday’s announcement the provincial government is restructuring — which is to…View More Nova Scotia Has A Race Problem
A campaign to collect books and other resources to enhance educational opportunities for black children in Toronto is gaining support, while the Black Lives Matter Toronto continues to challenge anti-Black racism in the city. A book drive took…View More Freedom School: Educating Youth on Black Liberation